Year in Review – 2009 – Crested Butte Real Estate Market

Happy New Year from Snowy Crested Butte! In spite of global economic conditions and the highly publicized bankruptcies of western U.S. ski resorts including Tamarack in Idaho, the Yellowstone Club, and Moonlight Basin in Montana, Crested Butte appeared to weather the financial storms of 2009. Christmas ski vacationers poured into town this month, the snow has been good Read More >

New Listing: Crested Butte Business for Sale

Hello from Crested Butte Colorado,  This is a very special opportunity to acquire a highly profitable restaurant and lounge venture in a very cool place to live and work. The LoBar is located in the heart of the commercial district in downtown Crested Butte at 303 Elk Avenue. The restaurant’s menu is eclectic and includes Read More >

Just Sold in Crested Butte

JUST SOLD IN CRESTED BUTTE 285 Journeys End Road Trappers Crossing South 35.25 Acres – $1,490,000 The last of it’s kind parcel located on what is known as the “Bench” and Journey’s End Road. Dramatic panoramic views. The 35.25 acres includes part of Gibson’s Ridge and extends all the way to Red Lady Avenue in Crested Read More >

Buckhorn Ranch Takes Positive New Direction

For quite some time there has been an onslaught of negative press, negative talk, and all around negative PR surrounding the Buckhorn Ranch neighborhood located just south of Crested Butte. On December 5th the Buckhorn Ranch HOA successfully accomplished several important milestones. The first being the election and installment of three new, neutral board members Read More >

Short Sale’s Getting Easier to Swallow?

The Wall Street Journal reported today that short sales might be getting a nudge in the right direction. Here is the article by WSJ’s Ruth Simon. (Online at this link) The Obama administration laid out final guidelines on Monday that should make it easier for some financially troubled borrowers to sell their homes. The guidelines Read More >

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