Cities with the most expensive homes in the Pueblo metro area

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May 2, 2024
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Cities with the most expensive homes in the Pueblo metro area

Purchasing a home is one of the most important investments there is. More than a place to live, homeownership is an asset with the potential to tremendously rise in value. But with home prices reaching record heights, affordability plays a huge role for buyers.

The typical home value in the United States was $355,696 in March, 4.6% higher than the year before.

High mortgage rates are also making monthly payments more expensive; as of May 2, the 30-year fixed mortgage rate sits at 7.22%.

Although home prices have inflated all across the U.S., there are some cities that command a higher price tag than others. Location, size, age, and condition are all contributing factors to home value.

Stacker compiled a list of cities with the most expensive homes in the Pueblo metro area using data from Zillow. Charts show the monthly typical home value since January 2018. All 7 cities and towns with data available were included in the list.

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#7. Fowler, CO

- Typical home value: $186,077
- 1-year price change: -0.9%
- 5-year price change: +71.0%

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#6. Boone, CO

- Typical home value: $221,971
- 1-year price change: +3.9%
- 5-year price change: +73.3%

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#5. Avondale, CO

- Typical home value: $283,485
- 1-year price change: +1.9%
- 5-year price change: +69.0%

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#4. Pueblo, CO

- Typical home value: $287,827
- 1-year price change: -1.5%
- 5-year price change: +56.1%

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#3. Colorado City, CO

- Typical home value: $322,652
- 1-year price change: -0.5%
- 5-year price change: +51.1%

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#2. Rye, CO

- Typical home value: $339,996
- 1-year price change: -0.1%
- 5-year price change: +53.0%

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#1. Beulah, CO

- Typical home value: $375,412
- 1-year price change: -0.1%
- 5-year price change: +52.2%

This story features data reporting and writing by Elena Cox and is part of a series utilizing data automation across 379 metros.

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