May 2015

There are 3 blog entries for May 2015.

The last vacant lot in the prestigious Shock Hill neighborhood just sold!  Earlier this week, ROCA Holdings, a local developer, purchased the 6.67 acre parcel of land, overlooking Cucumber Patch.  The prime piece of real estate, located at the Shock Hill gondola mid-station, sold for $10.25 million, making it one of the largest land transactions in Breckenridge.  The Shock Hill neighborhood is one of Breckenridge’s most sought after neighborhoods. 

The property had been listed since 2013, after the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts lost the property. Many developers were interested in building a luxury lodge on the property, but they received backlash from the homeowners and the struggling real estate market to move forward with any plans.  Now, Shock Hill

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Springtime in the Rockies is starting to wrap up.  We are starting to look ahead to the crisp, warm summer nights and all the fun events that take place once the snow melts in Breckenridge.  Below, check out some of the off season deals that can be yours!  Now is a great time to settled into a mountain home to enjoy the mountains this summer. 

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Thinking of selling your Breckenridge home this summer?  Now is a great time to start preparing as a seller to make your home stand our from the others!  Let me put my real estate experience to work for you. 

Real estate in Summit County is off  a stellar start.  Here are a few statistics that should get you excited about getting your mountain home sold this summer.

*The average residential price in Summit County is up 4.46% compared to last year's numbers
*The gross sales volume for Summit County is up 8.29% compared to last year's numbers
*The number of real estate transactions that have taken place in Summit County are up 7% compared to same time in 2014

*Statistics released from Land Title Guarantee Company, May 12, 2015.

 

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