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This chart shows the real estate selling seasons in Breckenridge.  The summer months being overwhelmingly the primary selling season.  This is a significant factor for either buying or selling strategies to take into consideration when deciding to purchase or sell a property in Breckenridge or Summit County.

If you would like to learn more on this please contact me, Andrew Biggin, 970-547-7751 or andrew@BreckenridgeAssociates.com 

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The Summit Association of Realtors was privileged to host the powerhouse breakfast meeting at The Lodge At Breckenridge this morning with the CEOs of the local ski areas, some of the top and most visited ski resorts in the world.  A common opinion topic of discussion among these leaders was the concern for employee housing and the plans of working closely with local towns, communities and counties to work on solutions for this in the future.  John Buhler, the CEO for Breckenridge, mentioned that Vail Resorts had slated $30 million as an initial step to investigate and initiate plans to help resolve this issue.Summit County Colorado Ski Area Bosses

Left to right: Rob Goodell-Loveland Ski Area, John Buhler-Breckenridge Ski Resort,
Mike Goar-Keystone Ski Resort, Gary Rodger-Copper Mountain

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How did it get to be the holiday season already?  The ski season is in full swing after a tremendous start with snow continuing to fall.  Breckenridge Ski Resort has reported 22 inches of snow in the last seven days and all Peaks are open.  Let's just keep dancing to Ullr to keep the snow a comin'!

With the entire ski season before us, now is a great time to get settled into your own Breckenridge home or condo.  Family traditions are important and it is never too late to start creating them in our charming mountain town.  As of December 22nd, 2015, there are currently 244 active residential listings in Breckenridge.  Inventory remains at historic lows compared to years past, but there are some beautiful opportunities currently available.  Remember, you

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Over 7,000 square feet, sitting on 6.7 very private acres. 
5 bedrooms | 9 bathrooms.
Tremendous mountain views, National Forest access close by, rare and ancient Jerusalem stone, wood from Sears Tower, antique tile and stain glass from Paris, a waterfall art feature, gourmet kitchen. A remarkable home.

To see more visit, www.223LittleSallieBarber.com

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Breckenridge Ski Resort is 100 percent open for the season! Today, the last of the peaks, Peak 10, was open to the season, making it official that all of the terrain is now open. On December 16th, the famous Peak 6 opened for the season with some of the best powder throughout the resort. Access some the additional 543 skiable acres via the Zendo and Kensho Superchair. Catch your breath, the top elevation is 12,300 feet above sea level. The Breckenridge Ski Resort also kicked off today the new opening lift time of 8:30 a.m. giving you the opportunity to ski more and access to the powder first thing in the morning.

The snow should be in top shape for skiing over winter break. In the last week, the Breckenridge Ski Resort has reported 19 inches of

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How did it get to be December already?  The ski season is in full swing after a rocky start.  Breckenridge Ski Resort has reported 20 inches of snow in the last seven days and they are opening new terrain daily.  Let’s just keep dancing to Ullr for a really snowy winter!

With the entire ski season ahead of us, now is a great time to get settled into your own Breckenridge home.  It is never too late to start creating memorable family traditions.  As of December 1st, 2014, there are currently over 350 active listings available.   Even though inventory continues to remain low compared to years past, there is a place that you and your family can call home.  Take a minute and search the entire MLS here.  And if you have any questions about Breckenridge or

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Breckenridge Ski Resort was unable to open last Friday due to Mother Nature's warmer temperatures and drier fall.  Snowmaking efforts were slowed until this last week when the weather took a turn.  The temperatures are much cooler and snow has started to fall.  Breckenridge will be officially opening this Friday, November 14th!  So get your skis and snowboarders ready for a great kick off to the ski season!
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With the ski season on everyone’s mind, now is a great time to think about booking your trip to Breckenridge this winter.  The occupancy and revenue among the ski resorts set record-breaking numbers this summer and is boosting the winter bookings as well.

DestiMetrics, is a Denver-based organization that follows 19 mountain resorts in six western states.  DestiMestrics may not reflect the entire mountain destination travel industry, but is analyzes data from about 290 property management companies, that manage about 27,500 rooms across Colorado, Utah, California, Nevada, Oregon, and Wyoming.  They have announced that as of September 30, 2014, the bookings for the upcoming ski season, November through March, show a total of 7.4 percent gain in occupancy

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Huge ski area and mountain views from this spacious home.  Set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac.  Sunshine galore from the large deck.  Great place to spend your summer and fall evenings having a family barbeque.

15 Dunkin Drive

To see more, please click here or call Andrew Biggin, 970.547.7751

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The annual Breckenridge Rubber Ducky Race is returning this Labor Day weekend.  The Summit Foundation is happy to celebrate 27 years of racing.  Join thousands of viewers on Saturday, August 30th on the Blue River running through Breckenridge.  Enjoy a day of events for the entire family, starting at 11 a.m. 

There will be three duck races throughout the day.  Starting at 1 p.m., the Hudson Auto Source Kids Duck Dash will start.  As many as 750 ducks are dropped into the Blue River at the Adams Street Bridge.  Peak-A-Boo Toys, Vail Resorts Echo and other businesses will be donating more than 40 prizes for the kids’ race. 

At 2 p.m., the second rubber ducky race will begin from Main Street Station.  This is the Business Battle Duck Race, sponsored

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