Woodland Park had one of the strongest years in the MLS. Average price was up a healthy, Denver-esque 11.8% and the average asking price was up more than $100,000 compared to the year prior. Sales probability is typically lower in Woodland Park due to the number of variables, but even time on market in 2016 was close to half of what it was in 2015.
Standard Disclaimer: The Where to Buy Project is an Annual Creation of WelcomeWest.com for Selley Group Real Estate. It uses data extracted from the Pikes Peak RSC Multiple Listing system for the previous calendar year and compares it to the prior calendar year. For the 2017 report, the effective data range is January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2016. The information is then visualized and comprehended using Focus1st.com Pricing Software. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.
How to Use The Where to Buy Project: For a resource guide on how to better comprehend the Focus1st Graphs, please refer to the Where to Buy Project Source Video . In all cases, Days on Market is measured differently in Focus1st than in the RSC MLS: It is the length of time between initial list date and day of close. The RSC MLS measures this date in marketing days, the number of days between initial listing and the day of contract. To standardize measurement, subtract 40 days from the Focus1st measure to provide an approximate equivalent to the same measurement in RSC MLS.
In-Town Woodland Park
Our approach to Woodland Park in regards to data is one of concessions… it is somewhat easy to track what happens in the town of Woodland Park using data, while it’s much harder to tract outside of Woodland Park. The reality is that Woodland Park has 200-300 single-family sales a year and this accounts for about 1/3 to 1/4 of the annual single family sales. This area is loosely configured within a 2 mile radius of the Highway 24 and Highway 67 intersection. Sunnywood on the north and Paradise Estates on the east are not included.woodland-park