Newsletter

September 2015


 

September 2015 Edition

Town Tidbits

Fall was is in full swing and folks headed out in droves to look at the beautiful color change this season but the wind storm the last two days brought a quick end to that. The vibrant colors could be seen in almost every direction from town and the views on Kebler Pass, Ohio Pass and Cottonwood Pass were phenomenal this year. It felt like an extension of summer as the temperatures remained high and the sky stayed clear. The leaves have all but fallen now and our town has become quiet as we reminisce on September festivals like the Beer and Chili Festival, Vinotok Fall Harvest Festival and the Crested Butte Film Festival.  

It is finally cooling down in the valley, 32 degrees this morning, as we head into October. The Crested Butte Farmers Market continues for a couple more Sundays on Elk Avenue, the frightening Zombie Prom will overtake town on the 30th and KBUT's Halloween Fright Parade will be held on the 31st providing treats, crafts and fun for the local kiddos.  

Things Going on in October

Beginning Pastels - Sept 22nd - Oct 13th
Crested Butte Farmer's Market - Oct 4th and 11th
HopeFest Autumn Celebration at I-Bar Ranch - Oct 24th
Zombie Prom - Oct 30th                                  
KBUT's Halloween Fright Parade - Oct 31st

Click here for the entire Crested Butte/Gunnison Event Calendar

What's Happening in the Real Estate Market

187 condo and home sales totaling $100,595,761 have closed so far this year with the average reduction off list price remaining at 6%, down from 9% last year. This is just five sales short of the same period last year but amounting to almost $8.2mil more in volume, an 8% increase. The average sales price of $573,337 is up 8% and the median price of $375,000 is up 5%. Another 71 properties totaling $25,168,800 are under contract only two of which are over $1mil. Seems this October and November will be slower than past years as buyers pulled the trigger faster in the summer months due to lower inventory. 

85 parcels of land have closed so far in 2015. That represents $16,957,200 in volume remaining at a 50% increase over the same period last year. 8 additional parcels totaling $1,433,500 are currently under contract. 

  
Click here for Benson Sotheby's Quarter Report. Numbers reflect January 1st to September 30th, 2015. Click here for our Summer Collection.

In the News

Crested Butte One of the Healthiest places in Colorado
10 Ways to Enjoy the Aspen Trees in Crested Butte 
Crested Butte Trails: Beaver Ponds via Ohio Pass 
Montanya Distillers Tasting Room in Crested Butte 
U.S. Forest Service Accepts Crested Butte's Expansion Proposal   
10 Best Places to See Colorado's Fall Colors  
Time Lapse Edit from Crested Butte  

Thanks for reading today! Please feel free to forward along to anyone you think might be interested. Have a great off season and keep an eye out for the November Edition of the Crested Butte Collection.

 

18 Aspen Lane
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
4 Bed | 5 Bath | 4,110 SqFt | $2,200,000
59 Cinnamon Mountain Road
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
4 Bed | 4 Bath | 4,822 SqFt | $1,795,000
10 Aspen Lane
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
6 Bed | 6 Bath | 4,906 SqFt | $1,395,000
18 Hunter Hill Road
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
4 Bed | 3 Bath | 1,905 SqFt | $695,000
16 Hunter Hill Road #K104
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
2 Bed | 2 Bath | 1,033 SqFt | $260,000
6 Emmons Road #Unit 524
Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado 81225
1 Bed | 2 Bath | 742 SqFt | $125,000
Click here to view the published version the September 2015 newsletter.