Monthly Archives: July 2017

Selling Without Reserve on July 27th in Telluride, CO

Concierge Auctions Sponsored · Selling Without Reserve on July 27th in Telluride, CO

Previously $2.345M. Selling Without Reserve.
Dramatic 270 degree iconic Mt Views in area of “14’ers”
Direct access to National Forest
Two home sites with no building envelope
Minutes from Telluride, Mt Village & Telluride ski area

Introducing Our Partner in Telluride

Adam Black


Telluride Real Estate


“Strong attention to details, persistence, integrity, honesty, and good relationships with real estate related service providers are his keys to success.”

Winter is Coming | Rooms at $57 Will Go Fast! Purgatory, Colorado

Ready to swap sand for snow? Book winter lodging NOW to save 40% on a 4-or-more night stay in any of our accommodations—even the luxury ski-in, ski-out condos at Purgatory Lodge! Discounted rates are available virtually every day, including most holidays!

Take advantage of this deal now—the earlier you book, you more you save!



Introducing Our Real Estate Partner in Durango Mountain

Phillip Wehmeyer

Durango Mountain Realty


“Phil loves working with clients to help them realize their dreams of owning here in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. “

Rex Tillerson Lists Horseshoe Bay Resort Property for $3.975M

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Lists Horseshoe Bay Resort Property for $3.975M

Live like a Washington elite in the privately secluded waterfront estate at 122 Applehead Island Drive, just listed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and wife, Renda, for $3.975 million.

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Introducing Our Real Estate Partner in Horseshoe Bay

Sharon Jenkins

Avalar Highland Lakes Realty


“I am a native Texan and have deep roots in this area. Let me help you find your special place in paradise in the beautiful Texas Hill Country”

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South Padre Island Offers More Bang for Your Buck

South Padre Island

Homes on South Padre Island can be found for as little as $100,000, or for more than $500,000 (but the latter gets you views like this).

Although they’re native Texans, Gary and Lynne Tate spent eight cold years in Alaska before finally coming back to the state. Before they left, they had a ceremony to destroy their snow shovel.

Then they moved to South Padre Island.

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