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Overall, the Breckenridge residential real estate market has remained constant compared to 2013.  Currently, year-to-date, the residential market is almost one percent ahead of last year.  July 2014 saw similar sales numbers compared to the same time in 2013.  The number of condos sold was the only property type that saw a decrease in the number of sales. 

Following are the year-to-date numbers for Breckenridge Sold Properties.

If you are considering buying or selling your mountain property this summer, please let me put my experience go to work for you. Please contact me or call Andrew Biggin, 970.547.7751.

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Today starts a new month!  Summer seems to be flying by and the start of school seems to be just around the corner.  As of August 1st, 2014, there are 528 active listings available in Breckenridge.  Compared to years past, there is less available inventory.  Last year, there were over 600 active listings on the market at the beginning of August. 

If you are considering buying or selling your mountain property before summer is over, please let me put my experience go to work for you. Please contact me or call Andrew Biggin, 970.547.7751.

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These tables help provide an insight on how the residential real estate market is performing in Breckenridge and Summit County.  The residential market continues to show strong signs of growth year over year since the market downturn.  If you are considering listing your mountain property this summer, please let me put my experience to work for you. 

Please contact me or call Andrew Biggin, 970.547.7751.

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The vacation home market saw it's best year in 2013 since the National Association of Realtors began tracking in 2003.   In 2013, the vacation home market saw a 30 percent increase in the number of sales.  This being one of the largest gains, the confidence levels of buyers is starting to get stronger.  According to the Wall Street Journal, "Economists note that the vacation-home market was a beneficiary of last year's big gains in the stock market and rising home values, bringing buyers more wealth and confidence."  Because of this "wealth effect", many buyers are looking at real estate as a solid investment.  For 2013, the vacation home sales made up 13 percent of the total U.S. homes sales.  This is up from 2012, when the vacation market only totaled

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