Winter Park Real Estate is Down for 1st Half of 2019 Compared to 2018, But Plenty of New Construction Winter Park Real Estate is down 16% in Sales and 15% in Units Sold for the year of 2019 compared to 2018 through June. The Average Sales Price decreased 1.2%. The sectors were mixed with Residential down significantly and Condominiums & Vacant Land up. Significantly, results were substantially worse in the 2nd quarter comparison to 2018 than the 1st quarter comparison. In the Residential Sector (Single Family Homes, Duplexes & Townhomes) for the year so far, the Number of Sold Listings is down 35% and the Dollar Volume of Sold Listings is down 32% under 2018. However, the result of this... Read More →
Winter Park Resort Opens New 10 Person Gondola: https://www.skyhinews.com/news/breaking-new-gondola-now-officially-open-at-winter-park-resort-with-video/
Sale of Intrawest & Management of Winter Park to Aspen-KSL is Now Final Sale of Winter Park Resort operator gets finalized; 3 resort companies merge to form new, unnamed entity Sale of Winter Park Resort operator gets finalized; 3 resort companies merge to form new, unnamed entity
Winter Park Real Estate is on the Move Here is a link to an interesting article that appeared today on the Denver Post Business webpage: https://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_29568497/grand-countys-languid-real-estate-recovery-gets-spur
Just a quick look at the month of July shows that the Number of Sales was even with last year while the Sales Dollars was up 10%. The Average Price was also up by 10%. This is a much better performance than we have seen for the first 6 months. A full copy of the Winter Park Real Estate Year-to-Date Report is available by emailing me at Paul@PaulLewis.net. You can always see all the MLS listings at www.WinterParkRealEstate.NET These statistics were compiled from data from the Grand County Board of Realtors and are deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed.
Winter Park Real Estate continued to perform poorly in the second quarter of 2015. The Number of Sold Listings was down 9% for the quarter (-12% for the first half of the year) and the Dollar Volume of Sold Listings was down 14% for the quarter (-17% for the first half of the year). Particularly weak was the Residential Sector (Single Family Homes, Duplexes & Townhomes) where the Number of Sold Listings was down 25% from the first half of last year and the Dollar Volume of Sold Listings was down 21%. The only good news here is that the Average Sales Price is up 5%. The Condominium Sector fared better. While the Number of Sold Listings was down 7%... Read More →
Winter Park Ski Resort just announced that they are extending the ski season to April 27. I wonder if that has anything to do with the 10″ we got last night or the 7″ the night before?
My hometown, Fraser, CO, was just named #4 Best Secret Ski Towns of North America by National Geographic Magazine: https://adventure.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/trips/best-secret-ski-towns-photos/#close-modal
In case you are wondering where Winter Park real estate sales compares to other ski resorts, here are the latest figures from other Rocky Mountain resorts with Winter Park Area added for the first six month’s sales for 2013. Aspen ~ down 12% in dollar amount of sales; up 10% in number of sales. Breckenridge ~ up 18% in dollar amount of sales; up 23% in number of sales. Jackson Hole ~ up 35% in dollar amount of sales; up 43% in number of sales. Steamboat ~ up 7.5% in dollar amount of sales; up 14.2% in number of sales. Vail ~ down 11% in dollar amount of sales; up 10% in number of sales. Telluride ~ down 5.2% in... Read More →