Colorado Springs, CO Housing


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Colorado Springs, CO is a great city to live in with a housing median value of $440,500. Although this is slightly higher than the US median value of $338,100, the appreciation rate for homes in Colorado Springs over the last year was 6.20%, which is still lower than the national average of 8.27%. With its wide range of amenities and vibrant economy, Colorado Springs is an attractive place to invest in property for those looking to buy a home or start a business.

The median home cost in Colorado Springs is $440,500. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 138.9%. Home Appreciation in Colorado Springs is up 14.0%.

Average Age of Homes
- The median age of Colorado Springs real estate is 34 years old
The Rental Market in Colorado Springs
- Renters make up 38.6% of the Colorado Springs population
- 1.3% of houses and apartments in Colorado Springs, are available to rent

DID YOU KNOW
Buying a home is the biggest single purchase most people make during their lives. The second largest is most often an automobile.

Median Monthly Rent by Number of Bedrooms

   Housing by Year Built

  HousingColorado Springs, ColoradoUnited States
  197,571.0139,647,020.0
  3642
  $440,500$338,100
  14.0%16.6%
  76.5%57.0%
  138.9%101.1%
  $4.28$10.98
  $1,388$2,690
  58.2%57.4%
  4.5%11.2%
  37.3%31.4%
  Vacant Housing
  1.3%1.9%
  0.3%0.4%
  0.5%0.7%
  0.2%0.4%
  0.6%3.6%
  1.6%4.1%
  Value of Owner-Occupied Housing
  1.7%2.6%
  1.0%2.4%
  0.7%2.8%
  0.5%3.9%
  0.8%4.5%
  3.7%11.3%
  7.3%13.0%
  28.1%20.1%
  26.0%13.6%
  14.7%8.3%
  11.3%9.7%
  2.9%3.9%
  0.8%2.2%
  0.1%0.8%
  0.4%1.1%
  Housing Units by Year Structure Built
  0.3%0.2%
  14.7%13.6%
  14.7%13.6%
  15.4%13.6%
  18.9%13.2%
  17.2%14.8%
  15.4%13.6%
  7.0%10.0%
  2.0%4.7%
  5.5%12.2%
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Moved here from san diego. All expenses went up with exception to gas. San diego may not have an affordable housing market, but with all others equal san diego is still  More

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Moved here in the summer from one of the hottest places on earth and my quality of life has gone up dramatically. I can walk outside, there are enormous mountains to  More

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I have been in COS on and off for a couple years, finally making the permanent move several months ago. I have lived in Philly, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and Charlotte,  More

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