September Home Sales for Aurora Colorado

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Real Estate Agent with Aspen Lane Real Estate

Aurora Colorado had another great Month in September!

 

 

Homes Sold - 772

Average Sell Price - $249,834

Total Sf – 2,012

Days on the Market - 17

Price Per Square Foot - $126.81

 

Aurora's average home price decreased $6,444 from August for a 2.51% decrease. This is an increase from 2014 for the same month of $11,748 or 4.93%. Even though we saw a decrease from the previous month the Year to Year Comps still look impressive. These are solid numbers and there is no sign of it changing unless the Fed decides to start raising rates. 

 





If you or you know anyone that are thinking of Selling your Home in 2015 please call me on my Cell Phone at 303-929-1330! Currently with the lack of homes on the Market Sellers are getting TOP DOLLAR with Multiple Offers. 

Please Visit My Website by CLICKING HERE

 

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Belinda Spillman
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Looks like there are still some great deals to be had in Aurora CO.

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Hi Dan - Nice market report for Aurora - looks like there's still a lot of activity and I'm sure the trend line for prices is still facing upward.

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