As you may have read, Colorado Springs was again named one of U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 “Best Places to Live.”  The city also ranks high on the list of the nation’s home price growth markets.   A report  published this spring shows the area’s median home sales price is $285,000. That’s up 43 percent from our pre-recession peak.   Add to that today’s attractive interest rates and stable economy.  What a great time to consider buying a primary residence or vacation home.  Best of all, the Colorado Springs real estate market offers more house for the money than cities like Denver, Austin or San Francisco.

Broadmoor Properties brokers Michael Raedel and Tim Sheridan understand the importance of finding just the right place to call “home.”  They’re also familiar with our many neighborhood and lifestyle options.   From a gorgeous home site with view of the Garden of the Gods to a villa in a secure, maintained community to a magnificent single family residence overlooking the mountains and city below, the choice is yours.  Did you know, for example, that homes in our historic Old Broadmoor or Old North End were among Colorado Springs’ earliest and most sought out communities?  Or that nearby Cheyenne Canon is home to a charming collection of bungalows and custom dwellings – all near some of the area’s finest hiking trails?  Maybe you dream of a contemporary home atop the groomed, gated Kissing Camels — or prefer the stunning vistas from the Broadmoor Resort Community or Peregrine Estates.  These scenic Westside neighborhoods are among the city’s most popular.

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