Quarterly Micro Market

Looking to dive a little deeper into a specific neighborhood? The Micro Market Report is just what you need! Check out the latest edition below.

Q3 2022

For all properties in Eagle County, the average sold price increased 16.9% since 2021 to $2.06 million, demonstrating the high remand for this area. The average days on market declined 61% to just 30 days across the county. The Town of Vail had an average sold price of $3.31 million, which was a 26% jump from 2021.  Just a few miles from Vail, Minturn saw a 53.4% increase in average sold price to $1.24 million. Down-valley properties in Eagle Ranch, Eagle, and Gypsum had an average sold price of $995,769 which was a 34.2% increase, and the average days on market for this area was just 25, as this market remains competitive for buyers.

This beautiful valley has become even more desirable for both primary residences and vacation homes in recent years, with strong metrics in the real estate market. Every quarter, LIV Sotheby's International Realty produces a Micro Market Report focused on Eagle County's market performance, which includes the Vail Valley. For quarter three, this report is a year-over-year comparison of the first nine months of 2021 compared to the first nine months of 2022, analyzing January through September.`