The local housing market is not letting off any steam, with September home sales surging 9.3% over last year. But the overheated condo market is even hotter. With the strong demand for starter homes, condo sales jumped by 20% year over year in September, and the supply has shrunk by nearly 50%, according to sales reports just released by the Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS. The average price for a townhome or condo is close to $200,000, a 9.6% increase so far in 2017. Single family home prices are up 6.3% year over year.