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The Sky is the Limit for Businesses in Greeley…

We are home to a diverse mixture of industries, from breweries to oil and gas, from unique shops to food processing, and from agricultural innovation to an incredible concentration of creative industries and individuals. Our community scores highly in rankings of employment, population, and wages. Greeley is known for reasonably priced housing with easy access to Windsor, Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Boulder, and Denver.

Awards and Rankings

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#5

Boomtown in America, SmartAsset 2019
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#5

Fastest Growing Cities in America, Jobs and Economy, WalletHub 2020
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#8

Job Growth, Forbes 2019
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Top 20%

Economic Strength Rankings (77/383), Policom 2021
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16th

Best for First Time Home Buyers, WalletHub 2020
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#9

Top 10 Booming College Towns, CardRates.com 2018

Greeley's Top Employers of 2021

The Economic Health & Housing (EHH) department has released their annual list of Greeley’s top employers for 2021. Click here to visit EHH’s website to learn more about what we do!

Population – 107,000
Median Age – 31.4 years
Median Household Income – $52,098
Per Capita Income – $25,909
Median Home Price – $282,350
Unemployment Rate: 2.6% (1/2/18)
High School Degree or Higher – 84.5%
Source: City of Greeley Long Range Planning, Esri Community Analyst, Colorado State Demography Office (DOLA), and 2016 Information Real Estate Services (IRES)

Real Estate Market Reports

Greeley, as the Weld County seat, enjoys strong and healthy market conditions. To give you a better sense of the health of our market, check out our library of recent reports from CoStar™ for each of the following property classes.

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