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Ups and Downs in Garfield County Market

Aug 24 2022

Ups and Downs in Garfield County Market

“If you want to sell your house, it’s still a great market to do that. It’s still a seller’s market,” said Erin Bassett, CAR Spokesperson from the Glenwood Springs Association of REALTORS®. However, the Garfield County real estate market is riding the real estate roller coaster. When looking at CAR Market Trends over the last three months, the county’s single-family home price is up 28.8% since May 2021, and since June 2021, it is up 23.3%. July shows a sharp dive to 3.2% below 2021 prices. Conversely, townhomes and condos sale prices are up 5% between May and June 2021. For July, that number crested at 24.1% over July 2021 prices.

https://www.aspentimes.com/news/garfield-county-housing-markets-fever-starting-to-break-after-pandemic-surge/

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