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Spring has arrived and Easter is coming early this year! Join us in Breckenridge or in any of the below locations to search for colorful eggs in the snow! Don’t forget to check out a Vipers game when you’re in town!

Saturday, March 31st

Arapahoe Basin
Start the Easter egg hunt early at A-Basin. On Saturday, March 31st there will be 5,000 eggs to find on the mountain. Start your hunt on the Molly Hogan trail if you’re on foot, or head over to Wrangler if you’re on skis. Keep a lookout for the golden eggs - they contain special prizes.

Sunday - April 1st

Hit the slopes and join a mountain Easer scavenger hunt. First lift starts at 8:30. Take your photo with all 5 giant Easter eggs scattered from peak 6 - peak 9. Show your photos at the base of…

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Looking for something to do in Summit County for St. Patrick ’s Day, this Saturday March 17? Whether you're just visiting, new in town or a local, we've got lots of great St. Patty’s day events.

Breckenridge – Luck of the Rockies St. Patty Breckenridge Pub Crawl

In true St. Patrick’s Day spirit, join a pub crawl! Register at Napper Tandy’s and continue the party at participating bars such as Angel’s Hollow, Blue Stag, Gold Pan, Motherloaded, RMU, Tiki Mana and end the evening at the Historic Brown Closing Party. Costumes encouraged! DJ’s and food are part of the crawl.
Contact Napper Tandy’s Pub for pre-registration details.

New Moon Snowshoe Tour

The March new moon falls on St. Patrick ’s Day this year! What better way to enjoy the mountains…

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The Breckenridge real estate market continues to boom! The big story is record low inventory. Now is a great time to sell because there is less competition. And it is a great time to buy before prices continue to climb. The Top 5 properties for March are great spring break getaways. It is not too late to purchase your mountain dream home or condo.

Here are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals for March 2018.

604 Camron Lane
Custom log home with unparallel views of Quandary and the Blue River Valley. The great room and spacious master suite offer soaring ceilings and walls of glass and gorgeous furnishings. The guest suite offers an intimate setting with living area and private balcony. Plenty of room with the finished lower level,…

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Last year, 2017, saw the greatest number of real estate transactions in Summit County since 2007. And record-low inventories, but those did not deter our thirsty Summit County buyers- no surprise to those of us who drink the high country cool aid (not a marijuana joke, just a self-deprecating nod to our rabid love of life in the mountains).

As we travel through the ski season, the properties that appeal to winter buyers are often condos and townhomes- and this February a statistically significant amount, both in Breckenridge and greater Summit, sold. Condos outpaced all other types of real estate and represented double the amount of single-family home sales in Breckenridge in the same time period. Hold onto your beanie for this next statistic. The…

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As the Spring sunlight brightens across the slopes, schools mercifully close to allow time for friends and family to gather to celebrate the passing of deep winter and the emergence of longer, warmer days. Summit Schools take the break late after many of the ski resorts close.  This year's school vacation is from April 16-20 -- we're already in the best place to be for March and early April spring breaks.

Even the most dedicated powder hounds among us breathe a collective sign of relief as the days lengthen and the weather warms -- and not just because Spring is a reliable source of epic powder days. The cycle from dark to light, to the return towards summer, is one that humans have celebrated across cultures and centuries. It remains ingrained in us…

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Ski and Racket Club Townhomes Winter 2018

Selling real estate in winter seem like a challenge when ice and snow might cover the best maintained walkways, icicles hang from the rooflines and greying snow piles. Winter property sales tucked in at 9,600 feet in the Colorado Rockies as we are, ensure that the snow doesn't get dingy and the icicles add charm. Winter in Summit County is a celebration; it has to be. Winter covers the majority of our year. Homeowners in other locations may see winter as bleak and gray with snow, cold and shorter days as hindrance.  For those of us in ski towns, while it's winter we can highlight the many reasons to be living here, especially if you own a ski-in/ski-out home.

We have world-class ski areas and they are a motivating selling tool. We have après ski…

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