Louisville, Colorado Real Estate Market June 2010 Analysis

Louisville is still a top-rated community. Homes are selling quickly in the community, and demanding high market prices, as compared to some other parts of Boulder County.

Many websites will report data, and I’m always happy to report data, as I will here in this post… and there’s more to choosing a home and a community than simply analyzing the price per square foot. You need to get inside a home and decide if it’s right for you. No matter, let’s get you some data, and a tiny bit of analysis.

Another way to get inside the character of a community is to take a look at my neighborhood profiles, and  Boulder business profiles, here on my site. They’re short videos that give you a personal inside view on what our area is all about.

We must also remember that any area you may choose to live in comes with some element of intangible elements which don’t come from paper, numbers, or plain logic.

That’s why I still feel strongly that you need to get out and experience the town and neighborhood where you may be considering a move. Go drive around at different times a day, explore the neighborhoods, … then consider studying the data.

Here’s your data for sold homes in Louisville, Colorado for June 2010:

Call, text, or email me if you want to talk about getting inside one of the homes for sale, OR if you are ready to sell, and want to discuss some unique marketing strategies for attracting the most buyers for your home for sale.

Louisville Sold Single Family Homes June 2010 :

Number Sold: 30 about double what we saw a month or two ago)

Average Sales Price: $490,054

Median Sales Price: $432,000 (decent jump up from last month)

Average Days On Market: 58 (comfortably down from the spring numbers)

Louisville Sold Condos June 2010 :

Number Sold: 6

Average Price: $218,833

Median Price: $184,500

Average Days On Market: 85 (slightly down from this spring)

Even when you find a home you decide will be your next place to live, please don’t get too bogged down in the numbers. Give yourself a chance to ‘feel’ what it may be like to call this home, neighborhood, and town your new home.

Sometimes that compilation of reasonable evaluation of financial investment, balanced with the ‘quality of life’ has a huge impact on what your next home is really worth.

Thinking about buying a new home, or getting ready to sell?

Call, Text, or Email me. I will listen to you.

You may also find  my neighborhood profiles, and  Boulder business profiles informative and useful. They’re both great ways to learn more about what’s going on in Boulder. Call, Text, or Email me today!

Zachary Epps, GRI, ABR, REALTOR®, full-time RE/MAX professional,  and author of the Boulder Real Estate and Neighborhood Guide.

Also, I’m never too busy for your referrals.  As a real estate professional intent on giving back to the community, my relationship-based approach is exactly what you’ve been looking for in a helpful RE/MAX Professional.

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