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Fort Collins Real Estate Market Conditions

  • Median sales price

    $344,500
    9.2%
    change since last quarter
  • # Active listings

    478
    30-day change

Fort Collins Schools and Demographics

 
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Education near Fort Collins, CO

City County
High School Graduates 95.47 94.07
College Degree - 2 year 8.36 8.81
College Degree - 4 year 52.28 43.55
Graduate Degree 14.38 11.87
Expenditures per Student 9,214 9,214
Students per Teacher 19.1 18.8

Elementary Schools near Fort Collins, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Bacon Elementary School PK - 05 566 17.4 80528
Bauder Elementary School PK - 05 586 16 80526
Beattie Elementary School PK - 05 319 17.2 80526
Bennett Elementary School KG - 05 494 17.3 80521
Cottonwood Plains Elementary School KG - 05 413 17.2 80525
Coyote Ridge Elementary School KG - 05 374 17.5 80525
Dunn Elementary School KG - 05 412 16.5 80521
Harris Bilingual Elementary School PK - 05 321 16.4 80524
Irish Elementary School PK - 05 391 12.9 80521
Johnson Elementary School KG - 05 420 15.7 80526
Kruse Elementary School PK - 05 546 18 80525
Lab Elementary School for Creative Learning KG - 06 107 14.6 80521
Laurel Elementary School PK - 05 444 14 80524
Linton Elementary School PK - 05 462 15.4 80525
Lopez Elementary School KG - 05 396 17.1 80526
McGraw Elementary School PK - 05 505 19.1 80526
O'Dea Elementary School PK - 05 426 15.3 80525
Olander Elementary School PK - 05 478 16.8 80526
Putnam Elementary School PK - 05 374 12.1 80521
Riffenburgh Elementary School PK - 05 419 19.2 80525
Shepardson Elementary School PK - 05 358 17 80525
T.R. Paul Academy of Arts & Knowledge KG - 08 289 13.9 80525
Tavelli Elementary School PK - 05 563 17.4 80524
Traut Core Elementary School PK - 05 479 22 80528
Werner Elementary School KG - 05 560 18.4 80525
Zach Elementary School KG - 05 616 18.6 80528

Middle Schools near Fort Collins, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Blevins Middle School 06 - 08 506 15.1 80526
Boltz Middle School 06 - 08 542 14.6 80525
Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School 06 - 08 775 20 80528
Lesher Middle School 06 - 08 748 18.6 80524
Lincoln Middle School 06 - 08 495 13.5 80521
Preston Middle School 06 - 08 1,001 19.3 80528
Webber Middle School 06 - 08 793 18.3 80526

High Schools near Fort Collins, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
Colorado Early College Fort Collins 09 - 12 202 21.2 80524
Fort Collins High School 09 - 12 1,570 18.5 80525
Fossil Ridge High School 09 - 12 2,076 19.5 80528
Poudre High School 09 - 12 1,760 18.5 80521
Rocky Mountain High School 09 - 12 1,966 19.5 80526

Ungraded Schools near Fort Collins, CO

Grades Students P/T Ratio ZIP
* Centennial High School 09 - 12 156 14.1 80524
* Poudre Community Academy 09 - 12 74 11.8 80521
Liberty Common Charter School KG - 12 979 18.3 80525
Polaris Expeditionary Learning School 06 - 12 278 15.9 80521
PSD Online Academy KG - 12 154 30.5 80521
Psd Options School KG - 12 117 58.5 80525
Ridgeview Classical Charter Schools KG - 12 757 15.1 80525

Demographics near Fort Collins, CO

City County
Neighborhood Type Suburban
Population 144,329 300,870
Population Density 2,659 116
Median Age 29.3 35.4
People per Household 2.4 2.4
Median Household Income 53,359 57,927
Average Income per Capita 28,714 30,684

Fort Collins Real Estate

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Ideally situated along the banks of the Cache La Poudre River and the base of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is a vibrant community full of incredible amenities to suit any lifestyle. From unbeatable outdoor recreation to a thriving nightlife and unique cultural events, Fort Collins blends the convenience of a small-town with the benefits of a large city. There are currently 478 properties for sale in Fort Collins, CO, you can view available properties here to find the home that is just right for you.
Fort Collins real estate includes a wide variety of styles, from custom single-family homes to affordable townhomes and condominiums. Large lots are available for new developments and agricultural use. Rental properties are a popular choice in Fort Collins. Due to the presence of Colorado State University, many college students opt to rent while attending school. There is also a large commercial real estate presence in Fort Collins, with a variety of commercial properties for sale, from large retail and industrial spaces to historic properties in the downtown area. 

History of Fort Collins

Fort Collins was originally founded in the 1800s as a military outpost for the army. The town was incorporated in 1873 after the fort was decommissioned. During that time, Colorado State University (CSU) was also founded as the Colorado Agricultural College of Colorado. (Go Aggies!). The university, along with other agricultural and industrial jobs helped to grow Fort Collins over the years, making it now the fourth largest city in the state of Colorado. Now with a student population of more than 22,000, and as one of the area’s top employers, CSU is at the heart of Fort Collins, helping keep the city bustling with activity and entertainment. 

Location and Lifestyle

Located in Larimer County, Colorado, Fort Collins is approximately 65 miles north of Denver just 35 miles south of the neighboring Wyoming border. Conveniently situated at the junction of Highway 14 and U.S. Route 287, Fort Collins provides easy access to Interstate I-25 and is also close to U.S. Route 34. The area is also 70 miles from the Denver International Airport. 

Consistently ranked as one of the top places to live, retire or launch a career, Fort Collins’ 144,000 residents enjoy a mild climate, ample outdoor recreation, entertainment and world-class health care. The fourth largest city in the state, Fort Collins is also a cultural capital of Northern Colorado, featuring a ballet troupe, symphony orchestra, opera company, and a variety of museums, art galleries and live theater productions throughout the year. The area also features a variety of quality shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife options. From award-winning breweries, festivals and exceptional dining in the historic Old Town area, there is so much to see and do in Fort Collins! With over 40 parks, miles of paved trails, championship golf courses and three nearby lakes, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy year-round.   

Fort Collins Schools

Fort Collins residents also enjoy quality education with the excellent Poudre District school system and nearby Colorado State University. Fort Collins is also home to a number of trade schools and Front Range Community College. Featuring over 40 schools, the Poudre School District consistently ranks high in standardized test scores, parent and student satisfaction. Colorado State University also provides an exceptional range of educational opportunities from undergraduate to graduate and professional programs.

Local Economy

With a robust local economy featuring a mix of manufacturing and high-tech industries, Fort Collins is highly regarded as a regional center for employment. Fort Collins is home to several nationally recognized corporations like Anheuser Busch, Hewlett Packard, and Otterbox.

More Information about Fort Collins

The city of Fort Collins, Colorado sits at an elevation of  5,015. The approximate population of Fort Collins is 144,329 residents. Over the last ten years, the population has grown an average of three percent annually and is expected to continue at this rate well into the future.

Fort Collins residents have a median household income of $53,359 ; compared to the surrounding county’s median household income of $57,927 , and the national median household income of $53,046 .

The median age for residents of Fort Collins is 29.3 years. Fort Collins is more family-centric than the surrounding county. In Fort Collins, 39.92% of households contain married families with children; compared to 34.57% in the surrounding county. Fort Collins has fewer single residents than the national average, with 7.75% compared to the national average of communities with 9.45% of single residents.

Fort Collins Weather

The average high temperature in July for Fort Collins is 85 degrees. The average low temperature for Fort Collins in January is 13.5 degrees. Fort Collins sees an average rainfall of approximately 15.1 inches per year, and a snow accumulation of 47.2 inches per year. There are an average of 237 days of sunlight each year in Fort Collins; compared to an average of 253 days across the state, and 205 days across the nation.

For More Information about Fort Collins, CO:

Fort Collins Information” Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce
Visit Fort Collins” Fort Collins Conventions & Visitors Bureau 

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