Monthly Archives: November 2013

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Our newest broker shares insights from national conference

Recently elected Aspen Board of Realtors president Karen Toth is just back from a National Association of Realtors conference in San Francisco. From her new desk at our company — welcome, Karen! — she has some insights to share on the state of the real estate industry nationwide, and how these trends affect the Aspen/Snowmass market. Continue reading

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Powder day probable for early Aspen Mountain opening

This weekend’s early opening of Aspen Mountain is looking to include a powder day.

Storm forecaster Powderchaser Steve is issuing an epic alert for Aspen and meteorologist Joel Gratz of Open Snow is predicting 10 to 19 inches through the weekend on Aspen Mountain. Continue reading

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Aspen Club Resort to break ground next spring

Groundbreaking for the Aspen Club expansion and Auberge Residences project is now set for spring 2014.

The concept of a comprehensive wellness facility in the heart of Aspen should be a global draw, says Aspen Club owner Michael Fox, who presented his vision of the Aspen Club Resort project at an Aspen Business Luncheon event this past summer. Continue reading

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Staging for success

Now more than ever, staging has become a vital part of the real estate sales process.

Because more and more buyers are shopping for property online as at least part of the process, getting a home cleaned, prepped, and decorated for sale “is so much more important today,” says Tara Turner, one of our brokers and an expert in staging.

And that’s even more true in the Aspen/Snowmass area, notes Tara, because “our buyers aren’t here. They’re making split-second decisions based on things they see online. If they see faded towels or dated furniture, they focus on that rather than the bones of the house.” Continue reading

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