Crested Butte Collection Newsletter
March 2020 Edition
March has arrived and with that the various Spring Breaks from around the nation begin. Although we haven’t see the snowfall numbers we had last year we still remain above average. Sunday night we received a nice surprise of 14″ when only 1″ to 3″ was forecasted. The mountain is skiing incredibly well right now so try to make some plans for a visit and take in the sunshine and warmer temps.
The Crested Butte real estate market for 2020 continues with significant increases in volume and amount of transactions. Residential sales volume through February was $20,139,973; up $5,985,973 from the same time last year, a 30% increase. Amount of transactions are also up significantly with 34 compared to 19. Overall inventory grew once again with 16 more listings than last month.
Corey & Erin
Leaders in Crested Butte Real Estate
Crested Butte Collection ranked #1 for volume and #1 for quantity of transactions in Gunnison County for 2019. Corey closed out the year with $43,193,600 in sales volume representing over 6% of the entire real estate market.*
*Source: CREN December 31st, 2019
Current market conditions
This year continues with significant increases in volume and amount of transactions. Residential sales volume through February was $20,139,973; up $5,985,973 from the same time last year, a 30% increase. Amount of transactions are also up significantly with 34 compared to 19. Currently, another 32 properties are under contract totaling $34,091,400, 9 of which are listed at $1mil or more.
For a comprehensive view of last month’s sales and current inventory, view our March 2020 Market Report by clicking the link below.
If you’re looking to buy or sell in Crested Butte and the Gunnison Valley, please contact us. We are happy to provide information on the area, a list of properties that suit your criteria, and/or prepare a complimentary comparative market analysis to assess the value of your property.
In the News
Citizens Asked To Weigh In On Changes To Bozar Guidelines
Gunnison County Commissioners Engage In Corridor Planning
Mt. CB Council Talks Building Codes, Stuck On Sprinklers
RTA Reconsiders Transit Station Location In Gunnison
Mountain Lion Interactions, Sightings Continue In Area
Gunnison County Reps Testify Against NEPA Deregulation
Mt. CB Interested In Homestead Units For Its Own Employees
Corey Dwan | Broker Associate | Team Leader
Crested Butte Collection