Why Schools Matter
Colorado Springs home prices by school district contains average pricing information as of 3/1/2019 (and how it compares to last year) for each school district. There are links to in depth reports for each of the different school districts.
School districts are how many people start their home search and definitely affect the home prices and appreciation over time. Schools can vary widely in performance with regards to test scores etc… and people take that into account when choosing where they want to live. Therefore, they factor into the resale picture.
This section of the site breaks down current statistics for Colorado Springs home prices by school district. If the thought of comparing all the different districts on your own is overwhelming, contact me and I can help with nice easy to understand summary reports. If you just want to see what is for sale, you can start looking at EVERY HOME listed for sale in Colorado Springs.
Sales Volume By school district As OfThis graph shows you the dispersion of where people are spending their money in the MLS in 2018 and how it compares to last year. As you can see, spending varies widely based on area. People have spent about ($41,393,290) less on housing as of 3/1/2019 versus last year which is a -5.9% change and you can see where in the preceding graph.
The red graph is this years spending and the black is last years spending broken out by volume for each area. The three letter codes you see are the MLS code for each of the different areas. I tried to use the full name to make it easier to read but the overlap accomplished just the opposite.
Average Price By school district As Of
The following table shows you the average sale price in each MLS defined area as of along with the average sales price for that same period last year. You can click the name in and will be taken to the detailed report for that specific area.
|Area||Average Price||Prior Year||Change|
|11-Colorado Springs||$293 757||$268 765||9.3%|
|49-Falcon||$326 908||$310 957||5.1%|
|20-Academy||$409 934||$424 290||-3.4%|
|3-Widefield||$274 221||$261 737||4.8%|
|38-Lewis-Palmer||$533 181||$494 669||7.8%|
|2-Harrison||$232 386||$211 392||9.9%|
|Re2-Woodland Park||$414 870||$341 180||21.6%|
|12-Cheyenne Mountain||$492 138||$514 159||-4.3%|
|Re1-Douglas||$572 895||$547 081||4.7%|
|8-Fountain||$266 083||$247 356||7.6%|
|14-Manitou Springs||$394 046||$470 664||-16.3%|
|70-Pueblo||$241 466||$258 100||-6.4%|
|60-Pueblo||$194 021||$144 466||34.3%|
|RE1-Cripple Creek/Victor||$267 546||$253 144||5.7%|
|22-Ellicott||$306 932||$451 687||-32.0%|
|200-Elbert||$1117 500||$419 500||166.4%|
|60Jt-Miami/Yoder||$226 362||$201 400||12.4%|
|23Jt-Peyton||$313 900||$391 833||-19.9%|
|Rj1-Calhan||$279 000||$221 818||25.8%|
|Re-1-Canon City||$260 000||$205 900||26.3%|