Historic Sales: Looking at the graph above and the sales over the past 20 years for the first 4 months of each year is certainly interesting. The sales have fluctuated with the highest number of sales occurring in the first 8 or so years and the highest sold prices occurring in the last few years. In fact, the average sold price in 2000 was just over $300,000 and today, in 2019, it is just over $800,000.

​1st Four Months of Real Estate Sales: The number of sales dropped -7%. It is taking about the same number of days to sell a property this year as last year and the average sold price is up +13%. The 13% increase translates to +$94,847!

Condominium Sales: The prices are about flat with around a +2% improvement or about $7,000 more for a condo today on average than last year at this time. Condo sales are down a little by close to 10 sales or -5%. And it is taking about 30% longer to get a condo sold or an additional 11 days.

Single Family Home Sales: This is big, it will cost one (on average) an additional $212,000 to buy a home today than it did last year over the 1st four months! Yes, the average sold price for a home in Summit County has improved by almost 19%. About the same number of homes have sold so far this year and it is taking 13 days less to get one sold.

$1,000,000 Plus Sales: One Million plus sales have increased by 27% as compared to the this same time last year. Interesting that the average sold price for residential sales over $1,000,000 increased by about 18%. The number of sales improved evenly throughout the county.

Current Inventory: The inventory is increasing. In fact, the supply of residential properties for sale under $1,000,000 increased slightly to a 2.4 month supply. The number of properties for sale over $1,000,000 has increased to a solid 6 month supply throughout the county.




Introducing Our Partner in Breckenridge Colorado

Brian Donovan




“Working with both Buyers and Sellers has given me the opportunity to meet and become friends with some great and interesting people.”