Vail Valley Real Estate News, Market Conditions and Trends for Tuesday, April 8, 2014. Michael Routh on Good Morning Vail, Land Title Market Indicators for 2014, two new Rocky Mountain Home Team listings and more. Check out our latest edition of Vail Valley Real Estate News!
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Rocky Mountain Home Team leader Michael Routh was on Good Morning Vail last weekend, taking about Eagle County Real Estate with host Tracy Miller. Michael enjoyed his segment, but somehow the TV8 folks shuffled together our photos of 1398 Beard Creek and 111 Pilgrim Drive. Fear not – if you’d like to see all the photos of these outstanding properties in their proper order, you can always follow the links to our listing pages!
In our last installment of Vail Valley Real Estate News, we anticipated a spike in sales for the last few days of March. The numbers have made it official, with 21 sales between March 28 and March 31, bringing the monthly total to 79 homes – firmly ahead of the 63 homes sold in February.
Speaking of February, Land Title released its Market Indicators report for that month on Monday – and the numbers reveal a strong start for 2014. The total dollar volume for February was $121,963,299, bringing the year-to-date total to over $255 million through Feb. 28. This represents a 44% increase over the same period in 2013.
As for the Rocky Mountain Home Team, we have closed on five of our listed properties so far in 2014 and have almost twice that number under contract. We also brought two new properties to market in the last eight days – say hello to 600 Nottingham Road #3 and 100 W Beaver Creek 806!
As spring returns to the Vail Valley, we’re anticipating good things for 2014.
VAIL VALLEY EVENTS
The Drama Club at Homestake Peak School is proud to present “Alice in Wonderland, Jr” Wednesday and Thursday at the school’s auditorium. First-year musical director Matthew Miller presents a cast of 20 sixth, seventh and eighth graders singing and dancing their way through a re-imaging of the classic Disney story. Tickets are $5 per person or $20 per family; children 5 and younger are free. For more information, contact Homestake Peak School at 970-328-2940.