Navigating Colorado’s Rapidly Rising Mountain Real Estate Market

Vacation Mountain Retreats in Grand County became more expensive in 2021 compared to 2020, with the communities of Fraser, Granby, and Kremmling seeing an increase in average property prices of 20% or more this year. Known for its year-round recreation, Tabernash saw a 5.1% increase in property prices, with the highest sold price in the unincorporated town coming in at $3,500,000 for a single family home. Properties throughout Grand County sold at a heightened rate in 2021 compared to 2020, with listings moving off the market 32% faster this year, lasting an average of just 83 days in most towns. Tabernash, however, saw a slight increase of 12 additional days on market. While Grand County’s 2021 metrics reflects less days on market with an increase in average sold price and total dollar volume sold.

If you are looking for a mountain home, especially in Lakota at Winter Park, now more than ever, the expertise and guidance of local real estate professional is needed to navigate this highly coveted market which provides the convenience of the city and the comfort of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains while offering the best in Mountain Living.

To find out more information on Lakota and real estate in the Winter Park Area give Stuart a call at 970-531-2345.