Beaten-down condos: ‘Deals of lifetime’ Crested Butte
I for one can say the condo market here in Crested Butte has been hit the hardest.  With prices as low as $349 a square foot for true ski in/ski out the deals have never been this good.  You would be very hard pressed to find prices as low as this in any other ski resort in Colorado.  Call me for a current list of available Crested Butte condos or visit my website to search the MLS privately and securely.
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Beaten-down condos: ‘Deals of lifetime’ Crested Butte
By Beth BravermanJune 29, 2010: 6:04 AM ET
(Money Magazine) — For the first time in years there is a glimmer of hope in the condo market. After falling 20% nationwide and 60% or more in the hardest-hit areas, median condo prices remained flat nationally in the first quarter vs. a year earlier.
And sales in March were up 40% from the previous year, hinting that prices might be heading back up soon too.

  • So is now the time to pounce?

On the side of yes: Prices and mortgage rates are low, and choices are plentiful. Plus, thanks to new, stricter financing rules on government-backed loans, qualified buyers face less competition.
But many condo hot spots were seriously overbuilt during the boom — which sent prices falling at an even faster rate than those of single-family homes.
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