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July 2013

Found 3 blog entries for July 2013.

A new large-scale, mixed-use development anchored by Whole Foods is drawing attention to the real estate market in Willits - Basalt, Colorado area. This new development is filling up with tenants, and many retail stores are relocating from nearby Aspen and Carbondale to be centrally located in what is becoming the pulse of the mid-valley.

The Basalt developer just announced several new tenants in the development that will be open this month including: Starbucks, Sure Thing Burger, Mauka Frozen Yogurt and Coldwell Banker.

According to Erik Berg, owner of Portfolio Aspen Properties, “Real estate prices are directly affected by the new development. If you are interested in buying or selling in the Willits – Basalt, Colorado area now is the time.”

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Prices for real estate in the Snowmass Village area have been declining and went flat in 2012. This year, however, there have been significantly more sales. In addition, the commercial development Base Village, which is the centerpiece to the area, has begun construction again after 4 years. Real estate experts are urging buyers that this is potentially the best time to purchase or invest in Snowmass Village as it has “hit bottom” and will likely see modest value increases moving forward.

“With the summer selling season still ahead of us, there have already been 86 closings in Snowmass Village this year,” says Erik Berg of Portfolio Aspen Properties. “That is compared to 82 total sales in 2011 and 2012.”

Base Village, a massive real estate

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Thousands of homes will be shown across the country this spring, and Portfolio Aspen Properties has compiled some helpful tips for home sellers that will surely be noticed by potential buyers. “Spring comes with more than just nice weather. There are plenty of opportunities for sellers to go that extra mile when showing a home. In our experience, buyers really respond well when they can visualize themselves living in the home, and we do everything we can to make sure that happens,” said Erik Berg. Berg runs the Aspen real estate company.   At the very least, here are a few things sellers can do to prepare a property:

1)  Whip the yard into shape. Sellers will sometimes overlook the yard when showing a home even though it’s one of the first things a

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