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January 2020

Found 4 blog entries for January 2020.

We’ve just launched the signature Winter issue of The Source Magazine where you can find all of Breckenridge Associates Real Estate listings. It is a Buyer’s Guide and a go-to real estate resource distributed county wide. Be sure to pick up a copy when you’re out and about or click to check us out online here.

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Happy New Year! Hope that you and your families had a wonderful holiday season. As life gets back to normal grind, don’t let it get you down. Think of your dream vacation spot…like Breckenridge! Start off the New Year with a mountain getaway.

Here are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals.

1396 Forest Hills Drive
Unbelievable sweeping ski area views from almost every room in this beautifully remodeled Modern Mountain home. Entire west side of this 4 Bedroom, 3 1/2 stunning property consists of floor to vaulted ceiling windows and sliders. Entertaining couldn't be easier in this well laid out property which features an open floor plan with a large kitchen, two islands, beautiful dining area and living room which all enjoy magnificent

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Founded in Breckenridge 30 years ago and proudly sponsored by Breckenridge Associates since the beginning, the International Snow Sculpture Championships will be held in downtown Breckenridge January 20 through 29, 2020.

This year’s event attracted 42 applications, and without doubt, the 16 teams selected from this extensive and talented field will create the most exciting and competitive event ever produced. Participating teams represent 12 countries: Argentina, China, Ecuador, France, Germany, Great Britain, Mexico, Mongolia, India, Switzerland and Turkey, as well as four U. S. teams including our very own Team Breckenridge!

Artists use our local and abundant natural resource—snow!—combining art and sport while transforming 25-ton, 10 by 10

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It’s a conundrum: You’re going to sell the home you’ve lived in for a long time, and you want to get the best price possible. On the other hand, you’re not excited about spending a lot of money to fix up a house you’re leaving. How do you balance the need to show your home at its best and keep your bank account in great shape for your next home purchase? Unlike staging, which is primarily cosmetic, upgrades are designed to bring your property—especially an older home—into the modern age and widen the pool of potential buyers. If you hoping to sell your older home to younger buyers, it’s especially important to update, modernize and refresh. Even a ‘fixer-upper’ will garner more attention and likely a higher selling price, if you’re willing to make upfront

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