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Colorado Springs is second only to Denver as Colorado's most populous and widespread area. It's home to countless business enterprises, thousands of households, and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Colorado College. And as a large metropolitan city with hundreds of listings in locations that are as diverse as the landscape itself, COhomefinder is at your Colorado Springs relocation service, guiding you and organizing your search through Colorado Springs neighborhoods, Colorado Springs streets, new Colorado Springs listings, price-reduced Colorado Springs real estate, and much, much more. All at your convenience, from wherever you are, at no cost to you.
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Central Colorado Springs consists of many unique homes built at the turn of the century, and also homes that were built as late as the 1960s. Most homes in the Northeast, East, and Southeast were built between the 60s and the 90s, with the average price per square foot in these areas falling between $95-$115, with the Southeast being one of the least expensive areas in the city locals know as "the Springs." If you're looking for a Colorado Springs home built during a specific year, you'll be happy to know that COhomefinder has saved you hours by sorting Colorado Springs homes on the MLS by the year these homes were built .
Whatever your homebuying needs or criteria are, when surveying the Colorado Springs market, you'll notice that COhomefinder has made your job as easy as possible. We've taken much of the guesswork out of home buying by categorizing listings in a way that makes sense to today's discriminating home shopper. There are Google maps with satellite imagery, a Colorado Springs listings blog, an e-mail alert system that notifies you with the freshest Colorado Springs listings based on your own personal preferences, and countless other online and face-to-face services, including the opportunity to see your favorites in person with a licensed Colorado Springs REALTOR-- an expert in the Colorado Springs market.
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Through our state of the art technology that we've spent improving and perfecting since its inception, we've made browsing Colorado Springs homes and properties a breeze by sorting, categorizing, and displaying Colorado Springs listings in a way that makes sense to discriminating homebuyers. Take Colorado Springs neighborhoods for example. Here are just a few of the more popular, active neighborhoods in the Colorado Springs MLS that you can browse anytime, from anywhere, at COhomefinder. No registration or sign-up necessary.
University Village --Just a few miles from the University of Colorado, with easy access to I-25 and hwy 83, a collection of ranch and multi-story single-family homes priced in the 200s and built after 2000.
Longview Estates --New custom homes with generous square footage inside, acreage outside, with Pikes Peak views and zoned for horses.
Forest Meadows --Brand new tri-level single-family homes with about 2,000 square feet on the northeast end of town, near the US Air Force Academy and the towns of La Foret and Black Forest.
Walden Preserve --Brand new custom, luxury homes, some with private ponds and lots of open space. Many of these high-end homes were featured in the Parade of Homes.
Briargate--Complete with homes built in the 70's where new construction is still available, priced at an average of $100-$120 per square foot.
Black Forest and Black Forest Preserve--A prestigious, new, gated community of homes, many with imported luxury finishes, surrounded by the wooded acres of Black Forest.
Tri-Lakes--Just north of the core of Colorado Springs where many custom homes and acreage properties can be found.
Falcon--Land and good-sized single-family homes between Monument and Glen Eagle.
In Summary: Your COhomefinder Compass to Colorado Springs
Northwest, West, Old Colorado City, Manitou Springs and the Southwest are areas that are tucked up against the foothills of Colorado Springs where some of the most high end properties can be found in Colorado Springs. Northgate, Black Forest, and Tri-Lakes are just north of the core of Colorado Springs where many custom homes and acreage properties can be found. Woodland Park & Ute Pass are areas deep into the foothills just west of Colorado Springs where many different properties can be found. Find anything from a cabin to a custom new build in these areas, where acreage is not uncommon. Falcon and Fountain Valley are some of the least expensive areas to live in where the average price per SF is $90-$100. Falcon has a number of acreage properties, while Fountain Valley has all ages of homes including New Builds. Properties go down in price slightly as you travel further east.
If your search for Colorado Springs homes has you looking at properties categorized by location in a different manner, the top five zip codes in Colorado Springs by activity are:
Interested in extending your search to the towns and neighborhoods outside Colorado Springs? Try browsing some of these Colorado Springs neighbors to find southern Colorado listings.
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