Tag - Colroado Real Estate Market

Summit County is a Hot Market for Real Estate, With Significant Increases in Performance for July 2019

With sought-after areas such as Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne, etc. – Summit County is continuing to draw in buyers from the Denver Metro area and outside of the state. With a still reasonable landscape for buyers to invest in and sellers benefiting from an influx of buyers, the desired Summit County...

Denver Metro and Resort Editions of LIV Magazine Have Arrived!

Wondering what the future in real estate holds? Considering going to a festival this summer and not sure which one to tackle first? Look no further than LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s recently released issues of LIV Magazine, with a version dedicated to Denver Metro and Boulder, and a version dedicated to the Colorado resort...

Summit County’s Luxury Real Estate Market is Off the Charts for Performance

Summit County is an eclectic and sought-after market for people from both far-away destinations and nearby Metro Denver. Full of a vibrant culinary scene and adventurous activities, people find a perfect mix of mountain lifestyle while not being too far from the city. For those looking to buy or sell real estate in the ever-popular...

Q1 2019 Micro Market Reports Released by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty (LIV SIR) just released the Q1 Micro Market Reports (MMRs) for 2019, analyzing the real estate market for Denver Metro, Boulder County, the Foothills, Summit County, and the Vail Valley. Demonstrating a strong market, positive results were reported for each of the areas, with each city and neighborhood presenting different...

Progress IS Progress – Insider Perspective from Sotheby’s Real Estate Expert Steve Blank

The real estate market has demonstrated consistent improvement in most every visible category.  Denver is one of the emerging metropolitan areas nationally, leading the country into relatively greener pastures.  Aside from normal economic factors like improved unemployment figures, very low interest rates, lower but rebounding prices, and higher consumer prices, there are other reasons...