The temps are a bit warmer and the days are a bit longer. We are starting to see little signs that spring is on its way. But don’t fret, March is the snowiest month in Breckenridge, so there should still be plenty of powder days ahead! This spring, take advantage of the Top 5 properties for March 2022. You can always count on your Breckenridge Associates agent to be the first to know when a new property becomes available, or it just might be on the list below!

Here are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals for March 2022.

All day sun! Amazing South Park views! Beautiful aspen grove! This one-acre Warm Springs Ranch property is one of 12 with direct access to shared HOA horse pasture. Easy build in gated community…

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What You Need to Know for Preparing Your Home for a Summer Sale

Your Summit County home is likely one of your most valuable assets and most beloved material possessions. If now is the time to sell, you understandably want to maximize your investment to its fullest potential. In our current seller’s market, you might think you don’t need to do anything to help your property sell, but pre-sale preparation can help your home stand out from the competition, shorten time on the market, increase the sale price and avoid problems after the property goes under contract.   

The First Impression is Key

1.       Maximize curb appeal: In summer, add colorful potted flowers and hanging baskets. Pull weeds and trim branches. Remove dead brush. Put away yard…

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Mortgage Rate Predictions for 2022

After interest rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages hit a record low of 2.66% at the tail end of 2020, the rates rose modestly at the start of 2021 hovering below 3% for much of the year. While 2022 kicked off with low mortgage rates, they have seen an uptick recently. There are two major factors at play here: increasing inflation and a growing economy. That said, mortgage rates can always rise and fall for a variety of reasons. At a basic level, a growing economy leads to higher mortgage rates while a slowing economy leads to lower mortgage rates.

Overall, mortgage rates are expected to go up in 2022, particularly with the Federal Reserve's indication of an increase to the bench mark interest rates and Federal…

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