Colorado Association of REALTORS | KUNC: After a Slow Spring, Northern Colorado Sees Surge in Home Sales
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KUNC: After a Slow Spring, Northern Colorado Sees Surge in Home Sales

Jul 13 2020

KUNC: After a Slow Spring, Northern Colorado Sees Surge in Home Sales

Home sales in northern Colorado took off in June after the easing of coronavirus-related restrictions on the real estate market, with homes in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley selling at a record pace.

“The buyers didn’t go away (earlier this year),” Fort Collins-area REALTOR® Chris Hardy told KUNC. “They were on intermission.”

However, Hardy acknowledge some homeowners have been slow to put their homes on the market.

“People who were thinking about selling this year may be thinking ‘Let’s just stay put for a while,’” he added.

Fort Collins-area REALTOR Kate Mansouri said, “June was like drinking from a firehose.”

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