Wellington Real Estate

Blog Open Concept, Open Space 7358 Dunes Street, Wellington is a great condition home on the edge of the Park Meadows neighborhood. Open floorplan with a view of the living room and backyard from the kitchen. New carpet throughout, and a newer roof. Big tandem garage with space for a workshop or toys. Well maintained backyard ready for entertaining. Come […]
Blog Modern 2 Story! 3928 Fig Tree Street in Wellington, is a beautiful 2 story home with modern finishes and upgrades. Great floorplan flows in to the upgraded kitchen. Bedrooms are all upstairs with a full master bath. Unfinished basement for future addition of equity. Under contract immediately. Call for your private showing at (970) 673-7285  for more information […]
Blog Bright . Spacious . Fresh . Come see 4336 Carlyle Ln in Wellington, CO! This recently built home is on a great lot with privacy behind. Walk into the grand living room and well-appointed kitchen to experience the very open floorplan. There is an office on the main level if you work from home. Modern colors throughout, large master bedroom with […]
Buyer Tips The Scoop – 3rd Quarter 2019 WELCOME TO “THE SCOOP” Everything You Need to Know About the Northern Colorado Real Estate Market – Produced Quarterly by Windermere Real Estate in Northern Colorado The 10-Year Rhythm As we study 40 years of price appreciation data for Larimer County, an interesting pattern emerges.  We call this pattern the 10-Year Rhythm.  It shows that […]
About the area New Gardner Report!   The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market (which now includes Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Park counties) is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in […]
About the area Tax Time! It’s Tax Time You probably don’t need a reminder that this is tax season. Not only because tax returns are due in two weeks but also because you will soon receive your property tax notification in the mail. Every two years your County re-assesses the value of your property and then sends that new value […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts! The Office As you travel around the Front Range you will notice the following under construction: New Homes New Apartments New Medical Facilities However, you will not notice new office buildings under construction. What gives?  I thought we had a booming economy.  Why no new office buildings? There are a couple of reasons.  First, construction […]
About the area How’s 2019? How’s 2019? A lot of my clients are asking how 2019 is starting off. Here’s one thing we notice… There are more homes to choose from, which is great news for buyers. In January alone 4,821 homes came on the market in Metro Denver. That is a 14% increase compared to one year ago. At […]
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About the area The Gardner Report Check out the latest Gardner Report from Windermere’s Economist Matthew Gardner by clicking the picture below!
About the area The Misery Index Last week at our Market Forecast events, Chief Economist Matthew Gardner shared, among many stats, his famous “Misery Index.” A valuable statistic with a funny title. The Misery Index simply measures inflation plus unemployment. It’s an effective way to look at our Nation’s economy. Today’s Index sits just below 6%. Back in October 2011, it […]
About the area The Scoop Is Here!   Check out our latest quarterly market report, The Scoop! by clicking below. If you have any questions about the data please shoot me an email or give me a call! The Scoop 4th Quarter 2018
About the area 2019 Economic and Housing Forecast Preview 2019 Economic and Housing Forecast  By Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist, Windermere Real Estate  What a year it has been for both for the U.S. economy and the national housing market. After several years of above-average economic and home price growth, 2018 marked the start of a slowdown in the residential real estate market. As the […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts Waiting and Waiting Anytime the market cools off we sometimes hear prospective buyers say “I think I’ll wait for the market to correct, then I’ll buy after prices come way down.” The reality is this… History shows that this wouldn’t be a good strategy. Our go-to source on price appreciation is the Federal Housing Finance Authority […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts – Good Loan News! Good Loan News   Here are two recently-announced pieces of really good news for home buyers.   The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority recently raised the income limit for their down payment assistance program to $115,600.  Now more people can get help with a down payment. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac raised their conforming loan […]
About the area Real Estate Update – The Gardner Report   The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market (which now includes Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Park Counties) is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in […]
About the area 96.3 Miles Per Hour 96.3 Miles Per Hour   Pretend you have been driving on the Interstate at 100 miles per hour. Also, pretend you have been doing that for a long time. Now pretend you slow down to 96.3 miles per hour. How would that feel? Probably just a little slower? 96.3 miles per hour is a 3.7% […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts! FUNdamentals In times of change (like now), it’s valuable to look at the fundamentals of our market. Let’s have some fun with fundamentals… 1.  Our economy is healthy – since 1990, the unemployment rate in Colorado has never been higher than the U.S. unemployment rate.  Ever.  Unemployment in Colorado sits at 2.7% today while the rate across […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts! A History Lesson A History Lesson One of the most common questions we hear from clients is “where do you think interest rates are going?” Virtually all of the experts we follow put rates above 5% going into next year and some see rates approaching 5.5% by the middle of 2019.  What’s certain is that there are economic […]
About the area New Home Starts What’s Starting? Here are some interesting stats from our friends at Metro Study who study new home activity along the Front Range. New home starts are up 14% compared to last year – this is really good news and is helping to relieve the shortage of housing inventory Every product type saw an increase in […]
About the area Friday Fun Facts – Appreciation How We Rank Here’s how the largest Colorado cities rank on the most recent Federal Housing Finance Authority’s quarterly report.  They study the appreciation rate in 245 metropolitan areas all over the country. City                             Rank                […]