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Market Conditions in Fort Collins : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 23, 2015
Michael Glist answered:
To get the best answer fro your question, contacting a local agent to provide you with a CMA would be best. This way they can get all the other pertinent information they need since only knowing its a 2 bed place will give you a big range in numbers. ... more
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Thu Jan 8, 2015
Sean Dougherty answered:
What is your question? This is just a link.
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Thu Jan 8, 2015
Sean Dougherty answered:
So, you have answers from one local agent below and two who are from far, far away. I'll give you my professional, local, opinion. Winter is typically when you can purchase a home for the lowest price during the year, only because most folks will not want to sell in the winter, for a variety of reasons. The largest inventory of homes is typically from about April through August, but this is the time when home prices go up, due to demand.

I would be happy to chat with you about the best search strategies. Feel free to give me a call at 970-402-5642 or check my website at www.HawaiianShirtGuy.com for all available properties on the Front Range of Colorado.
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Fri Sep 12, 2014
Justin Slidell answered:
It may appear that way, but homes prices in this area are generally $150/sq ft. for "normal homes" ; however for larger custom homes its ranges from $200-$250/sq ft. sometimes higher since although the size does not increase the craftsmanship may be largely superior to a "track home" in the $200-$300's. All in all given the desirable area of northern Colorado, homes prices are still reasonable compared to inflated home prices in other "desirable" areas. Yes you can get twice the home for the price in Huston TX, but your living in Houston TX, just like a 2000/sq ft home that needs work in Orange County CA (where i moved from) will run you about $600,000. ... more
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
shelly sparks asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000057443/The-Trails-At-Timberline-2451-S-Timberline-Rd-Fort-Collins-CO-80525/?ecampaign=con_day_rentalpropertycomp_…
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Wed Jan 8, 2014
The April Neuhaus Team answered:
A few more details would be helpful to be able to give you an accurate answer.

1. Are you referring to lots within the town city limits or acreages along the outskirts?
2. How large of a parcel are you considering and curious about?
3. What would the allowed use/zoning need to be for this land that you would be moving your business too?

After getting this additional information I would be in a better position to let you know what the market has been doing in that specific area.

As a side note - if you are thinking of relocating to the Fort Collins area, it is a FANTASTIC place to live with a large percentage of wonderful restaurants - higher than average per capita - as well as having abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. I've lived here over 30 years and absolutely love the Front Range.

Thanks and have a great rest of your week.


Kindest Regards,
April Neuhaus
Managing Broker - Neuhaus Real Estate, Inc.
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Tue Nov 19, 2013
Barbara Imes answered:
What time period would you like? 2013? Quarterly? Monthly?
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Mon Aug 5, 2013
Rick Lesquier answered:
The lot lease covers the use of the community amenities like a pool and club house. It works the same as a lot lease in a mobile home park or HOA for a Patio home.

You would own the structure but not the land it sits on. Lawn care may or may not be included depending on the community.

The property you inquired about is in Sunflower subdivision which is a 55 year and older gated retirement community.

Give me a call or send me an email if you have any further questions.

Rick Lesquier
Remax Eagle Rock
970-481-0157
RickL@remax.net
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Fri Aug 2, 2013
Ben Blonder answered:
Todd you are ON IT! Nicely done sir.
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Wed Jul 24, 2013
Ben Blonder answered:
Sold for $228,100 as Todd mentioned. I can also give you an idea of what they owe against the place if that would be helpful. Let me know!

Ben
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Mon Jan 21, 2013
Jennifer Kelly answered:
We have a complex that specializes in Short term rentals...carousel properties on Oakridge. Let Kevin know I sent you. A 2 bedroom runs around $1800 a month (the last time I checked). Check out their site at http://www.carouselproperties.com/. Good luck! ... more
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Fri Sep 28, 2012
Denise Staab answered:
Buyer beware!!! If looking at homes on Craigs List please note that sometimes people will post vacate homes that are rental, for sale when they are not for sale. If you have questions or would like to know more about homes available, please give me a call. I would love to set up a site with comes to you through the internet so you can view homes for sell from your own home. ... more
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Mon May 14, 2012
marcus valdez answered:
The Market is really hot right now. Vacancy is very low and rental rates are increasing. There are some great Property Managers in our area Charles.
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Sue Priest answered:
Please let us know which home you mean. We would be happy to pull the information and set up a showing.

Best wishes,
Sue Priest
Avalanche Real Estate
303 548-0643
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Sun Oct 9, 2011
James Orr answered:
I realize that this is an old question, but I've recently been doing analysis of this myself. It is VERY interesting to see how much this varies from neighborhood to neighborhood and by different bedroom configurations.

For example, you can check out some interesting analysis of Fort Collins price per square foot in the charts I made for Ridgewood Hills on my website below.
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Fri Apr 8, 2011
Mike Levy answered:
Hi Mike,

If you end up trying to find a property management company to help you, you should check out this article on my website: "How to Pick a Good Property Management Company" at: http://members.propertymanagers.50interviews.com/how-to-pick-a-good-property-management-company/

Let me know if I can provide any more help.

Regards,
Mike Levy
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Sat Mar 19, 2011
Suz A answered:
Hello Johathan!
I'm sorry you're having this difficulty. I understand your frustration. If you do decided to try another lender, here are a few tips that might help you improve your appraisal.

I've done these chores myself. Under the proactive heading, here are some specific suggestions:
1) Gather up your information and let the appraiser know you are going to provide additional details. Have a page prepared detailing what you had done with your $25,000 in improvements. Receipts are helpful, but don't worry if you don't have those. BTW: If you spent money on something like finishing your basement, that can affect your price. But sorry, the appraisal typically doesn't even come close to matching what you spent.

2) There is a rumor, too, that it helps to have the home in the same shape you would to sell your home. Make any fixes, thoroughly clean the place and leave a lot of lights on. The place should look better now that we're practically into spring. But why take chances if it could mean a better appraisal.

Just an aside: You might want to see what Trulia's market analysis says about Fort Collins.
http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Fort_Collins-Colorado/

You are quite fortunate to live in Fort Collins. It is true that values have held better than the rest of the nation. Boulder must rank right next to your city.

Best,
SuZ
PML of Longmont, CO
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Sat Mar 19, 2011
Allison Klein answered:
Your best bet is to look at public records and see what they have on file for you and then you can get a new appraisal and submit it to your city for review and get it changed. Hope this helps.

Allison Klein
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Tue Jul 28, 2009
Andrea E. Cooperstein answered:
No!! Northern Colorado was recently (two weeks ago) rated as a "stable" market by Fannie Mae!
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Tue Jul 1, 2008
John Friedman answered:
I own a beautiful condo (3bed room) in south Fort Collins and have recently listed it. The rental market is very good. I presently rent it out but would like to unload the property as I live in Denver and I would like to buy a rental property closer to home. Please call me at 303-770-7589. I would like to talk to you.... or email me : jfriedman57@comcast.net

John Friedman
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