Mountain Events: 10/17-18

Saturday, October 17th 

Gold Panning: 10am Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

Women of Bill’s Ranch Historic Walk Tour: 10am – 12pm Town of Frisco * Advanced reservation and tickets needed

Sunday, October 18th 

Women’s Mountain Biking Clinic: 9:30am Frisco Bike Park

Ceramic Open Studio: 10am – 2pm Ceramic Studio, Breckenridge

Historic Walking Tour: 10am Frisco Historic Park and Museum, tickets needed

Remember to wear your mask, physically distance, and be kind!

Mountain Events: Oct. 9 – 11

Friday, October 9th 

Annual Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard Swap: 6p – 9p 150 W Adams Ave. Breckenridge.

Breckenridge Haunted Tour: 7:30p Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

Saturday, October 10th

Dia De Los Muertos Festivals – various activities

Annual Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard Swap: 9a – 12p 150 W Adams Ave. Breckenridge

Second Saturday: 10a – 1p Arts District Campus, Breckenridge

Women of Bill’s Ranch Historic Walking Tour: 10am – 12p Town of Frisco (Tickets required)

Sunday, October 11th 

Ceramic Open Studio: 10a – 2p Ceramic Studio, Breckenridge

Historic Walking Tour: 10a – Town of Frisco (Tickets Required)

Mountain Events: Oct. 2-4

Friday, October 2nd 

October First Friday: 4:30pm – 6:30pm Art & Activity Stroll, Silverthorne Performing Arts Center

Saturday, October 3rd 

Book Drive for Donations: 9a – 12p Summit County Library Locations

Mountain Skills & Safety Workshop: 5:30pm Colorado Adventure Guides, Breckenridge

TedX Breckenridge – Connection: 5:30pm Virtual Event

Sunday, October 4th 

Ceramic Open Studio: 10a – 2pm Ceramic Studio, Breckenridge

 

Mountain Events: Sept. 18 – 20

Friday, September 18th 

Bonus Dillon Farmers Market! 9a – 2p Dillon

Clay Hand Building – 1p – 3:30p Ceramics Studio, Breckenridge

Breckenridge Haunted Tour: 7:30p Welcome Center, Breckenridge

Breck Film Festival – virtual and drive-in various events

Saturday, September 19th 

Breck Film Festival – virtual and drive-in various events

SUP Yoga: 9a Maggie Pond, Breckenridge

Arapahoe Basin Activities: Including biking, hiking, and high adventure course.

Sunday, September 20th 

Breck Film Festival – virtual and drive-in various events

Arapahoe Basin Activities: Including biking, hiking, and high adventure course.

Summit County Aspen Viewing – Hike/Bike

Here are a list of just some of the great Aspen leaf peeping biking and hiking trails in and around Summit County, CO! 

  • Eaglesmere Lake – 7 miles round-trip / Intermediate
  • Peaks Trail – 15.5 miles one way / Beginner-Intermediate
  • Lower Cataract Lake Loop Trail – 2.25 miles / Beginner-Intermediate
  • Boreas Pass/Aspen Alley Trail – 1 mile round-trip/ Beginner
  • Wheeler Lakes –  6.6 miles round-trip / Intermediate
  • Angler Mountain – 5 miles round-trip / Intermediate-Difficult
  • Rainbow Lake Trail – 1.5 mile / Beginner
  • Oro Grande – 7.1 mile round-trip / Beginner
  • Lilly Pad Lake – 3.5 miles / Beginner
  • Old Dillon Reservoir – 1.7 miles / Beginner
  • Sapphire Point Overlook –  0.6 miles / Beginner
  • Lakeshore Perimeter Trail – 5.5 miles / Intermediate

The Summit County Rec Path around Frisco (Frisco to Copper), (Frisco to Dillon) has some wonderful Aspen tree sections!

Alltrails.com is a great resource for trail information.

Peak Aspen Viewing 2020

Due to some early snow fall and cooler overnight temps the Aspens are changing a bit earlier this year. But there is still plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful golden colors! (When traveling be sure to know the local public health orders and fire restrictions.) 

9news.com

Aspen Peak Color – 9News

Best Places to See the Foliage – The Denver Channel

 

2020/2021 Resort Information

With the 2020/2021 winter season approaching, the resorts in and around Summit County, CO are starting to present their plans. Though state and local public health orders may change the outline of what to expect this season is being formed. Learn more about each resort below:

Key features of all Resorts are social distancing, face coverings, and organized lift lines. Some are requiring reservations others are not. Some will sell day of tickets and others will prioritize season pass holders. Be sure to research which mountain you want to visit! 

Start your snow dances, well maybe not quite yet! 

Mountain Events: Labor Day 2020

Wear your mask, remember to physical distance, be safe and have fun! 

Arapahoe Basin Activities: Thursday – Sunday (and Labor Day Monday) 

Copper Mountain Weekly Programming:

  • Nature Hikes
  • Yoga
  • Retro Reels presented by Yeti
  • BBq & Bingo
  • and more!

Friday, September 4th 

Dillon Farmers Market: 9a – 2p Lodgepole St. Dillon

Oil Painting: 9:30a – 12:30p Old Masonic Hall, Breckenridge

Yoga Fridays at A-Basin: 11am – 12p Mountain Goat Plaza, A-Basin

Learn to SUP on Maggie Pond: Colorado Adventure Guides

Clam Bake: 6:30p 6th Alley Bar and Grill, A-Basin

Breckenridge Haunted Tour: 7:30p Breckenridge Welcome Center

10 Barrel Riding Solo Virtual Bike Race: Copper Mountain

Lake Dillon Art Festival: 9/4 – 9/6 Downtown Dillon

Saturday, September 5th 

45th Annual Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival: 9/5 – 9/7 Breckenridge

Backcountry Brew Pub: 11a – 3p Copper Mountain

Sunday, September 6th 

Yoga Sundays at A-Basin: 11am – 12p Mountain Goat Plaza, A-Basin

Copper Carwash presented by Nokian: 11a – 3p Powder Parking lot at Copper Mountain

Ceramic Open Studio: 10a – 2p Ceramic Studio, Breckenridge

 

 

Mountain Events: Aug 7 – 9

Friday, August 7th 

Silverthorne First Friday – Stroll Along the Blue: 5:30p  -7:30p Silverthorne Performing Art Center & Blue River Rec Path (Art, music, and more!)

Saturday, August 8th 

Second Saturday: 10a – 1p Breckenridge Arts District, Take-and-Make crafts

SUP on the Maggie: 10:30am – 11:45am Maggie Pond, Breckenridge

Yoga at Copper Mountain: 12:30pm Copper Mountain East Village

Virtual Disc Golf Tournament: 9a – 3p Arapahoe Basin

Nature Hikes: 10am & 2pm, Copper Mountain

Retro Reels presented by Yeti: 9pm Copper Moutnain

Sunday, August 9th 

Yoga Sundays at Abasin: 11am – 12pm Mountain Goat Plaza

Yoga at Copper Mountain: 12:30pm Copper Mountain East Village

BBQ & Bingo: 3pm Copper Center Village

Market Stats Update July 19th – 25th, 2020

Here is where you can find all the latest info on the Summit County, CO market from Anne of The Skinner Team. Including our monthly video series and information compiled by the Land Title Guarantee Company.

As Summit County and Colorado are under Public Health Orders to combat the Coronavirus, The Skinner Team will be doing weekly market stats updates to follow the trends to see if and when a shift may take place.

A Review of 7/19 – 7/25 Market Stats Info:

Archived Market Stats Videos


May 2020 Market Analysis 

Please note that Land Title data comes from actual recorded transactions at the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office for that particular month. The information is not directly related to MLS data. The data is an unofficial tabulation of Summit County Records that are believed to be reasonably accurate. If you choose to utilize this marketing information in any publications or websites, please make sure you are quoting Land Title as your source. You are welcome to utilize this link within your own websites.

The COVID-19 Pandemic in Summit County Impact began on March 15, 2020 with the immediate mandate on the ski area closures. In April 2020, a Shelter in Place ordinance in Colorado occurred in order to contain the COVID-19 locally and statewide. The Safer at Home ordinance took effect on April 26, 2020 in Colorado. On May 27, local restaurants and various other establishments began to slowly open their doors with limited capacity. Short Term Lodging was not allowed until June 1, 2020.

  • Market Analysis by Area for May 2020: There were a total of 92 transactions and $66,469,300 in monetary volume. The average transaction price for all 18 reported areas, plus Deed Restricted transactions, was $759,972, average residential price was $845,901 and average residential PSF was $490.
  • YTD 2020 Market Analysis by Area (5 months): There were a total of 577 transactions, and $436,895,228 in monetary volume. The average transaction price for all 18 reported areas is $776,844, average residential price was $831,076 and average residential PPF was $523.
  • Market Snapshot for FULL Years 2019 vs 2018:  Average Indicators for $: Single Family -6%, Multi- Family +8% and Vacant Land -12%. Median Indicators for Single Family +0%, Multi- Family +9% and Vacant Land -11%.
  • Market Analysis % Change YTD Year 2020: Monetary volume ($66,469,300) in May 2020 was down 58% from May 2019. Transactions (92) were down 59% from May 2019.  YTD 2020 Monetary Volume is pacing 31% down from YTD 2019. YTD 2020 transactions are pacing 27% down to YTD 2019.
  • Residential Cost Analysis:  Residential volume in May had 75 transactions with $63,442,600 gross volume. There were 20 properties that sold for $1M and above in May.  There were 34 Single Family, 41 Multi-Family and 5 Vacant Land transactions.
  • Average Price History by Type- YTD Year 2020: Average price for residential Single Family: $1,191,837, Multi- Family: $602,892 and Vacant Land: $303,863.
  • Comparative Historical Cost Analysis Comparison YTD 2020-2019-2018: In 2020, there were 462 residential transactions and $383,957,323 gross $ volume with 122 properties selling for over $1M. In 2019, there were 619 transactions with $508,087,796 gross $ volume with 141 properties selling for over $1M. In 2018, there were 642 transactions with $457,925,484 gross $ volume with 104 properties selling for over $1M.
  • Top Lender Analysis May 2020There were 508 loans in May. 68 loans were related to sales, there were 327 REFI’s and 113 loans were timeshare related. 26% of the real estate closings were cash transactions.
  • Market Highlights:  Please see page 11 of the Market Analysis- Note the the higher priced sale in May 2020 in the Eagles Nest Golf Course area in Silverthorne at $2,285,800 The top priced PSF was in Breckenridge at $894.
  • Foreclosures: There were no foreclosure actions in May, only 10 so far in 2020.. There were no Bank sales in May.
  • Purchaser Profile Abstract:  Upper end sales were at 20 in May compared to 18 in April. Our buyers for real estate transactions for May 2020: Front Range demographic at 46% of our market, 33% are “local” and 22% are out of state buyers with 0% International.
  • Land Title New Development Summary: This (page 18) shows all the new construction each month, there were 17 in May.

Historical Summit County Market Analysis
Click here for Archived Summit County Market Analysis

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