We Buy Ugly Houses® can still help you with a fair cash offer for your house during this time of crisis. Where allowed, we will visit in-person and many locations now offer the option of “Exterior Only” initial visits with video consultations, whatever makes you most comfortable. Please give us a call or fill out the form below to have a property specialist contact you immediately. Read about our social distancing measures here.

We Buy Houses in Colorado

Sell Your House Fast in Colorado

If you’ve been having trouble finding a buyer for your Colorado home, We Buy Ugly Houses® and HomeVestors can help. We’ve been buying houses all over Colorado and have helped over 100,000 owners nationwide sell their unwanted homes quickly and easily.

HomeVestors is the #1 home buyer in Colorado for a good reason. We cover most, if not all, closing costs and get you paid in as few as 30 days, sometimes even faster. Our local We Buy Ugly Houses agents are ready to make an offer on your home no matter what condition it’s in. There’s no need for costly repairs or remodeling, we’ll buy your house as-is.

If you’ve been struggling to sell your home in Colorado for any reason, give us a call at 866-200-6475 for a no-obligation cash offer on your home or click on a location below to submit a contact form.

Colorado Housing Stats

Colorado has just under 6 million people, according to the latest US Census estimates. Denver, Littleton, Grand Junction, and Colorado Springs are some of the top places to call home in the state. The recent median listing price for Denver was 480K, with Littleton at 475K. Colorado Springs clocked in at 359K.

In early 2020, the average days on market for Colorado was 49, down from 55 days for 2019. The average month’s supply was down to only 1.8 months, which indicates very little supply and high demand in the market. Year to date numbers for 2020 show the median home price at $413,000, ad 7.3% increase over the previous year. The inventory of active listings is down nearly 20% year over year, also indicating a market with limited supply where homes do not stay on the open market for long. According to the Colorado Association of Realtors, nearly 100% of listed homes sold for the listing price. All these signs point to a market that likely will slow down some due to recent unusual events but has solid underpinnings to rebound strongly later in the year.