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Sage green building with Mt. Crested Butte covered in snow in the background.

170 Aspen Lane, Unit 4C, Crested Butte

170 Aspen Lane, Unit 4C, Crested Butte – Whetstone Village Condos – Buyer and Seller Representation – Sold for $180,000 170 Aspen Lane, Unit 4C, Crested Butte is an affordable two bedroom, one and a half bath condo in Riverbend, one mile from downtown Crested Butte. This residence has vaulted...

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The Mid year report compares markets in resort towns from January to June.

Resort Report ~ 2015 Mid Year Report

Check out the new Resort Report ~ 2015 Mid Year Report. The Crested Butte Real Estate Market is off to a strong start for 2015. The market is experiencing steady growth compared to last year and land sales have increased dramatically. Average price, average price per square foot, highest price,...

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Market Update

June 2015 Market News

The first half of 2015 and the Crested Butte real estate market has shown a strong 17% increase over the same period in 2014. 96 condo and home sales totaling $51,883,161 have closed so far and we remain with an average reduction of 7% off list price. Average price of $540,449 and median price of $380,000 compared...

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7505 Cement Creek Road, Crested Butte - Cabin with pond in front, aspens and green grass.

7505 Cement Creek Road, Crested Butte

7505 Cement Creek Road, Crested Butte – Rural Crested Butte – Seller Representation – Sold for $1,165,000 This magnificent property is surrounded by national forest with endless activities from your doorstep, including hiking, horseback riding, biking and fishing. The custom built log home, constructed of stone and Douglas fir logs imported...

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The Timbers condo complex with Mt. Crested Butte in the background.

Crested Butte’s Housing Crisis

Crested Butte’s housing crisis seems to have reached it’s all time high. When I moved here in 2005, the top of the last real estate market, I clearly remember the high cost of living as demand for rentals was extremely high. But I also remember a couple years later...

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