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Summit County’s real estate boom shows no signs of slowing down

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Located at 460 Timber Trail Road in Breckenridge, this 7-bedroom, 7.5-bath home sold for $17 million in June 2021, setting a new record for Summit County. The home has a heated driveway, over 2,000 square feet of heated outdoor patio space, an 18-peron in-ground custom hot tub, a three-car garage and ski-in, ski-out access at the base of Peak 8.
Photo from Jonathan Huffman / Summit Media

“I think that everyone wants to say there’s no inventory and everyone is fighting for the same listings, but the fact is that we’re selling more properties than we have in the last…(two years),” said Dana Cottrell, real estate broker for Summit Resort Group and past president of Summit Realtors.

Based off of Land Title Guarantee Company’s April report, Summit County’s real estate market shows no signs of slowing down.

As Cottrell said, the sheer volume of transactions is already outpacing…

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