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March 2010

Found 7 blog entries for March 2010.

Support the long-standing truly unique mountain film festival in Breckenridge and attend the Murder Mystery Dinner at the Lodge and Spa Saturday evening. Breckenridge Associates Real Estate proudly supports this fantastic organization and looks forward to the festival's return June 10-13, 2010.

Murder Mystery Dinner Details:
The Breckenridge Festival of Film presents a night of murder, mystery and delicious dining. The evening kicks off at 6 p.m. tomorrow night, Saturday, March 27, with appetizers and a time to ‘meet the cast’, followed by dinner at 7 p.m. This Murder Mystery dinner features an old west theme with a New Orleans style twist, all taking place Top of the World Restaurant at the Lodge and Spa in Breckenridge.

The cast consists of local celebrity…
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The First Time Home Buyer Credit and Expansion is set to expire at the end of April. Now is the time to take advantage of these home owner incentives.

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 expanded the first-time homebuyer credit by increasing the credit amount to $8,000 for purchases made prior to the June 30, 2010 deadline. Under the current law, an eligible taxpayer must buy, or enter into a binding contract to buy, a principal residence on or before April 30, 2010 and close on the home by June 30, 2010. At this time, qualifying purchases for 2010 would be claimed on 2010 tax forms.

Additional Law Details:
-Authorizes the credit for long-time homeowners buying a new principal residence.
-Raises the income limitations for homeowners claiming…
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The Breckenridge Planning Commission is in a agreement to allow for an alpine coaster at the Breckenridge Ski Resort, according to a recent Summit Daily News article . The plan will now go in front of Town Council March 23 for their feedback or approval.

The ski resort's Alpine Slide is always a big hit with kids of all ages each summer. The mountain coaster is similar to an alpine slide but it's on a rail on raised tracks. Vail Resorts is proposing a 2,500 foot coaster on Peak 8 between two ski runs. There is a similar coaster in Colorado at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.

If approved, construction may start as early as this summer. http://www.BreckenridgeAssociates.com
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Many AT&T customers who live in our have visited Breckenridge this winter have complained of poor cell service in the area, including dropped calls, poor reception and voice mails that have shown up a day later. AT&T is helping to resolve this service problem buy placing a cell on wheels/temporary cell tower at Colorado Mountain College (CMC) to provide supplemental service until the addition of a more permanent Breckenridge location is obtained for a tower (hopefully in the next 6 months). The proposed tower location sits at the northwest corner of the south parking lot at the former CMC campus at 103 S. Harris Street. The permanent location is currently being researched, but will most likely be on one of Breckenridge's taller buildings such as Beaver Run…
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April and springtime at Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone Resort and Arapahoe Basin bring some of the best skiing and riding conditions of the season with sunny blue skies, endless activities for everyone and affordable prices to boot. Enjoy Breckenridge’s Spring Massive with a line-up of events not to miss! Get your live music fix at Copper’s Annual Sunsation where you’re sure to find a band you can jam with! Check out the vibe of the Beach Scene at Arapahoe Basin or the giant kids’ snow fort at Keystone Mountain’s Kidtopia! Stay the night, the weekend or the week and take full advantage of the best lodging rates of the season.

Links to April Fun in the Mountains
Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Spring Massive
Copper Mountain Ski Resort’s Annual Sunsation
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The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a national leader in outdoor adventure education serving all people, while ensuring the outdoors is accessible to those with disabilities and/or special needs.

The BOEC was founded and established in Breckenridge, Colorado, in 1976 as a non-profit educational organization to provide outdoor experiences for people with disabilities and to train the instructors who work with special populations. The organization strives to integrate disability with ability, providing outdoor experiences to all - welcoming people from all around the world with all abilities.

This April, the BOEC and many local businesses are donating a week of relaxation and skiing in early April for 10 military heroes along with their…
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This spring is the time to begin thinking about landscaping for your home along with the beauty and value it can add to your property in a future sale. Our friends at 'A Cut Above Forestry' have a special offer for Breckenridge Associates Real Estate clients.

Breckenridge Associates Real Estate clients are being extended an offer for a free, on-site tree care consultation by a certified arborist. This is a $125 value. Or, choose $50 off tree removal or re-forestation services.

To qualify, either service needs to be ordered by June 1 and completed by September 1, 2010. The tree care consultation offer is limited to lots of 1 acre or less. Tree removal and re-forestation services are site-specific and will require an estimate - estimates are no charge.

'A Cut…
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