April real estate activity shows improvement | PostIndependent.com

April real estate activity shows improvement

Garfield County real estate activity was up again in April, as compared to last year. This makes April the second consecutive month of 2010 to post an increase in both transaction and dollar volume.

Dollar volume for the month totaled $21.9 million, up 6 percent from April 2009’s total of $20.7 million.

In addition, transactions totaled 63 not only making April the strongest transaction month of the year, but posting an increase of 46.5 percent from April 2009’s 43. Through the month of April, the county has reported $70.2 million in dollars, which is up nearly 13 percent from the same time period last year. Transaction totals through April total 191, which is an increase of 19.4 percent from 2009.

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