Eagle County real estate off to best start in 3 years
EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado – Eagle County real estate is off to its best start since 2008 in both transactions – 181 compared with 235 in 2008 – and dollar volume – $196.9 million compared with $331.3 million in 2008. February had 91 transactions, the majority of which were sales in Eagle and Gypsum, cumulatively accounting for 26 percent of all sales.
Land Title Guarantee Co. released February real estate numbers on Wednesday.
Ten of the 22 bank sales for February took place in Eagle and Gypsum with an average sales price of $178,000. These sales contributed to the total of sales in the county under $500,000, which accounted for more than half of all transactions.
Vail Village continues to see a lot of activity with eight transactions closing in February, accounting for nearly 22 percent of the county’s dollar volume. Four of the five transactions in February were over $4 million and took place in Vail, the highest being sold at Solaris for $6.4 million.
This sale also accounts for the highest price per square foot for February at $2,218.