Neighborhood Spotlight: Parker, Colorado
If you are thinking of moving to one of Denver’s suburbs, you should consider Parker, CO. With easy access to I-25 and E-470, Parker is located to the Southeast of Denver-proper. There is a lot to do in Parker, to include concerts, camps, classes, art exhibits, festivals, and recreational activities for kids and adults alike! There are numerous recreational facilities around town, to include pools, field houses, gyms, rock climbing centers, facility centers, playing fields, equestrian trails and more. Further, Parker has a large network of trails, to include the Cherry Creek Trail, Centennial Trail, Sulpher Gulch Trail, Tallman Gulch Trail, the Newlin Gulch Trail, and the future East/West Trail.
According to Trulia, Parker is exhibiting the current market trends:
Housing Market Trends
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Parker show an 8% year-over-year rise in median sales price and a 2% rise in median rent per month.
Median Sales Price
The median sales price for homes in Parker for Apr 14 to Jul 13 was $402,450 based on 500 home sales.
Price Per Square Ft.
Average price per square foot for Parker was $202, an increase of 12% compared to the same period last year.
Median Rent Per Month
The median rent per month for apartments in Parker for Jun 14 to Jul 15 was $2,295.
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME