Colorado Association of REALTORS | Pueblo County Remains Strong in Seasonal Cooldown
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Pueblo County Remains Strong in Seasonal Cooldown

Pueblo County Remains Strong in Seasonal Cooldown

As Colorado cools down with the changing of the seasons, typically so does the housing market.   Dave Anderson, a RE/MAX Pueblo West agent spoke with The Pueblo Chieftain offering his professional opinion on the current status of Pueblo County housing market.


“The Pueblo market is still strong, although a low inventory continues to limit growth in sales volume.”


While low inventory does limit growth sales, Pueblo County is still remaining active through the end of summer while other areas of the state are cooling down as typical this time of year.  In Pueblo county 281 single-family homes sold in the month of September resulting in a 17 percent increase in homes sales from September of last year.  New home construction in Pueblo County has picked up momentum from last year with 260 issued permits for building single-family homes through the months of January up to September.  Pending home sales increased 13 percent in September as well.


Despite low inventory and a seasonal cooldown, Pueblo County housing market remains strong and actively growing.


Findings summarized from The Pueblo Chieftain article, “Pueblo County home sales stay hot”

By Dennis Darrow


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