Summit County has few parcels that are available for development. Especially parcels that are zoned for 40 units. Attention Developers, if you are looking for your next project, take a close look at this amazing one of a kind opportunity. This is Phase 2 of The Seasons at Keystone located in Keystone Colorado near the Keystone Lodge and ...Read more
Buying a Vacation Home With Friends – aka the I-70 Avoidance Plan. If you live in Denver and love to ski or ride in the mountains, you are well aware of the fiery dragon between you and the prize: I-70 traffic. The reality of day tripping to the mountains on weekends is hindered by the fact that you will be with ten ...Read more
I get asked weekly about whether owning a property in Summit County is a "good investment?" In this video, I will walk you through a spreadsheet detailing the actual costs and benefits of owning 4 different mountain properties. These numbers were compiled from MLS information and actual rental numbers. Spoiler alert - taking into ...Read more
Summit County Real Estate continues to increase in value and inventory is low. Here is a review of 3Q 2016 Statistics brought to you by . . .me. This presentation comes with slick charts and graphs to give you the latest and greatest information! ...Read more
If you know me, you know I have a lot to say. Especially about Summit County Real Estate! It's my passion and I've collected many stories and experiences to share with you! If you have ideas for my blog, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and share them! Watch for more to come and until then, keep living the dream! Am ...Read more
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Communities In and Around The Area
Where do you want to be?
With a charming historic Main Street, a wide variety of shops and restaurants, and a world-class ski resort at the edge of town, Breckenridge has a lot to offer locals and visitors. These qualities make it the largest, most popular, and most expensive area in the county. There is a free bus system that makes most areas of town easily accessible to the ski lifts. With several new luxury developments, particularly at the base of Peak 8, Breckenridge will continue to be a premier destination.
Also a historic mining town, Frisco has a quaint Main Street with shopping and restaurants. From Main Street there is free bus access directly to both Breckenridge and Copper. Although it is not next to a ski area, Frisco has remained very popular due to its central location within the county and its reputation as not being as big and busy as Breckenridge.
Copper Mountain has grown to be a very popular ski resort and draws skiers from around the world to its naturally divided terrain. Almost all of the properties in this small resort area are walking distance to the ski lifts and the two small villages with shops and restaurants. Properties range from small studios to large luxury homes on the ski runs.
Keystone has also grown and improved over the years to become the third-most visited ski resort in North America. There are several distinct areas within the resort with different aspects and ages, all either walking distance to the lifts or served by the free shuttle to the slopes. Keystone has excellent year-round activities with almost as many skiers per year as Breckenridge. With a smaller rental pool and lower prices, Keystone offers great rental potential for the price.
Dillon is centrally located to all Summit County activities, and is an affordable alternative to the ski areas. The core town area is right on the edge of Lake Dillon and is especially lively in the summer when locals and visitors enjoy the marina and outdoor activities along the lakeshore. Dillon Valley, bordered by I-70 and Route 6, is one of the most affordable areas within the county and is therefore occupied mostly by full time residents.
Nestled between the Gore and Williams Fork Ranges, Silverthorne homes often have fantastic views. Although not as “walkable” a town as the others, this is a central location with a wide variety of properties ranging from very affordable condos to luxurious ranches and golf course homes. North of town towards Kremmling is a great area for open spaces and large acreage properties.
The area south of Breckenridge to Hoosier Pass is a great option for those who want a single family home in a secluded location. Within a few minutes of Breckenridge, the homes in this area are much less expensive than in town and with the right qualities can generate very good rental income.
Everyone has different goals, budgets and ideas for their mountain home. The more thought you put into what you want, the easier your choices will be.
The bottom line is,
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