The Summit County real estate market is back and more bullish than ever.
Or at least it’s more enticing than it has been for the past six years. When the 2007 housing crisis and ensuing recession put a damper on real estate across the country, Colorado resort markets like Summit and Eagle counties saw a major dip in sales. The worst came in 2009, when property values plummeted and construction projects halted.
By 2014, Summit County brokers and contractors welcomed a noticeable uptick in activity across the county. There was a $12.2 million property sold to Home Depot in Silverthorne, 32 transactions worth at least $2 million and a $7.1 million opening day
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