Market Report

Colorado Real Estate Market Reports

Real estate markets are always changing. Here you can find updates and explore.

These videos are updated regularly with relevant content to keep you updated and give you a feel of the local markets in Colorado including: Greeley, Loveland, Fort Collins, Johnstown, Windsor, Eaton, and Kersey.

These videos are updated regularly with relevant content to keep you updated and give you a feel of the local markets in Colorado including: Greeley, Loveland, Fort Collins, Johnstown, Windsor, Eaton, and Kersey.

Average Home Sales

Greeley is not necessarily a cheap city to live in, but it is affordable. The medium home cost in Greeley is $294,700, compared to the national average of $231,200, and the Coloradan average of $384,000. The average mortgage amount in Greeley is around $450, with the median rent residing around $371. Buying a property in Greeley is more affordable than many other locations in Colorado.

Cost of Living

Greeley, Colorado landed itself in the Top 10 Affordable Places to Live in 2016, a ranking done by livability.com. Oftentimes the cost of living is analyzed on a scale. On this scale, featured on bestplaces.net, 100 on the scale is the national average. Overall, Greeley rates as 105.9, so a
bit more expensive than other places in the US. Compared to other locations in Colorado, however, Greeley is less expensive. Colorado’s overall rate is 121.1, higher than Greeley’s. The cost of utilities, transportation, groceries and healthcare are all lower than both the national average and the Coloradan average, making Greeley one of the most cost efficient locations to live in Colorado. Compared to the urban locations surrounding Greeley, such as Windsor and Fort Collins, Greeley is much less expensive.