Frisco remains to be the second most expensive market in Summit County and over the past few years has been gaining on Breckenridge. Although it's important to consider Frisco has a higher percentage of condominiums and townhomes which tends to skew the Price/SF upwards.
However, Frisco is nearly out of buildable land. That means most future developments will be tear-downs of existing real estate.
Many Frisco condominiums are seeing investment from a new ownership class who are investing in remodeling interiors and in some cases modernizing exteriors in all property types.
*The below statistics are for all residential property types. For information on specific property types please follow these links
Frisco Price Per Foot
Frisco Days on Market
Frisco Months Supply of Inventory
The classic adage is: less than 3 months of Inventory = Sellers Market, Over 6 Months of Inventory = Buyers Market, Between 3-6 Months of Inventory= Neutral or Shifting Market
Percent % of List Price
*I don't put a ton of credence into this metric, particularly with listings new to the market. The value of a Property is what a Seller is willing to sell for and what a Buyer is willing to pay. % of List Price could be skewed by properties that are overpriced one month and the market may have corrected to accurate pricing.