Homes For Sale in Breckenridge
Today’s post is all about 4 Reasons to Sell Your Home in Breckenridge. We will go over some ideas about why now is a great time to put your home or property on the market. But, do we really need to convince you? If you’re here on Mountain Habitat, the chances are good that you’re considering making a move somewhere, or merely curious about how much your home is valued at. The emotional part of you brought you here, and now we’re happy to share some concrete, and more rational ways of thinking about your current situation. Perhaps it is time to sell. Let’s talk about the overall market for a minute first.
Summit County Real Estate
If you haven’t heard yet, let us be the first to tell you that the mountain real estate market is very diverse. From historic buildings to modern construction, you have your choice of building types and structures. Then, today’s buyers are looking for different things. Not everyone wants a downtown Breckenridge condo. That’s a great rental investment, but for those families looking for a home to share, or to have all their own, the options are always changing. It pays to work with a local realtor, as items that sell quickly make get mentioned between the office members, and we are a part of the Keller Williams, Top of the Rockies branch, with offices in Frisco and Breckenridge.
With that being said, let’s go ahead and give you a link right now to start the conversation about what your home value is. And, if you’d like, you can use those free tools that give you a guesstimate of what it’s worth. They are not accurate, and to start asking questions about your home, click here or the image below to be taken to a form where we can get some basic information. We’ll then contact you to follow up with more detailed questions. No obligation, just a conversation starter.
4 Reasons to Sell Your Home in Breckenridge
- The Time is Right – In fact, it’s never been better. It’s a seller’s market with demand being high, and inventory is low. Families are starting to think about a base camp for next winter. Your home or property could be it.
- Community Growth – Did you know 10,000 people a month are moving to the Front Range area? It’s a growing area, and 45% of our buyers come from the Denver region. The Front Range is considered the areas between Fort Collins in the north, all the way to Colorado Springs in the south.
- Interest Rates are Low – Mortgage rates are still historically low, and while prices are up, most people are eager to make the investment due to low interest rates. Time is money and if you lock in a good rate now, you’ll save money over time. It all adds up.
- Snow – You’re sick of the snow. And winter. This is the one emotional component of our four reasons. We can be rational all we want, but if your soul craves sand and heat, then maybe it’s time to the make the move. Change is a good thing and you can always come back to visit!
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