Windsor, CO is a great place to live. There is no question as to why so many people are looking to move to Windsor. This series, ‘Wednesday in Windsor’ is all about celebrating the good things happening in Windsor Colorado. The series will take place on Youtube each Wednesday. If Youtube isn’t your thing, you can also find the content here on the Andy Hawbaker Real Estate Blog.
If you ask the current residents of Windsor, CO what one thing Windsor needs, 90%+ of the time you’ll here about the need for another grocery store. We have a King Soopers and a Safeway on the far West Side of town. These stores are very busy and often out of stock for many items. These stores are getting busier with the massive construction happening in Raindance and other areas of Windsor, CO.
Many people have suggested that building a grocery story on the east side of town would alleviate the pressure on those stores and also give a place for people in Severance to shop.
What do you think? Would you like to see a new grocey store in Windsor? Would you like to see a Natural Grocer, Whole Foods, Sprouts or more traditional grocery shopping experience?
Check back more informational content about Windsor, CO is coming soon.
The Real Estate Maret has been hot all across the country. Colorado remains one of the hotetest real estate markets and Northern Colorado is a big part of that. Of course people want to move to Windsor, CO; so things here in Windsor are moving pretty quickly.
Let’s look at the real estate market data from August 2021 for the City of Windsor, CO. The Windsor Real Estate Market is strong. Now could be a great time to sell a house. Watch this quick video for all of the recent market data.
Do you have more questions about the Windsor Real Estate Market? Reach out to Andy Hawbaker, Realtor® by text or phone at 970-203-5066 or fill out a form on this website. Andy would love to discuss windsor or surrpounding communites with you.
What is going on in the Windsor, CO Real Estate Market? Here is your Windsor, CO Real Estate Update for June 2021. The below stats are from May 2021. The Real Estate average sale price and other numbers come from MLS data from 5/1/2021 through 5/31/2021.
We have continued to see 11 to 12% annual appreciation in single family homes located in Windsor, CO. This continued increase in values along with the strong number of sold properties and all-time-low housing inventory leads to now being a great time to sell your Windsor, CO home.
That is the latest real estate data that we have available to us. The market is still extremely hot and inventory is low. If you have had any interest in selling your Windsor, CO home, now might be the perfect time. If you’d like to know more about the value of your home please reach out to Andy Hawbaker at 970-203-5066.
There are so many great things to do at Windsor Lake. Including:
Walk Trail all the way around the lake.
Paved Trail for strollers, wheelchairs and rollerblades.
Community events: fireworks, farmers market, concerts, etc.
Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board rentals.
Water ski and speed boats allowed.
Bird watching (Eagles, Pelicans, etc.)
When it comes to boating on Windsor Lake there is actually a lot to know. First of all you do need to have a permit. This included both motorized and non-motorized boats. In 2020 the cost for a annual motorized boat permit was $450. They only sell 20 permits per year so you need to be on it if you want to spend your summers pulling the kids on a tube around Windsor Lake.
Motorized boats are allowed Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the heart of the summer and only on Saturday and Sunday for late August and September.
Non-motorized boats including kayaks, canoes and stand up paddle boards are allowed Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The permit is $10 a day or $50 for the year.
You can rent non-motorized boats at the swim beach located on Windsor Lake. They have stand up paddle boats, kayaks, aqua trykes and more. All the up to date details are here: Windsor Town Site.
Windsor Lake Fishing
I’ve never personally fished at lake Windsor but every evening there are people fishing from the shore. I have seen some nice fish reeled in. Learn more about Windsor Lake Fishing regulations here: Fishing.
Probably the most popular attraction for Windsor Lake is the swim beach. This nice sandy section fills up quickly with young families, children and adults of all ages. There is now lifeguard on duty so you are swimming at your own risk. Swim beach: details
The real estate market is hot all across the U.S. and Northern Colorado is definitely seeing all of the same things. We have historically low inventory and very high demand for homes in this area. Windsor Colorado is a very desireable community with it’s proximity to Fort Collins and Greeley. The nice small town feel coupled with some really nice and safe neighborhoods drives up demand for Windsor homes.
Watch this Windsor, CO market update from 1/31/21 to get a feel for “What is the market like?”
The Windsor real estate market is hot with home buyers having to get agressive to schedule showings as soon as homes hit the market. If you want to buy your perfect home in this market, my suggestions is to just get started with a licensed Real Estate Agent so you have someone activing looking for new properties hitting the market. If you are looking to sell your home there is no time better than now. Most properties are receiving multiple offers in the first weekend. You’ll get more for your home in a very short time than ever before. However, a good agent will help you get the most for your home. You’ll want to price is right and stage it before professional photos because people will want to know if this is the right house before they go out and see it.