Dakota Ridge Subdivision

If you're interested in Dakota Ridge check out the home listings for Dakota Ridge or check out my detailed, unique analysis of homes in Dakota Ridge below the property list.

Want to get the Guaranteed Lowest Monthly Payment™ when buying a home? Want to sell your home in Dakota Ridge quickly, easily and for top dollar? Call me, James Orr, at (970) 225-6989 or contact me to allow me to use my unique analysis to help you buy or sell a home in Fort Collins.

Dakota Ridge Homes For Sale

The following shows the current homes for sale in Dakota Ridge ranked by price (lowest to highest). Click on the property address to see my detailed analysis of that property or click on the MLS to see the Multiple Listing Service information including photos of the property.

Rank Address Status Price
1 2718 Red Cloud Ct MLS For Sale $328,000
2 2418 Cucharas Ct MLS Backups $335,000
3 3166 San Luis St MLS Backups $360,000

Buying Or Selling A Home In Dakota Ridge? Check Out Historical Price Discounting!

I imagine one of the most popular charts I provide (for a variety of reasons) is that actual historical discounts people have been getting on homes bought and sold in Dakota Ridge. Really.

If you're looking to buy a home, don't you want to make sure you're getting a great deal and have the absolute lowest monthly payment? By the way, see my Lowest Monthly Payment Guarantee™ for more details on how I guarantee the lowest monthly payment. Back to the story though... I was saying you want a great deal. You do. But you also don't want to miss out on getting the perfect property by make an offer that is too low. That's where this chart comes in. Seeing what others are typically paying (median and average lines) and what the biggest discount that's been given and the premiums people have paid give you a much better sense of what is actually happening.


The chart above shows the percentage discount from list price for homes in Dakota Ridge for all homes sold (regardless of number of bedrooms).

The green "Biggest" line at the top of the filled in gray area shows the biggest discount ever for that year of sales in Dakota Ridge. These extreme discounts are often accompanied by exceptional circumstances and not likely to be repeated.The biggest discount from list price ever for Dakota Ridge was 7.77% in 2007.

Believe it or not, people do pay more than asking price for homes in Dakota Ridge. That is shown on the chart by the red "Smallest" line. Anytime that is a negative number, someone offered more than asking price. Granted this is usually because they have asked the seller to pay closing costs or pay down the interest rate on their loan or make another concession where the buyer and seller agreed that raising the price above asking price was a fair offer. The biggest premium over asking price ever for Dakota Ridge was 11.28% over list price (shown as -11.28% on the chart) in 1997.

What's The Typical Discount From List Price In Dakota Ridge?

The gray "Median" line and the blue "Average" line are much more representative of what you are likely to be able to replicate if you were to make an offer since these represent two forms of what is typical. Median is the middle most value (half of the values were higher and half were lower). Average is the sum of all the discounts and premiums divided by the number of sales.

The range of the biggest median discount to the biggest median premium is 2.92% to 0.00%. If you're looking for a good idea of what you can reasonably expect to get I'd use that range.

Discounts and Premiums From List Price Broken Down By Bedrooms in Dakota Ridge

That was just the entire Dakota Ridge subdivision. How about if you look at that data broken down by bedroom?




Dakota Ridge Subdivision Composition By Bedroom

How many 2 bedroom homes are in Dakota Ridge? How about 3 bedroom homes? How about 4? 5? Well... you get the idea. Get the official breakdown (from public records data) below.

Dakota Ridge Bedroom

Last 2 Year's Average Price By Number of Bedrooms For Homes Sold in Dakota Ridge

Average Price by Bedrooms in Dakota Ridge

What's the average price for homes of a particular number of bedrooms selling for in Dakota Ridge? Glad you asked. That is shown below.

Last 2 Year's Median Price By Number of Bedrooms For Homes Sold in Dakota Ridge

Median Price by Bedrooms in Dakota Ridge

Median does not equal averages... usually. This is especially true when there are some data points that are away from the group of typical values (like extreme highs and lows). So, I've also shown you the median price of a home in Dakota Ridge, broken down by number of bedrooms.

Last 2 Year's Average Price per Square Foot by Number of Bedrooms for Homes Sold in Dakota Ridge

Average Price per Square Foot by Number of Bedrooms in Dakota Ridge

But the home I am buying or selling in Dakota Ridge is bigger (or smaller) than the others. Does that have an impact? That's where we use average price per square foot to make adjustments.

In the chart above, I show you the average price per square foot broken down by number of bedrooms in Dakota Ridge.

Last 2 Year's Average Days on Market by Number of Bedrooms for Homes Sold in Dakota Ridge

Average Days on Market by Num of Beds in Dakota Ridge

Will my home sell in 30 days in Dakota Ridge? It depends on a lot of factors, but to give you an idea of what other similar homes have sold for, above is a chart showing the average number of days it took to sell homes in Dakota Ridge with a certain number of bedrooms.

Historical Sales for Dakota Ridge

Dakota Ridge Listed and Sold Historical Data
Are the number of home sales in Dakota Ridge up? Are the number of home sales in Dakota Ridge down? With the chart above you can see the number of homes that have been listed for sale in Dakota Ridge. Those are the ones shown in red. You can also see the number of homes that have sold in Dakota Ridge. Those are the blue ones.

By the way, each data point is the number in a month. This is different than the chart below which shows monthly data.

Historical Sales As Percent of Total Number of Homes for Dakota Ridge

Dakota Ridge Percent Listed and Sold Historical Data
What percentage of homes in Dakota Ridge are listed for sale each year? What percentage of the total number of homes in Dakota Ridge actually sell each year? With the chart above you know. Isn't this great stuff!?

Historical Price Per Square Foot Ranges for Dakota Ridge Homes

Is the price per square foot that I am about to pay to buy a home in Dakota Ridge a high price, a low price or about what the median is? Good question.

That question is answered in the charts below which show you the historical price per square foot of homes in Dakota Ridge.

With that data you can see what the trend for the high, low and median price per square foot has been with a variety of bedroom configurations in Dakota Ridge. Use it to better understand how to price your home for sale in Dakota Ridge or what to offer when buying a home in Dakota Ridge. Call me at (970) 225-6989 if you'd like the help of a professional real estate broker when buying or selling a home in Fort Collins or Loveland.

If you'd also like to see data on whether homes in Dakota Ridge have historical gone up or down over time (and how much), check out Dakota Ridge Appreciation Rates.




Occupancy Composition for Dakota Ridge

Dakota Ridge Occupancy Composition
Do you want to buy in a neighborhood where most of the homes are occupied by the owners and not renters? Or, maybe you're a real estate investor looking for neighborhoods with strong rental tendencies. Well, the chart above shows the number of homes in Dakota Ridge where it is likely that the owner occupies the property as well as the number where the owner is not getting mail about property taxes at that address. Historically, getting tax mail at another address usually means that the property is an investment property and likely tenant occupied.

In Dakota Ridge I estimate about 3.53% of homes are likely tenant occupied.

Special Lists of Dakota Ridge Homes For Sale

I've also put together some specialized property lists for your convenience that are automatically updated in real-time. Additional specialized lists of homes in Dakota Ridge:

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: Since the following lists are updated in real-time, there may be periods where they have no homes for sale on some of the lists. Check back often, setup yourself up a custom property search that automatically emails you or contact me and I can set it up an automatic search that emails you when specific matches for you are listed for sale.
  • Dakota Ridge Foreclosure Homes

Streets In Dakota Ridge

The following are the names of the streets in Dakota Ridge along with the number of homes that are located on that street:

Street Name # Homes On That Street In Subdivision
2700 to 2778 Coal Bank Dr 26 homes
2401 to 2437 Cochetopa Ct 13 homes
3200 to 3319 Creekstone Dr 13 homes
2400 to 2436 Cucharas Ct 13 homes
2401 to 2431 Kenosha Ct 11 homes
2600 to 2637 Little Bear Ct 13 homes
2700 to 2736 Maroon Ct 13 homes
3000 to 3019 Milner Ct 8 homes
3219 to 3313 Monarch Ct 11 homes
2400 to 2543 Pinecone Cir 18 homes
2700 to 2743 Red Cloud Ct 15 homes
2600 to 2643 Red Mountain Ct 16 homes
3100 to 3512 Red Mountain Dr 32 homes
3000 to 3013 San Luis Ct 6 homes
3100 to 3179 San Luis St 25 homes
2500 to 2630 Shavano Ct 19 homes
2406 to 2418 Ute Ct 5 homes
3206 to 3260 Wetterhorn Dr 13 homes
2600 to 2861 Willow Creek Dr 42 homes

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Of course, if I can help you buy or sell a home in Fort Collins or Loveland, please contact me or call me at (970) 225-6989.

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