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July 2020

Found 3 blog entries for July 2020.

In the cool High-Country mountains, our temps don’t get too hot, but the real estate market sure does! The Summit County sales volume is currently 1.5 million dollars higher than this time last year. Record low interest rates on mortgages, low inventory and lack of space for new builds have turned the market scorching hot. Buyers don’t want to miss out on an opportunity to own a home in the place they love.

Here are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals for August 2020.

107 North Harris Street #106
Walk to everything from this nicely furnished 2 bedroom 2 bathroom in the heart of Breckenridge. Only 2 blocks to Main Street and 3 blocks to the gondola. Enjoy underground parking and easy first floor access as well as updated counters,

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Hiking is a popular Summit County activity for both visitors and local alike. For those unfamiliar with the area, a quick Google search, a visit to the Welcome Center or asking frontline workers is a good way to get information on which trails to take in. It’s no surprise that the most popular trails are mentioned time and time again. On the weekends or busiest summer days, parking can sometimes be hard to come by and hikers may find themselves one of hundreds making their way up at these beloved sites. For a hiker hoping for a bit of solitude during peak periods, avoiding the hot spots is the best bet. Because we love sharing our knowledge of the area, we’re going to let you in on some great secret trail options that don’t make the “most popular” lists.

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Our Summit County summers are short and most of us want to squeeze out every last drop before the snow starts falling again. With the temps taking a big dive as soon as the sun gets low in the sky, it can be a bit too frigid to enjoy a drink or meal in an outdoor living area. Fire pits and patio heaters are ideal to stay cozy while enjoying some more outdoor time. For you and your guests to be safe and in line with new county ordinances, we’ve put together some helpful information for fire pits and outdoor patio heating.

Fire Pits and Chimineas: You don’t have to be a pyromaniac to love sitting around a nice fire on a cool Summit County evening. Many mountain homes come equipped with outdoor fire pits ranging from manmade with a wood-burning ring of

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