November 2016

Found 4 blog entries for November 2016.

Steamboat Springs Real Estate Update

Here are our Top 5 Things to know about the Steamboat Springs Real Estate marketing so far this year:

1. September as a month was up almost 37% overall volume wise vs September 2015 and up 12.99% over the first 3 quarters this year.
2. Sales in units were also strong, up 35% for September and 7.2% over the first 3 quarters.
3. Home and condo sales have been exceeding new listings for several weeks now. In some parts of the market prices are not yet moving higher as excess inventory is consumed but prices are increasing where inventory is tight.
As this trend continues, we we are starting to see a Sellers Market in many segments. With this, we are likely to see upward pressure on pricing.
4. Average Price

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Country living at it’s finest!.

If you dream of coming home to your own rural sanctuary with big views and green acres, you need to see this home. Come experience the quality and craftsmanship that went into every detail in this spacious luxury home. Located in Steamboat's hidden gem of a valley behind Emerald Mountain but just 14 minutes from the Library Downtown this home allows you to live a great combination of Steamboat's rural and resort lifestyle.

Cathedral ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows highlight the living room as you enter from the 1000 sq ft covered porch. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the massive 20-foot stone fireplace. This open floor plan flows into the "Social" kitchen where evening meals will be created on

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It’s hard to believe that 20 years ago it was a rare siting to see a moose in Colorado. During the 1970s, only a few stray moose wandered the state. Their numbers were slowly increasing, but not enough to boost the population. In 1978, The Colorado division of Wildlife arranged the first transplant of 12 Utah moose into the Walden area. Then in 1979, 12 more Wyoming moose were transplanted in the same area. After one more transplant in 1987, their numbers soared.

As this population grew, they began migrating over the Continental Divide and into Routt County. The Yampa Valley is ideal habitat for moose and without any natural predators their population is thriving. Moose can be seen almost on any given day in Steamboat Springs. They

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Located in one of Steamboat's friendliest neighborhoods.

This spacious Wyatt Drive home is minutes from schools, the ski area, and downtown. Located directly across from park and within walking distance to Rita Valentine Open Space, this home boasts an open main floor with plenty of natural light and large patio overlooking Emerald Mountain. Downstairs living quarters is currently set up with wet-bar, spare room and entertainment center. This area can be easily converted into extra bedroom with bathroom (which is currently roughed in). Three bedrooms highlight to upper level with a spacious master, complete with walk-in closet and private bath.

With limited inventory in this price range, this home is a tremendous opportunity

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