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Living Greener!!

In Celebration of Earth Day this week, 5280 has provided us with 40 Ways to be Greener Everyday.  Take some time to read this great article! 40 Ways To Be Greener Everyday  

Summit County 2019 1st Quarter Market Report

The Summit County real estate market continues to hold strong as we move through 2019.  Our low inventory continues to push prices upward and the percent of SOLD price to LIST price remains above 98%.  Summit County’s average price has increased by 16.7% in 2019 to $857,056 over 2018’s average sales price of $734,206.  We are seeing a slight increase of Average Days on Market going from an average of 58 days in 2018 to 67 days for the 1st quarter of 2019. To view LIV Sotheby’s complete 2019 1st Quarter Micro-Market Report CLICK HERE Listed below is a market review...
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An Evening of Fabulous Music – Summit County...

Last night my husband and I attended a fundraiser for the NRO (National Repertory Orchestra – more about this organization later!) Jim Salestrom entertained us with wonderful music accompanied by 6 past performers with the NRO on violin, viola, & cello, and Ken Miller, Director of Music and Entertainment at the Broadmoor on keys.  It was an absolutely marvelous evening of beautiful mountain music. Salestrom was born and raised in my home state of Nebraska – so, of course he must be a great guy (said this Nebraska girl).  Additionally, this Emmy Award Winning Songwriter and amazing guitarist has a...
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Short-Term Rentals in Summit County

Are you a homeowner in Summit County who also rents their mountain property (or even just a room in your mountain property) on a short-term basis?  Short-term means less than 30 days.  If so – then continue reading as these new regulations apply to YOU!!! If you rent your Summit County property on a short-term basis, then you need to be aware of new regulations for these rentals.  The county (unincorporated Summit County) and each of the towns (Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne, and Blue River) have implemented new short-term lodging regulations and taxes.  Every individual short-term unit requires its own...
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