Mother Nature has not been very friendly to the Breckenridge ski resorts this fall. Going into the 2014/2015 ski season, there has been little snow that has blanketed the ground. The temperatures have also not been favorable, with temperatures higher than normal. The Breckenridge ski season was suppose to kickoff on Halloween, but because of the warmer temperatures, snowmaking operations have been limited. This Friday, November 7th, the ski season will start with a bang when three ski resorts start their lifts. Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone having been preparing for opening day, by making snow, with the help of the help of Mother Nature and the last storm. According to Laura Parquette, Keystone’s spokeswomen, “The last week has…
Everyone knows Breckenridge is a beautiful place to live, but for those seeking an investment property, Breckenridge real estate is a prime choice. Some buyers never use their homes, but engage the services of a property management company and rent them out as permanent or vacation rentals. Others, enjoy the perfect ski or summer getaway, that pays for itself by renting it when it's free.
Both alternatives work well, depending on your needs, but it's important that you choose a Breckenridge home that has the qualities that best serve as an ideal rental property. Things to consider include:
Location, Location, Location
When seeking Breckenridge investment real estate that's suitable for rental income potential, location should be a key factor. The…
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…
With the busiest selling season behind us, the real estate market in Summit County and Breckenridge has remained stable. The Breckenridge residential market was down almost 3 percent, year-to-date, compared to 2013. The Summit County market outperformed 2013 by almost 4 percent. Below is a snapshot of the year-to-date sales, through September 2014.
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Land Title Guarantee Company just released their July 2014 Market Analysis. A July highlight was that residential sales volume for the month had 158 transactions with $79,171,325 in gross dollar volume. There were 12 properties that sold for $1 million and above. The most active price point in July was higher than our previous few months at $300K to $400K. There were 55 Single family, 103 Multi-family and 14 Vacant land transactions in July.
*Please note: Land Title data comes from actual recorded transactions at the County Clerk and Recorder's Office for that particular month.
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…
Don't miss out on one of the largest spectator events in Colorado. The Stage 5 Finish will be taking place in Breckenridge this afternoon. It is an event that you don't want to miss. Come cheer on the cyclists as they race down Hoosier Pass into town and make the grueling 15 percent incline up Moonstone Road before they finish. Enjoy all day activities. To get the best seats in the house, make sure you are where you want to watch the race by 1 p.m. If you need further race details, please feel free to contact me.
The Annual Breck Bike Week will be returning to Breckenridge, August 20 through the 24th. Breckenridge is passionate about their cyclists and the town was recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Cyclists. So if you love riding your bike, you don't want to miss out on the bike demos, bike tunes, guided tours on Breckenridge's best trails, and so much more! There are activities for all ages and ability levels. And most of the activities are free!
Another bicyclists dream will be on August 22nd, when the USA Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 5 Finish takes place in Breckenridge. Today, the USA Pro Cycling Challenge kicked off the seven day race in Aspen. They will begin their journey through the majestic Rocky Mountains,…
Land Title Guarantee Company just released their second quarter statistics for 2014. Here are a few Summit County real estate statistics that you might find interesting.
- The average residential sales price is up 7.57% from last years second quarter numbers
- The average residential price per square foot is up 3.36% from last years second quarter numbers
- Buyer's came from all over. Locals made up 22.75% of the buyers, 41.86% of the buyers were from the Front Range, and 34.19% of buyers were from out-of-state.
For more information on the Breckenridge or Summit County real estate markets, please contact me.