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Market 2016 chart from CC

A Closer Look at the 2016 Real Estate Market

December 2016 capped a strong fourth quarter, one that nearly eclipsed the first three of the year. While it wasn’t enough to pull 2016 up to the levels of the prior two years, the final four months of 2016 nearly equaled the first eight, as election-year hesitation was replaced by some pent-up demand. Aspen’s considerable 12-month drop seemed to have as much to do with weak inventory as election-year jitters, so we’re pleased to see the increase in single-family home inventory — increasing demand should allow prices to stay strong. With adequate inventory and its comfortable price advantage over Aspen, Snowmass maintained its performance, actually growing dollar volume by 3%. Basalt also fared well, especially in average sales prices which, overall, grew by an impressive 13%. Continue reading

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Aspen Report cover Oct 2014

The Aspen Report: Looking Like a Seller’s Market

We’ve completed our analysis of real estate activity through October 2014, slicing and splicing the data every which way but loose. You’ll find the full version of the latest Aspen Report on our website (under Resources, then Publications) — and it’s a numbers person’s dream. In an effort to summarize and identify trends, here we bring you the most pertinent key points about the local market, which encompasses Aspen, Snowmass Village, and Basalt. Continue reading

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Aspen 2013, by the numbers

2013 was a transitional year for the upper Roaring Fork Valley real estate market — a year of stabilization and balance in some areas, and clear growth in others. We’re still finalizing our analyses (look for the comprehensive big picture in our 2013 ASPEN REPORT, out in February) — but here are some of our initial findings… Continue reading

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