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  • Greeley

    Why you'd want to live in Greeley

    Located approximately 50 miles northeast of Denver, at the confluence of the South Platte and Cache la Poudre rivers, Greeley was primarily an agricultural development, with some of the first successful irrigated farmland. Agri-business still provides a solid economic basis, with Weld County (of which Greeley is the county seat) consistently ranking in the top 10 agricultural producing counties in the nation. Greeley is also home to the University of Northern Colorado, founded in 1889 as the State Normal School (teacher education), but is also recognized today for its quality business, performing arts and nursing programs. The university draws an array of guest artists and speakers who brighten the cultural landscape. Each spring, one of the nation’s largest jazz festivals has the whole town tapping its toes. The city has several other signature events, including August’s AgriCULTURE Fest and Feast, a celebration of the community’s agricultural heritage, and the Greeley Stampede, a nearly 100-year-old northern Colorado tradition featuring rodeos, concerts and other fun. Recognized as a Colorado Certified Creative District, downtown Greeley and surrounding neighborhoods also hosts year-round happenings. The monthly First Friday art walk is a favorite with locals and visitors. Centennial Village Museum attracts visitors from around the world. The museum is a collection of vintage homes, a church, schoolhouse and other structures on five-and-a-half acres that date back from pre-settlement days into the early 20th century. The village is open primarily from April–October — it’s worth planning a visit to town just to see it. You can also visit the historic home of Nathan Meeker, credited with being the town’s founder. Meeker led early Union colonists to the area to create their vision of a western utopia with treelined streets wide enough to turn a wagon with full hitch.

    Greeley University of Northern Colorado First Friday Art Walk The Umphress Group #1 Real Estate Team Real Estate

    Greeley Market Report

    $409,114

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 600 HOMES

    $260,000

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 2 DISTRESSED HOMES

    $1,820,286

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 28 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

    $397,158

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 119 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

    $351,531

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 37 HOMES WITH A POOL

    $353,137

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 165 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

    Average Home

    Average Price $409,114
    Avg Bedrooms 3.19 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 2.49 baths

    Average Price by Bedrooms

    1 bedroom $346,200
    2 bedrooms $236,931
    3 bedrooms $339,951
    4 bedrooms $397,127
    5 bedrooms $454,569
    Greeley Home Price Trends
      10/2018 9/2018 8/2018 7/2018 6/2018
    Total Listings 615 645 624 632 628
    Average Price $411,445 $404,248 $409,391 $412,947 $403,943
    Avg Price Change +1.78% -1.27% -0.87% +2.23% +1.11%
    Median Price $326,310 $320,266 $319,421 $322,410 $315,383
    Med Price Change +1.89% +0.26% -0.94% +2.23% +1.45%
    Avg Bedrooms 3.25 beds 3.25 beds 3.23 beds 3.38 beds 3.35 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 2.51 baths 2.53 baths 2.55 baths 2.67 baths 2.64 baths
    Home Price by High School
    School Name Total Homes Average Price
    Eaton 36 $934,096
    Greeley Central 172 $328,576
    Greeley West 102 $327,652
    Northridge 108 $323,648
    Windsor 118 $404,776
    Home Price by House Size
    Total Homes Average Price
    All Homes 600 $409,114
    Distressed Homes 2 $260,000
    Multi-Million Dollar Homes 28 $1,820,286
    Newly Built Homes 119 $397,158
    Homes with a Pool 37 $351,531
    Reduced Price Homes 165 $353,137

    School Data

    Highly Rated Greeley Schools

    10

    MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    8

    SKYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

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