When looking for a home the first thing you must decide on is of course location, location, location. From East Vail to Eagle Colorado there is a home that fits anyones wants and needs. Real estate in the Vail Valley is among the best in the world. When searching for a property it is important to work with someone that understands what exactly it is you are looking for. Peter Shelton with Gateway Land & Development works with the leading real estate company in the Vail Valley and will help you find your dream home.
Recently completed home nestled among Vail's most esteemed neighborhood streets, 405 Forest Roadoffers privacy, comfort, and unparalleled living just steps to skiing. Nestled amongst mature pines and aspens, with very little impact from surrounding houses, this immaculate home features exquisite finishes with ample indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Although Vail Ski Resorts offers several options when it comes to ski passes, the Epic Pass, is by far the best deal. It offers the skier unlimited access for a great price. Think about sking all day on the best two mountains in North America, Vail and Beaver Creek, wearing your Epic Pass and then relaxing at your ski in/ski out home. Right now, the real estate market in Vail and Beaver Creek is perfect for buyers. It is perfect because mortgage rates are low and there is a huge inventory of properties ranging from condos to luxurious single family homes, some of which are bak owned or short sales. Many prices are what they were close to ten years ago. So get your Epic Pass and contact me for your Epic home in the Vail Valley.
Early snow in October has all of Vail buzzing for the upcoming ski season and the best month in real estate sales (Sept. 2011) in the Vail Valley since October of 2008 has the real estate market buzzing. First of all, reports show that Mid-Vail has received over two feet of the white stuff, which is great news this early for all skiers and boarders.
Secondly, and most important, if you have had any thoughts about purchasing a second home in Vail or Beaver Creek, now is the time to take s serious look. A large percentage of the 132 transactions in September of 2011 were banked owned properties. Most of the rest sold under the asking price.
For more information on real estate in Vail, Beaver Creek and the Vail Valley see my contact information and visit www.VailPropertySearch.com
Vail Real Estate has seen its ups and downs and there are homes that cannot be duplicated at the current list price. A perfect example is a custom 9,175 square foot, 6 bedroom home on 3.2 acres, 15 minutes to Vail-Beaver Creek skiing.
Some of these Vail real estate opportunities are pre-forclosure and some are post-foreclosure. This particular home was listed previously for $4,995,000 and now is only $1,995,000, an amazing $217 a square foot. As you enter the expansive two story great room with beamed ceilings you will notice the expansive window with views of a private pond with cascading water and the Sawatch Rocky Mountain views. The master is on the main floor and features a second level office/balcony. The Edwards luxury home has a second master, media room, wine cellar, exercise room, Hot tub/Spa and over 3 car garage.
As I came in this morning I could see the U.S. Ski Team and Ski and Snowboard Club Vail making turns on Golden Peak. The Winter is here! Chair 6 (The Riva Bahn) is now running for our different ski teams.....
But there is snow on the resta of the mountain too....as I was walking down the street I ran into an old friend and he said he hiked up to the top of Riva Ridge and said there was nearly 20 inches of snow there.
If you haven't found your Vail Condo yet there is still time. I've got a listing at the Vail Core building above Pazzos Pizza listed for only $545,000. If you act now you too could have your own Vail Village crash pad.
Bachelor Gulch real estate continues its strong 2011! Year to date (through October 31, 2011) there have been 21 residential transactions totalling over $82 million! And there are currently 3 beautiful properties under contract, including a single family residence listed at $11,950,000.
For comparison, 2010 saw 16 residential transactions totalling about $46 million.
Of the 21 whole ownership sales, 10 were condominiums, 3 were townhomes, 1 a duplex, and 7 were single family residences. The most expensive was a 7 bedroom masterpiece at 3380 Daybreak Ridge for $10,950,000 while the least expensive was Bear Paw Unit #B-304 for $1,360,000.
Relative prices ranged from $623/SF for a Bear Paw unit to $1161/SF for a Ritz Residential Suite. The median relative price was $778/SF with the average relative price at $807/SF. In general, the premium single family homes, even with their larger size, had higher relative prices.
Our Gateway Land and Development Office located in the Sitzmark Building overlooking The International Bridge and Check Point Charlie is a prime location for your Vail Valley property. We have excellent foot traffic and are open 7 days a week.
Even more we have Brochure Boxes located throughout town which gives our listings even more exposure. That combined with our excellent web presence at www.VailPropertySearch.Com and on my personal web site, www.RobSchilling.com you are assured to get maximum exposure.
My preference is to be a Seller's Agent as opposed to merely a Transaction Broker because I can represent your best interests and be your fiduciary. If you would like to know the difference from a Transction Broker from a Seller's (or Buyer's) Agent please Click Here.
Last week I gave on the order $1,500 to several different local non-profit groups in Eagle County. This is a part of my gifting program where I pledge to give back 5% of my earnings to a local charity of my real estate Buyer or Seller's choice. This could benefit a cause with which you are passionate......
The recipients for this last round of giving were the Round-Up River Ranch, Vail Valley Foundation, Ski and Snowboard Club Vail, and Habitat For Humanity. They all received money as a result of recent real estate closings I completed in the Vail Valley.
I understand the need for help--I moved to Vail in 1974 and I've been involved wtih several nonprofit organizations through the years.
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