The snow is continuing to fall in Summit County. It is the one of the best starts to a ski season in years. Along with the great snow, are great month end statistics for Breckenridge and Summit County.
In Breckenridge, the market is continuing to grow. At the end of November, the residential market in Breckenridge was ahead of 2012 by 21 percent. In 2012, there were only 496 residential properties sold, year-to-date. Since the beginning of 2013, 601 residential properties have sold. For the month of November, the total number of residential properties sold was slightly below November 2012. In November 2013, there were 29 single family homes sold; 4 duplexes sold; 22 condos sold; and 5 townhomes sold. In addition to the positive outlook of properties sold, the number of active listings has also dropped. As of the first of December, there were 396 active listing compared to 429 in 2012. There is one area that is seeing a decline since 2012. The average sales price of single family homes and duplexes has dropped 10.34 percent, to $786,934.
Summit County's real estate market is having a strong performance as well. At the end of November, the residential market was outperforming 2012 by almost 17 percent. There have been 1705 properties sold in 2013. The month of November, for Summit County residential properties sold, was similar to the Breckenridge market- the number of total residential properties sold was down for the month. For the month of November 2013, 69 single family homes sold; 10 duplexes sold; 63 condos sold; and 15 townhomes sold. The active listings have also declined from 2012 to 2013, with 1307 to 1216, respectively.
With ski season in full swing, this is a great time to get your family mountain getaway and enjoy the snow! Please contact your Realtor at Breckenridge Associates Real Estate to learn about real estate in Breckenridge and Summit County, Colorado. Call us at, 800.774.7970 or 970.453.2200. Click here for the latest news about Breckenridge Real Estate.Posted by Breckenridge Associates Real Estate on
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