Colorado Association of REALTORS | Post Independent: Parachute, Battlement Mesa developments could help with county-wide housing shortage
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Post Independent: Parachute, Battlement Mesa developments could help with county-wide housing shortage

Jul 14 2021

Post Independent: Parachute, Battlement Mesa developments could help with county-wide housing shortage

But what is more concrete is that both Battlement Mesa and the town of Parachute do in fact have enough open space to fit the needs of the tight housing market of Garfield County.

In most of Garfield County, the chances of finding a single-family home for less than $500,000 are slim to none. Latest data from the Colorado Realtors Association, in fact, show average sales price for a single-family home in the county at $577,500 — a 37% increase from the year prior.

Click here to read more on the Post Independent.

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