Assessor Reports Increases in Boulder County Property Values
Boulder County property values jumped between mid-2018 and mid-2020, in some instances by as much as 20%, County Assessor Cindy Braddock reported Wednesday.
“As many area residents were aware, real estate values have been going up at a significant pace based on high demand for a limited supply of properties for sale,” Braddock and her staff said in an email. “Overall, there is a positive change in v
alues for residential properties, although property values increased at a slower rate respectively than during the last few reappraisal cycles.”
The Boulder County Assessor’s Office reported that the median percentage increase for residential properties in the latest 2018-2020 appraisal period — single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, townhomes, condominium units and manufactured housing units — ranged from 20% for western Boulder County to 8% to 17% in cities and eastern portions of the county.
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