Geography of the Pueblo Real Estate Market – Summer 2014 Snapshot

July 15, 2014 at 11:38 am  •  Posted in Pueblo, Real Estate by  •  4 Comments

Here’s a map I produced to help illustrate some of the neighborhood characteristics of the Pueblo Real Estate market. In a recent post I produced a partition of Pueblo Neighborhoods based on Census geography. I don’t yet have the census polygons embedded in TerraSeer’s interactive mapping system but they should arrive before long, probably this fall. In the meantime, I produced a map of all single-family homes currently for sale in Pueblo. You’ll note I excluded Pueblo West and Pueblo County properties to focus on Pueblo’s urban core. I also omitted any property without at least 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and 500 square feet. This keeps some of the dubious listings off the list.


To help illustrate how real estate varies by neighborhood I’ve used color to indicate price per square foot (darker green means higher price per square foot). I’ve also used symbol size to indicate list price (larger circle means higher list price). So, essentially, big dark green circles represent higher priced neighborhoods and small lightly shaded circles represent lower priced neighborhoods. Key neighborhoods are labeled.


  1. Jeff and Karla / August 6, 2014 at 7:11 pm / Reply

    Justin, all the info you provide regarding Pueblo is amazing. We think the City Council and Chamber of Commerce should be paying you! Thanks again! We are looking forward to visiting later this fall.

    • Justin / August 6, 2014 at 10:11 pm / Reply

      I won’t hold my breath waiting for the checks to arrive; but, thank you for the kind words! Cheers, Justin

  2. Dave Brown / September 14, 2014 at 9:17 pm / Reply

    Another great post!
    Would it be possible to create a map showing percentage of rental vs. owner-occupied homes by neighborhood? To me that would be very interesting.

    • Justin / September 14, 2014 at 10:05 pm / Reply

      Hi Dave, certainly possible, just requires time…but time is a very precious commodity these days. I’ll see what I can do but unlikely this week. Cheers, JH

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