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Jan Leopold
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Trusted advisor for all your Summit County real estate needs.
Trusted advisor for all your Summit County real estate needs.

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I take great pride in making sure my clients get what they are looking for.
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Truly inspiring.  Just thought i'd share he quote.
Another one of my favourite quotes from a very inspiring man. Has there ever been a greater man in a business sense?
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Money may not buy love, but it appears to buy years.
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What's Happening at Breckenridge Spring Fever Festival?

Widely recognized as the biggest Spring party in the Rocky Mountain region, Breckenridge Spring Fever this year features over 40 events taking place from March 22-April 27, closing day.

All concerts will be FREE to the public and will take place on a stage on the snow just outside One Ski Hill Place, a RockResort, at the base of Peak 8, from 2-5 p.m. on each concert date.

Sat. April 12th– Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Sun. April 13th– The Gin Blossoms
Fri. April 18th– Yonder Mountain String Band
Sat. April 19th– Blues Traveler

Breckenridge Spring Fever events continue to be added in town and on the mountain throughout the festival; visit www.Breckenridge.com for the latest and most up to date
schedule of Spring Fever events.
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Contact Jan Leopold, 970-547-8244, jleopold@slifersummit.com for more information on this list of available residences featuring the newly released one bedroom.
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Highlights from the Summit Associaton of Realtors Town Manager Forum on February 6, 2014.

Tim Gagen, town manager of Breckenridge, talked about the 2013 sales tax revenue is up 13%. The town spending levels are still at 2009 levels. The focus for 2014 is to build tourism based economy for the long term with emphasis on the arts district and Riverwalk Center. Winter is the weakest economicially.

Retail business and restaurants revenue picked up this summer over 2007 levels; however the new construction and real estate values have not come back to levels in 2007.

The oldest building in Breckenridge is being renovated to re-make the space into a community center and library named the Grand Vacations Community Center. After a donation of $50K from Vail Resorts, it is within 10% of the $2 million fundraising goal.

The midsummer study done on the F parking lot deemed a hotel and convention center as not feasible. It is now be a parking reservior since 80% of the people that park there come to town after skiing versus 30% that come to down from parking in the gondola lots.

No new real estate development on the Gondola lots at this time until One Ski Hill Place sells out. There are discussions of tearing down the Breckenridge Mountain Lodge and building a convenience hotel and future revitalization of the Maggie Building area. The commercial real estate at Main Street Station is in foreclosure.

Vail Resorts will replace the Colorado chair to a 6 pack lift. This summer a round about at French Street will be constructed because of the possible gondola development, while the 4 o'clock round about will be done this year if an additional $400K is allocated for the design.

Breckenridge is also looking for affordable housing projects since 40% of the workforce is living in Breckenridge and the 60% have homes in the Upper Blue area. A substantial amount of housing in the area is market value.
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Which ski resort town is best for your real estate investment?
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