During the winter we celebrate each new dusting or dumping of snow. Most snowfalls are typically followed by bluebird skies.  But for those looking to escape a blustery snow day and still have some fun, Breckenridge offers many wonderful indoor activities. Large groups, families, couples and people of all ages can find the perfect way to spend the day indoors. 

Love to solve riddles, uncover clues or crack codes? Breckenridge is home to two fantastic escape rooms. The Escape Room located on Ridge Street has four rooms each with a different theme and difficulty rating. Private rooms can accommodate 3-11 participants. Mountain Time Escape Room has three locations, two at Main Street Station and one on Main Street. Each location is a private room with a…

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Leaves have fallen and temperatures have dropped. So is the Breckenridge and Summit County real estate market dropping as well? It’s that time of year when fewer people are relocating and fewer people are spending time driving through neighborhoods with wishful thinking. However, as of October 2021, the Rocky Mountain high country remains a seller's market. The most recent Summit County MLS statistics indicate signs of balancing but not dropping or cooling.

The numbers for Fall 2021 remain the same as Summer and are even going up in some categories. 

An increase in active listings is usually a good sign for buyers and they are up, but only  by a slight margin with a current 91 active listings for Breckenridge and 234 for Summit County. An increase…

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Is October still the off season? This time last year, the number of visitors on Main Street looked more like early summer. Occupancy in October 2022 will help determine whether it was a one-time fluke from pent-up travel demand or a reflection of Breckenridge’s growing popularity. We suspect the latter in combination with steady growth in the Front Range where the majority of our second homeowners and visitors originate. Regardless of season or changes brought about by time, a desire to own a home in the High Country of Breckenridge and Summit County remains strong. If your dream home or investment property is on the list below, give us a call! We’re always here to help you find or sell a mountain property, big or small.

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On September 28, the Breckenridge Town Council voted unanimously to place a cap of 2,200 short-term rental licenses on non-exempt properties within the Breckenridge town limits. There are currently approximately 3000 non-exempt short-term licenses within town limits (not including unincorporated Summit County). No current licenses will be revoked. License renewal fees will be increased to discourage homeowners from “holding on” to licenses that are not being used.

Properties exempt from the cap include hotels, lodges and condominiums with 24/7 separate front desk and security staff. Refinements to the cap, such as allowing short-term licenses to be passed on to family members, will be part of the discussion at the next meeting on October 2.

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