Summit County Colorado Real Estate Information

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2010 

If you haven't been to Summit County, Colorado in the last few years, you haven't seen the dying orange and dead brown lodge pole pines left by the pine beetles.  According to the Denver Post, over 3 million acres of trees have been killed in Colorado and Wyoming.  http://www.denverpost.com/ci_14...
08/23/2010
Last month, I traveled back to Nebraska for my high school reunion.  One of my classmates built and owns a beautiful sporting club where clay pigeon shooting is one of the attractions.  http://www.oak-creek-club.com/   Having not shot a shotgun in, oh, 20 years, and wearing 4" platform sandals, I...
08/23/2010
Last week one of the sales representatives from a local title company stopped by my office.  His company is offering seller financing services whereby the title company insures the seller and his or her loan position, manages the payment services, escrows for taxes and insurance, and assists wit...
08/23/2010
  I know you have had this happen before.  If you are a real estate broker, you may have had a listing for months, or even years.  All of a sudden, there is an interested buyer, then another, and maybe even another.  After sitting on the market all this time, your property has captured some good ...
08/06/2010
Accidental dialing.  It happens.  If you let your kids play with your cell phone, it most certainly will happen.   I get a call a week from my friend Brandi's phone.  But it's not Brandi . . . it's her two year old daughter Olivia.  I'm the first person on her contacts, Olivia's always dialing me...
08/06/2010
Foreclosure Update for June 2010 - reported August 2010 In this economy, before people spend money, they want to know they are getting a good deal.  That's why I get asked about foreclosures almost every week!  The assumption is that a foreclosure is a deal.  Usually this assumption is correct.  ...
08/04/2010
Warren Buffet, the uber wealthy investor, once said: "We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful." Greed. We learned as kids to not be greedy. We learned to share. But in the current real estate climate, especially in the resort market whe...
08/04/2010
Real Estate Statistics for Summit County Colorado.  June 2010, reported in August 2010  June 2010 had a total of 120 residential improved transactions, up 34 from 86 in May 2010.  That's an increase of 39.5%.  Total residential dollar volume in June was $78.3 million up from $61.8 million in May....
08/04/2010
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