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Owning a second home is a great way to build equity, but — just like everything in life— it comes with its own headaches and
Real estate has been an incredibly hot topic over the past year. With trends that most haven’t seen in decades, there have been many uncertainties and questions regarding the state of the industry throughout 2021. Understanding the trends throughout the years can significantly help make sense of the current market.
Timing is everything. If you think the Summer buying season is over and you need to wait until next year, think again! The real estate market continues to trend in ways that we haven’t seen in many years past, and if the thought of selling your Summit County property has crossed your mind a time or two, read on to see if your intuition is telling you something.
Inventory has hit record lows. Days on the market are now measured in hours. Home prices are steadily rising, and more existing homes were sold in 2020 than in any year since 2006. America’s housing market is officially over-heating. This seemingly spiraling phenomenon is actually not so complex, and we hope to adequately explain a bit of what’s currently going on out there.
Fall is here! This is perhaps the most short-lived of all the seasons in the high rockies, but also one of the most beloved. For a window of time, the aspen groves and mountain foliage take on the most exquisite gold, orange and burgundy hues. Whether you are driving, biking, hiking, or lucky enough to see them from your mountain abode, this is a special time of year in Summit County.