Archive for July, 2009

Breckenridge Events July 30 – August 5

BRECKENRIDGE CALENDAR of EVENTS: (a) – Activity (b) – Bar/Club/Nightlife (c) – Cultural Activity (e) – Event (h) – Historical Activity (i) – Information (k) – Kids’ Activity/Event(r) – Restaurant/Food (s) – Shopping


Thursday, July 30

(s) Arts Alive Presents: Summer at the Summit – 11am-5pm at 500 South Main Street (La Cima Mall). The local co-op gallery presents a juried show. Enjoy a variety of art: contemporary and classic painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, quilts, woven scarves, sculpture and more. Featured artist is Diane Jaynes, painter. 970 453-0450 for more info

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: The Drunkard. Return to the formative years of Backstage Theatre, when melodramas were our stock and trade. This story of a temperance leader fallen from grace is hysterically goofy, sweetly affecting, and pure, unabashed entertainment. Cheer the hero! Hiss the villain! Buy tickets today! 121 S. Ridge St at 7:30pm. $18 adults, $12 students and children under 12. Walk-ins welcome, reservations recommended. 970-453-0199 for reservations or more information.

(c) Breck150 Art Show – Five local artists present the beauty and heritage of Breckenridge through art at the Barney Ford House Museum. 111 E Washington Ave. This special show will be displayed April 11 through September 30 from 11am – 4pm. A percent of sale proceeds benefit the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Contact Julie at 970-453-5825 for more info

453-0450 for more info.

(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Sites and Tours – Today’s available sites and tours include the Barney Ford House Museum, open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Edwin Carter Museum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Guided Historic Walking Tour, 11 a.m. $5/person; Rotary Snowplow Park, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Washington Mine Tour, 1 p.m., $5/ person; Lomax Placer Mine Tour, 3 p.m., $5/person. For directions to sites and more information, call 800-980-1859 or visit www.breckheritage.com.

(c) Breckenridge Music Festival Presents: Swinging at the Summit – ‘Big Band Music From a Golden Era.’ 7:30pm at the Riverwalk Center, 150 West Adams Ave. 970 547-3100 tickets and pricing.

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Muscle Power 6:15am; Bodypump 8am; 50+ Stretch/Strength 9:05am; RPM 12pm; Yoga Express 12pm; Bodypump 5:30pm; Swing Dance 6:45pm; Intermediate Yoga 6:15pm; Water Aerobics 9am at Beaver Run. 970-453-1734 for more info.

(a) Brown Bag Lunch at Milne Park – 12 p.m. at the Alice G. Milne Park, corner of Harris & Lincoln Ave. Sandie Mather will perform as Anna Sadler Hamilton, one of Breckenridge’s early female residents. Tour the Historic Briggle and Milne Houses. Bring a bag lunch (optional). Free. 970-453-9767 or www.breckheritage.com

(b) Gold Pan Saloon – Open Mic Night at 9am, featuring 24oz Coors/Coors Light Tall Boys for $3.50. 103 North Main Street, 453-5499.

(r) Hearthstone Restaurant – Diverse original acoustic music by Nancy Cook 4-6:30pm on the deck or in the lounge. 130 S. Ridge Street, 453-1148.

(r) Summer Deals at Mi Casa – 2 for 1 appetizers in the cantina or on the deck until 9pm! 600 South Park Ave, 453-2071.

(a) Textile Club – Experiment with batik and use hot wax and dye in order to create unique and colorful images on fabric. Instruction by Abby Paffrath at the Fuqua Livery Stable, 110 East Washington Ave. $25 includes all materials. 6-8:30pm. 970 453-3364

(a) Thursday Wilderness Hikes – 10 am-12 pm Meet at the Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Join our professional guides on weekly Thursday hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. Today’s hike is the Lower Flume Trail. From easy to difficult, these hikes will entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about our high alpine ecosystem and history. $8 per person/$22 family. 970-453-1734, www.townofbreckenridge.com.

(c) Tin Shop Guest Artist Program – The Tin Shop welcomes mixed media artist Marianne Flenniken from Peyton, CO. The public is welcome to drop in at the Tin Shop and visit while she works and lives there! 117 East Washington Ave, 2-6pm, Thursdays through Sundays. 970 453-3364 for more info. No Cost.

(a) Yoga, Qigong at Abby Hall –Anusara Inspired Yoga 9:30am-10:45am. Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. Drop in students are welcome. For more information, call 970-453-8558 Read more »

June 2009 Real Estate Market Analysis Summit County

Land Title Guarantee Company June 2009 Market Analysis

Attached, you will find the Land Title Guarantee Company June 2009 Market Analysis from Summit County.

·         Summit County 2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009 Graph Comparison

·         Cost Breakdown, June 2009 for Residential Improved Units (New Construction, Resales and June Gross Residential Price Index and YTD Gross Residential Price Index), also shows Full Year 2008, 2007 and 2006 Gross Residential Price Index with # of transactions, total volume and average price

·         Cost Breakdown for Residential Improved Units YTD (2009, 6 months) and the Cost Breakdown YTD from 2007 and 2008 for comparison

·         Market Analysis % Change from 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009

·         Market Analysis by Area for the month of June 2009: On the Market Analysis by Area report we have added a color coded system;

* Green Text indicates an increase from the previous month’s value.

·         Black Text indicates the value is the same or not applicable from the previous month’s value.

·         Red Text indicates a decrease from the previous month’s value.

·         Colored text is not used  for % Calculations – all of those columns will remain black

·         Price per Square Foot (PPSF) was added last month on the far right.

·         Market Analysis by Area YTD ( 6 Months) 2009

·         Summit County Residential Price Index YTD comparing 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009

·         Top Lenders’ Graph (Loan Breakdown- Refi’s, Timeshares and Cash Deals)

·         Top Lenders’ Summary for June

Summary Highlights:

-80 transactions in June with a total of $34,049,300 monetary volume, down from June 2008 63% down monetary volume and 48% with number of transactions.

-1st half of the year: Breckenridge holds 29% $ transactions and 21% # of transactions, Keystone holds 10% $ transactions and 12% # transactions and Silverthorne holds 11% $ transactions and 10% # transactions.

-Single Family YTD in Summit County exceeds the past 3 years at $897,362.

-Cash sales still hold strong at 44% in June.

-The most active price points in June were in the $200,000-$400,000 range.

·         Please note that Land Title data comes from actual recorded transactions at the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office for that particular month.  The information is not directly related to MLS data. The data is an unofficial tabulation of Summit County Records that are believed to be reasonably accurate.

Breckenridge Events July 23 – 29

Events, Activities “Breck This Week” Deals, Specials…and More
Thursday, July 23 – Wednesday, July 29

Thursday, July 23
(s) Arts Alive Presents:  Summer at the Summit – 11am-5pm at 500 South Main Street (La Cima Mall).  The local co-op gallery presents a juried show.  Enjoy a variety of art: contemporary and classic painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, quilts, woven scarves, sculpture and more. Featured artist is Diane Jaynes, painter.  970 453-0450 for more info
(c) Breck150 Art Show – Five local artists present the beauty and heritage of Breckenridge through art at the Barney Ford House Museum. 111 E Washington Ave. This special show will be displayed April 11 through September 30 from 11am – 4pm. A percent of sale proceeds benefit the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Contact Julie at 970-453-5825 for more info
453-0450 for more info.
(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Sites and Tours – Today’s available sites and tours include the Barney Ford House Museum, open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Edwin Carter Museum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Guided Historic Walking Tour, 11 a.m. $5/person; Rotary Snowplow Park, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Washington Mine Tour, 1 p.m., $5/ person; Lomax Placer Mine Tour, 3 p.m., $5/person. For directions to sites and more information, call 800-980-1859
(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance’s Speaker Series: “A Liquid History of the Highest State” – 3 p.m. at the Gold Pan Saloon. Presented by Tom Noel. Free. 970-453-9767
(c) Breckenridge Music Festival – Join us tonight for the season’s opening concert.  7:30 pm at the Riverwalk Center, 150 West Adams Ave.  $32/$27/$22.  970 547-3100
(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Muscle Power 6:15am; Bodypump 8am; 50+ Stretch/Strength 9:05am; RPM 12pm; Yoga Express 12pm; Bodypump 5:30pm; Swing Dance 6:45pm; Intermediate Yoga 6:15pm; Water Aerobics 9am at Beaver Run.  970-453-1734 for more info.   
(a) Calder Fish Mobiles – Students will learn about the artwork of Alexander Calder and then get a chance to sculpt a fun fish using wire, wooden pieces, beads, and sequins. Instruction by Jennifer Thompson at the Robert Whyte House, 127 South Ridge Street, 2-4pm. $25 includes all materials.  970 453-3364.
(b) Gold Pan Saloon – Open Mic Night at 9am, featuring 24oz Coors/Coors Light Tall Boys for $3.50.  103 North Main Street, 453-5499.
(r) Hearthstone Restaurant – Diverse original acoustic music by Nancy Cook 4-6:30pm on the deck or in the lounge.  130 S. Ridge Street, 453-1148.
(c) National Repertory Orchestra at the Silverthorne Pavilion – This concert will feature several chamber ensembles from the members of the national Repertory Orchestra.  400 Blue River Parkway, 7:30pm.  $5 suggested donation.  970 547-3100
(r) Summer Deals at Mi Casa – 2 for 1 appetizers in the cantina or on the deck until 9pm!  600 South Park Ave, 453-2071.
(a) Thursday Wilderness Hikes – 10 am-12 pm Meet at the Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Join our professional guides on weekly Thursday hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. Today’s hike is the Wakefield Blue River Trail.  From easy to difficult, these hikes will entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about our high alpine ecosystem and history. $8 per person/$22 family. 970-453-1734
(c) Tin Shop Guest Artist Program – The Tin Shop welcomes mixed media artist Marianne Flenniken from Peyton, CO.  The public is welcome to drop in at the Tin Shop and visit while she works and lives there!  117 East Washington Ave, 2-6pm, Thursdays through Sundays.  970 453-3364 for more info.   No Cost.
(a) Yoga, Qigong at Abby Hall –Anusara Inspired Yoga 9:30am-10:45am.  Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. Drop in students are welcome. Read more »

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Breckenridge Events Activities July 16–22

Thursday, July 16
(s) Arts Alive Presents:  Summer at the Summit – 11am-5pm at 500 South Main Street (La Cima Mall).  The local co-op gallery presents a juried show.  Enjoy a variety of art: contemporary and classic painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, quilts, woven scarves, sculpture and more. Featured artist is Diane Jaynes, painter.  970 453-0450 for more info
(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: The Drunkard. Return to the formative years of Backstage Theatre, when melodramas were our stock and trade. This story of a temperance leader fallen from grace is hysterically goofy, sweetly affecting, and pure, unabashed entertainment. Cheer the hero! Hiss the villain! Buy tickets today!  121 S. Ridge St at 7:30pm.  $18 adults, $12 students and children under 12.  Walk-ins welcome, reservations recommended. 970-453-0199 for reservations or more information.
(c) Breck150 Art Show – Five local artists present the beauty and heritage of Breckenridge through art at the Barney Ford House Museum. 111 E Washington Ave. This special show will be displayed April 11 through September 30 from 11am – 4pm. A percent of sale proceeds benefit the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Contact Julie at 970-453-5825 for more info
453-0450 for more info.
(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Sites and Tours – Today’s available sites and tours include the Barney Ford House Museum, open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Edwin Carter Museum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Guided Historic Walking Tour, 11 a.m. $5/person; Rotary Snowplow Park, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Washington Mine Tour, 1 p.m., $5/ person; Lomax Placer Mine Tour, 3 p.m., $5/person. For directions to sites and more information, call 800-980-1859
(k) Children’s Story Hour at the Red, White & Blue Fire Museum – 4 p.m. at 308 N. Main St.  Kids can gather round to hear entertaining stories and learn a bit about Breckenridge’s history.  Parents and children welcome. Free. 970-453-9767,
(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Muscle Power 6:15am; Bodypump 8am; 50+ Stretch/Strength 9:05am; RPM 12pm; Yoga Express 12pm; Bodypump 5:30pm; Swing Dance 6:45pm; Intermediate Yoga 6:15pm; Water Aerobics 9am at Beaver Run.  970-453-1734 for more info.   
(b) Gold Pan Saloon – Open Mic Night at 9am, featuring 24oz Coors/Coors Light Tall Boys for $3.50.  103 North Main Street, 453-5499.
(r) Hearthstone Restaurant – Diverse original acoustic music by Nancy Cook 4-6:30pm on the deck or in the lounge.  130 S. Ridge Street, 453-1148.
(r) Summer Deals at Mi Casa – 2 for 1 appetizers in the cantina or on the deck until 9pm!  600 South Park Ave, 453-2071.
(a) Thursday Wilderness Hikes – 10 am-12 pm Meet at the Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Join our professional guides on weekly Thursday hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. Today’s hike is Sawmill Creek.  From easy to difficult, these hikes will entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about our high alpine ecosystem and history. $8 per person/$22 family. 970-453-1734, www.townofbreckenridge.com.
(a) Yoga, Qigong at Abby Hall –Anusara Inspired Yoga 9:30am-10:45am.  Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. Drop in students are welcome. For more information, call 970-453-8558 Read more »

Breckenridge Events July 9-15

Thursday, July 9
(s) Arts Alive Presents:  Summer at the Summit – 11am-5pm at 500 South Main Street (La Cima Mall).  The local co-op gallery presents a juried show.  Enjoy a variety of art: contemporary and classic painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, quilts, woven scarves, sculpture and more. Featured artist is Diane Jaynes, painter.  970 453-0450 for more info
(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents:  The Fantasticks. – Try To Remember a time when this romantic charmer wasn’t enchanting audiences the world over. 7:30 PM, 121 S. Ridge St.  Walk-ins welcome, reservations recommended. 970-453-0199 for reservations or more information.
(c) Breck150 Art Show – Five local artists present the beauty and heritage of Breckenridge through art at the Barney Ford House Museum. 111 E Washington Ave. This special show will be displayed April 11 through September 30 from 11am – 4pm. A percent of sale proceeds benefit the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Contact Julie at 970-453-5825 for more info
(i) Breck Bike Week – From July 5-10 visitors will be introduced to the ‘secret stash’ of bike trails during the inaugural week of Breck Bike Week.  All activities are free and open to everyone.  For more info  call 877-593-5260.
(e) The Breck Epic – A 6-day ultra endurance mountain bike stage race held in the sprawling backcountry of Breckenridge.  After 10-mile time-trial on day one athletes will contest 5 subsequent stages spend 4-8 hours on course each day, most of it over 10,000 feet.
(h) Breck150:  Grand Old Story, Great New Facts – The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance presents this speaker series.  Mary Ellen Gilliland will be presenting at The Breckenridge Town Hall Auditorium, 150 Ski Hill Road at 3pm.  Free!  970 453-9767 for more info.
(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Sites and Tours – Today’s available sites and tours include the Barney Ford House Museum, open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Edwin Carter Museum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Guided Historic Walking Tour, 11 a.m. $5/person; Rotary Snowplow Park, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 suggested donation; Washington Mine Tour, 1 p.m., $5/ person; Lomax Placer Mine Tour, 3 p.m., $5/person. For directions to sites and more information, call 800-980-1859
(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Muscle Power 6:15am; Bodypump 8am; 50+ Stretch/Strength 9:05am; RPM 12pm; Yoga Express 12pm; Bodypump 5:30pm; Swing Dance 6:45pm; Intermediate Yoga 6:15pm; Water Aerobics 9am at Beaver Run.  970-453-1734 for more info.   
(b) Gold Pan Saloon – Open Mic Night at 9am, featuring 24oz Coors/Coors Light Tall Boys for $3.50.  103 North Main Street, 453-5499.
(r) Hearthstone Restaurant – Diverse original acoustic music by Nancy Cook 4-6:30pm on the deck or in the lounge.  130 S. Ridge Street, 453-1148.
(r) Summer Deals at Mi Casa – 2 for 1 appetizers in the cantina or on the deck until 9pm!  600 South Park Ave, 453-2071.
(a) Thursday Wilderness Hikes – 10 am-12 pm Meet at the Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Join our professional guides on weekly Thursday hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. From easy to difficult, these hikes will entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about our high alpine ecosystem and history. $8 per person/$22 family. 970-453-1734
(k) Tin Shop Guest Artist Program’s FREE Workshop:  Felt Geodes – Children will learn the art of felting and create colorful felted geodes.  Space is limited; please reserve in advance 970 453-3364.  2-4pm at the Tin Shop, 117 E. Washington Ave.
(a) The Tin Shop Welcomes PJ Bergin – Drop by and see what project PJ is working on while she lives and works at the Tin Shop!  PJ is an avid felt maker, sewer and knitter.  2-6pm at 117 E. Washington Avenue, 970 453-3116 for more info.  Free!
(a) Woven Amulet Bags – Students will learn how to weave a small amulet bag using multiple colors and textures of yarn with a beaded closure.  Instruction by Jennifer Thompson at the Robert Whyte House, 127 South Ridge, 2-4pm.  $25 includes all materials.
(a) Yoga, Qigong at Abby Hall –Anusara Inspired Yoga 9:30am-10:45am.  Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. Drop in students are welcome. For more information, call 970-453-8558 Read more »

May 2009 Resort Real Estate Index by County from Eagle, Pitkin, Routt and Summit Counties

May 2009 Land Title Resort Real Estate Index by County from Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Routt and Summit Counties is attached for your marketing efforts.You will find seven worksheets within this spreadsheet:


Monthly Gross Volume Transaction Comparison- Shows the Monthly Gross Volume Comparison Transactions for each county through May 2009. It also shows the Gross Transaction Report Summary Full Years 2008 (and YTD same time for 2008), 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2004.

Gross Volume for New Construction-The % Gross number compares the YTD Gross Volume of New Construction to the Full Year YTD Gross Overall Volume for 2008 and 2007. It does not compare the number of sales – rather the total sales volume in these categories.

Gross Number of Transactions- YTD 2009, Full YTD 2008 and Full Year 2007.

Single Family Housing Index-Average Single Family Home YTD 2009, Full Year 2008 and Full Year of 2007.

Multi- Family Housing Index-Average Multi Family Home YTD 2009, Fullly Year 2008 and Full Year 2007.

Residential Price Per Square Foot by Type-Single Fa mily and Multi Family for 2009.

Of Interest Tab-Median Single Family Home Price Index 2008 YTD vs. 2007, Median Single Family Home Price Summary 2008 vs. 2007 Three Year History, YTD 2009 through 2006 Recorded Sales Transactions that show the seller as a bank or other Lending Institution, New Construction Sales Summary YTD 2009 through 2006 and Residential Unit Distribution by Price Point 2007 Assessment  of Actual Value –Pending Update after the Protest Adjustments.

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Breckenridge Events July 2 – 8

Thursday, July 2

(s) Arts Alive Presents: Summer at the Summit – 11am-5pm at 500 South Main Street (La Cima Mall). The local co-op gallery presents a juried show. Enjoy a variety of art: contemporary and classic painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, quilts, woven scarves, sculpture and more. Featured artist is Diane Jaynes, painter. 970 453-0450 for more info

(c) Breck150 Art Show – Five local artists present the beauty and heritage of Breckenridge through art at the Barney Ford House Museum. 111 E Washington Ave. This special show will be displayed 7 days a week April 11 throreugh September 30. A percent of sale proceeds benefit the National Repertory Orchestra and the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Contact Julie at 970-453-5825 for more info

453-0450 for more info.

(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Sites and Tours – Visit the Barney Ford House Museum, located at 111 E. Washington Ave. The Barney Ford House Museum honors Barney Ford, an escaped slave turned prominent entrepreneur and black civil rights leader in Colorado. View the Breck150 Art Exhibit. Free admission. Open 11am-3pm. For more information, call 800-980-1859.

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Muscle Power 6:15am; Bodypump 8am; 50+ Stretch/Strength 9:05am; Women’s Fitness 10:30am; RPM 12pm; Yoga Express 12pm; Bodypump 5:30pm; Swing Dance 6:45pm; Train for the Trail 6:45pm; Intermediate Yoga 6:05pm 970-453-1734 for more info.

(e) The Budweiser Clydesdales – The Breckenridge Resort Chamber is proud to present the Budweiser Clydesdales in the Wellington Lot (at Wellington and Main). Viewing from 9am-5pm. 970 453-2913 for more info.

(b) Gold Pan Saloon – Open Mic Night at 9am, featuring 24oz Coors/Coors Light Tall Boys for $3.50. 103 North Main Street, 453-5499.

(r) Hearthstone Restaurant – Diverse original acoustic music by Nancy Cook 4-6:30pm on the deck or in the lounge. 130 S. Ridge Street, 453-1148.

(c) Pete Martinez: Rocky Mountain Country Music Celebration – 8 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center. National recording artist, Pete Martinez brings a brand of country music he’s performed from the White House to the Road House. A benefit for the Summit Medical Center Health Foundation. $22adults/$12 children 12 and under. 970-668-6906, www.summitmedicalcenterhealthfoundation.org

(r) Summer Deals at Mi Casa – 2 for 1 appetizers in the cantina or on the deck until 9pm! 600 South Park Ave, 453-2071.

(a) Thursday Wilderness Hikes – 10 am-12 pm Meet at the Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Join our professional guides on weekly Thursday hikes throughout the Breckenridge backcountry. From easy to difficult, these hikes will entice your senses and teach you all you ever wanted to know about our high alpine ecosystem and history. $8 per person/$22 family. 970-453-1734, www.townofbreckenridge.com.

(a) Yoga, Qigong at Abby Hall –Anusara Inspired Yoga 9:30am-10:45am. Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. Drop in students are welcome. Read more »