The sales staff at Frias Properties of Aspen recently received the Partner Support Award from Vacation Roost/Mountain Reservations during the Mountain Travel Symposium in April at Squaw Valley, Cal
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We are just weeks away from the start of the summer season. If you own property in Aspen and are thinking of selling, summer is typically a good time to put a property on the market.
Frias Properties extranet specialist Jenny Jacque has been taking advantage of the wonderful weather this spring to hike Smuggler Mountain during her lunch breaks. Smuggler Mountain is a well-known Aspen landmark and the one-and-a-half-mile trail is one of the most popular workouts for mountain bikers, runners and hikers. The hike provides great scenery all along the way, leading to a platform at the top which has an amazing view of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. From there, hikers can return down the mountain or continue on to the Hunter Creek loop for an added challenge.
Frias Properties broker Will Burggraf is our resident expert on kayaking. HeaEU(tm)s spent the last decade paddling the rivers of the Roaring Fork Valley, and beyond.
As we progress into 2012, what predictions are reasonable for the Aspen real estate market for the upcoming year and beyond?
Andrew Myatt is what we call a modern-day "ski bum." He routinely accomplishes something most skiers only dream about -- logging 100 days of skiing in a season.
It's a commonly held belief in the Aspen real estate market that certain styles of homes sell quicker and for more money.
He comes from the Land Down Under, but Australian Nick Farr may know more about the Aspen slopes than even the most seasoned local. That's because this year, Farr celebrated his 20th season skiing Aspen, and has been bringing his Trek Climb Ski group here for ski Aspen tours for more than 17 years.
Thinking about an Aspen Spring skiing sojourn?
This week, I had the opportunity to visit Dolomite Villas Unit #2, a 4-bedroom, 3-bath deluxe townhouse located in the Galena Street Neighborhood.