Rolo Cuadrado's (rolandotherealtor) Blog

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Real Estate Agent - Colorado Mountain College
RECENT BLOG POSTS
From the Summit Daily news: "Vail Resorts pulled out of Colorado Ski Country USA, a state trade association, over philosophical differences Wednesday, the chairman of Colorado Ski Country's board of directors confirmed." It will be interesting to see how this organization can survive without the ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
This is a current market snapshot for the NON-ski towns in Summit County, Colorado. Click here for a similar look at our 3 ski towns, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, & Keystone. RolandoTheRealtor, RE/MAX Properties of the Summit, works with buyers and sellers in Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dill...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Here's a current snapshot of Summit County's available ski town properties. This only includes the ski communities of Keystone, Copper Mountain, and Breckenridge. Click here for a similar look at our three non-ski towns, Dillon, Frisco, & Silverthorne, Colorado. RolandoTheRealtor, RE/MAX Properti...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Summit County, Colorado April 2008 Real Estate Highlights (Compiled from county records, courtesy Land Title) The Summit County average prices continue to increase. The April Gross Residential Price Index indicates that Multi-Family average price ($456,267) is higher than 2007 ($406,529) and 2006...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Breckenridge, Colorado 1BR/2BA condo. Panorama Alpine Condo, 505 S. Ridge Street #301, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424 Perfect location in the heart of Breckenridge. Beautifully remodeled with wood laminate floors, designer kitchen, and nice furnishings. Amazing views of the ski area! Walk to everyt...
Posted almost 6 years ago
"BOOM!" We hear it often here in the High Country.Living near a ski resort offers some unique experiences. Most of the ski areas use avalanche bombs to control slides. By creating controlled avalanches, they are able to prevent unexpected disasters. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT...
Posted about 6 years ago
Most new and older homes in unincorporated Summit County are on well water systems. Many well permits, issued by the Colorado Division of Water Resources, limit the allowable use of water to indoor purposes only. The state can fine violators that use water from an "exempt" well for irrigating a l...
Posted about 6 years ago
"Wait a minute Mr. Postman..."There is very limited mail delivery in Summit County and its towns. Most residents rent a post office box. The box fee may be waived if you can prove residency in specific areas. A few neighborhoods and subdivisions do have mail delivery. There are full service Post ...
Posted about 6 years ago
"Where, oh where has my little dog gone?"Summit County Animal Control enforces leash laws for the unincorporated parts of the County. The Animal Control Dept. also enforces domestic pet regulations related to issues such as loud and barking dogs, dog bites, and dogs running loose. Our dog was pic...
Posted about 6 years ago
Thanks Jennifer for another great conference call. A few months ago, I bought the Non-Dorky Letter book and used it as a guide to prepare the letter below. I sent it to 150 contacts around the country, mostly in Texas, none in Colorado.I got a handful of phone call and a few emails, mostly from c...
Posted about 6 years ago
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