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Real Estate Highlights

Data compliments of Land Title Guarantee CompanyGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Garfield County real estate is continuing to defy the trends of the rest of the country, reporting a dollar volume increase over last April of 47%. Total dollar volume was at $98.4 million compared to $66.9 million in 2006. Garfield County also showed an increase in number of transactions with a total of 244 over last years 211 a 15.6% increase. Comparing year-to-date numbers to the previous year we are showing a 35.4% increase in volume, $337 million to $249 million as of April 2006. As well we are at an 18.7% year-to-date increase in transactions with 856 compared to 721 as of this same time last year.The median home prices are continuing to go against the national trend as well in Garfield County reporting a median sale price for the month of April in the low $300’s way above the national which continues to hover in the low $200’s. April Highlights:• Carbondale leads the county with the highest dollar volume at $30.5 million, attributing to almost 31% of the total volume. • Carbondale also reports the highest number of transactions at 55.• Glenwood Springs reported just below Carbondale with a total volume of $18.3 million and number of transactions at 50.• 65 vacant land transactions took place, totaling over $14.3 million at an average sales price of $220,683.• 125 single family homes sold throughout the county producing an average sales price of $473,202 countywide. • Median residential sales prices for the month of April reported as follows:Carbondale – $502,300Glenwood Springs $362,000New Castle $331,800Silt $314,500Rifle $281,000Parachute $238,900Battlement Mesa $189,800


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