The summer got off to a late start after lots of spring snow. Summer temperatures never climbed to their usual heights, which we all know are never scorching. More rain than usual has kept Colorado exceedingly green and made recreating a little wetter. In spite of all this, real estate sales volume stayed relatively consistent. Compared to last year’s total number of transactions, 2014 is down a couple of percentage points in Breckenridge and up 3% over the entire county. This small change suggests some buyers didn’t get the ski-town home they were seeking and that winter season sales could be better than normal.
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