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Discover the unparalleled culture and endless possibilities of Colorado Springs through our tailored buying, selling, and relocating pages. We’ll guide you through finding your dream home or selling your property in this vibrant and dynamic community.

Whether you’re buying or building a new construction home, with us you’ll have access to expert knowledge of the Colorado area, the latest technology, your own personal finance tool through Homebot, with access to market trends, mortgage rates, and affordability, and our comprehensive Buyer, Relocation, and Buy & Sell guides.

We’re here to take care of the home prep, marketing, negotiations, and all the details in between. Selling your home through us means you’ll also have access to Homebot, with insights into your home’s value, equity, and potential savings opportunities, and our comprehensive Seller guide. 

When you relocate to Colorado, we’ll handle everything from helping you find the perfect home, scouting potential neighborhoods, and settling into your new community. With Homebot, you’ll have access to insights into local home values, mortgage rates, and affordability, and our Relocation guide.


north colorado springs

550k – 4.8 million

North Colorado Springs neighborhoods feature mostly newer homes that enjoy easy access to big box stores, shopping centers, and an array of restaurants. The area is best known for newer developments that consist mostly of master planned communities that have various amenities…

Some of the most popular master-planned communities located here are: The Farm, Cordera, Flying Horse, Wolf Ranch, Briargate and Flying Horse North. This area features The Club at Flying Horse, Pikes Peak Community College, Rampart Campus, as well as Interquest Marketplace, Colorado Crossing, and the Bass Pro Shop Center, offering movie theaters, restaurants, and abundant shopping options.

Situated within the sought-after & highly ranked Academy School District #20 and zip code region 80921, North Colorado Springs appeals to residents seeking a diverse array of amenities, top-rated schools, spacious lot sizes, and newer housing options. Known for its convenient location, excellent schools, and proximity to both Colorado Springs and Denver, North Colorado Springs Neighborhoods remain a popular choice for homebuyers.



550k – 3.5 Million

Monument, also known as the Tri-Lakes area, lies in northern El Paso County, approximately 20 minutes north of Colorado Springs and 50 minutes south of Denver. With a population of around 11,000 residents it offers a serene living experience.

Zip codes 80132 and 80133 cover Monument and Palmer Lake respectively, with public school students served by the Lewis-Palmer School District 38, including the popular Monument Academy charter school. Encompassing the Town of Monument and the Town of Palmer Lake, this region features three lakes: Palmer Lake, Monument Lake, and Lake Woodmoor, alongside neighborhood amenities like golf courses in Kings Deer and Woodmoor. With roots dating back to the mid-1800s, Palmer Lake emerged as a railroad stop, while Monument evolved from a ranching community into a bustling suburb.

Residents are drawn to the area’s picturesque landscapes, including towering Ponderosa Pines and vistas of the United States Air Force Academy, Pike National Forest, and Front Range. Offering easy access to Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, and Denver, the Monument area embodies the essence of Colorado living.

Residents enjoy a rural vibe and a slower lifestyle. In the Tri-Lakes area, you’ll find plenty of hiking, biking, and wildlife-watching trails for outdoor fun. Monument is generally cooler than Colorado Springs and sees more snow during the winter months.



400k – 1.2 Million

The Falcon and Peyton area has seen significant growth due to affordability, attracting homebuyers seeking lower housing prices compared to other parts of Colorado Springs.

Falcon comprises three main neighborhoods: Meridian Ranch, Woodmen Hills, and Paint Brush Hills offering diverse housing options.

Whether you’re looking for the perks of a master planned community that offers pools, a club house, golf course and parks or you’re looking to spread out on a small ranch. The area is known for offering opportunities to own a home on land and being removed from the City without being too far away. The area continues to grow and is adding more businesses and infrastructure every year.


West Colorado Springs

450k – 3.5 Million

West Colorado Springs, bordered by Downtown Colorado Springs to the east, Old Colorado City to the south, the Northwest area to the north, and public lands and National Forest to the west, features notable landmarks like The Garden of the Gods Club & Park, Kissing Camels Club, Glen Eyrie, and the historic Broadmoor Resort.

While private clubs and protected lands limit residential density, the area offers diverse housing options and convenient access to retail, commercial, downtown, and I-25. Schools belong to Colorado Springs School District #11, with proximity to Colorado College and The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

With its blend of convenience and natural beauty, West Colorado Springs attracts residents seeking varied housing choices and a prime location, making it a popular area.



400k – 1.5 Million

The Powers & Marksheffel area, situated on the eastern edge and bounded by Powers Blvd. to the west and Marksheffel Road to the east, is known as the Powers Corridor.

Zip codes 80922 and 80923 are prevalent here, with students attending Falcon School District 49 or Colorado Springs School District 11. Its popularity among homebuyers in the Pikes Peak Region is attributed to its proximity to downtown Colorado Springs and military installations, alongside rapid residential growth driving commercial and retail expansion.

Adjacent to Powers, Marksheffel encompasses Banning Lewis Ranch, a massive master-planned community with robust infrastructure including a community center, pool, and school, with extensive development underway. This area offers close proximity to Peterson SFB and the Colorado Springs Airport. With an ambitious development plan in place, this area presents an exciting opportunity for those seeking a new home within a vibrant, growing community.



400k – 900k

Fountain, Colorado, just 10 miles south of Colorado Springs, enjoys proximity to Fort Carson army base and a variety of shopping and dining options.

Despite its growth, Fountain retains its small-town charm, offering primarily single-family homes suitable for military families, with some apartments, condos, and townhomes available. Named after Fountain Creek, which runs from the base of Pikes Peak to Pueblo, Fountain’s zip codes include 80910, 80925, and 80911, with students served by Fountain Fort Carson School District 8.

Popular among Fort Carson personnel and those seeking convenient access to both Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Fountain offers diverse housing options, from quaint bungalows to new homes on spacious lots, all while maintaining its small-town feel.