June 2016

Found 5 blog entries for June 2016.

Summit County saw increases in average and residential median prices for the first quarter of 2016, according to a regional economic update issued by the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG). According to the report, from Q1 2015 to Q1 2016, the median household price increased 16.4 percent in Summit (from $354,500 to $412,500).

Additional northwest Colorado counties observed various outcomes: Pitkin reported a 68.1-percent jump in the median household price, while Grand detected a 1.4-percent gain and Eagle observed a 14.3-percent drop.

The average household price in Summit leaped 9.1 percent, from $536,768 to $585,809. Meantime, the county additionally observed gains in the average household price per square foot, up 5.7 percent at

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Why You Should Use Realtors such as Bret and Meredith Amon when buying and selling homes and condos in Breckenridge, Keystone, Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon and Copper Mountain.

  • As a layperson, you do not know what you do not find out when it comes to managing the single largest transaction you'll likely make in your life.
  • A real estate agent serves as a ninja negotiator to obtain the best price and terms that the market will bear while preserving your interests.
  • Agents are connected to a plethora of industry specialists to help you get the deal done.

As with most significant things in life, you would not try to handle a legal situation without an attorney, build your residence or take on the IRS by yourself to dispute a tax

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More than a third indicate that the White House hopefuls are doing a poor job of articulating their stances

This November, think of Breckenridge real estate and housing while voting.

Key Takeaways

  • loanDepot researched how candidates' housing and finance policies will impact voters' decisions at the polls this November. According to the survey, 21 percent of Americans said candidates' housing and finance policies will influence their vote.
  • Nearly 25 percent of voters predict they'll be worse off financially in 2016, while only 6 percent say they'll be better off.
  • When voters are broken down by age, millennials are worried the most about their financial prospects. Thirty-six percent say they don't make enough money, and 46 percent are
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Understanding tax deeds when buying and selling real estate in Summit County, Colorado. Breckenridge, Keystone, Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon and Copper Mountain.

What is a tax lien?
If property taxes are delinquent, the Treasurer is authorized to sell the property for unpaid taxes. Delinquent real estate taxes go to tax lien sale annually, generally toward the end of the year. At the Tax Lien Sale, investors pay the delinquent amount due on a property, which grants the investor a lien on the property.

The Tax Lien Sale allows the taxing authorities to receive their budgeted revenue without having to wait for the delinquent taxes to be collected. It also offers an investment opportunity to the general public, as individuals purchasing tax lien

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Breckenridge Highlands. 100 Glenwood Circle. Breckenridge, Colorado 80424

Every once in a while, an opportunity to own a special piece of Breckenridge presents itself.  Welcome to 100 Glenwood Circle, a grand home with extraordinary quality in every facet. From the first moment you enter this custom home, you are enveloped by picturesque mountain views, natural light and custom craftsmanship.

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Ideally perched on Diamond Point, this majestic masterpiece offers inspiring views of the Ten Mile Range. The home boasts a roomy 5,500 square feet of intimacy. Immerse yourself in the mountain lifestyle with two outdoor heated entertainment areas with fireplaces, a sunken hot tub and gourmet cooking stations. Six fireplaces, multiple outdoor decks, touch

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