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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.
Frias Properties of Aspen managing partner Tim Clark and his family had their own little triathlon the other day around Aspen Snowmass -- hiking, skiing and riding, and apres ski -- and loved every minute of it.
The City of Aspen has reported a second year of steadily improving sales tax receipts with 2011 receipts roughly 7 percent ahead of 2010. The Aspen commercial real estate market has stabilized and started recovering from the shock of the Great Recession.
This week, Frias Properties staff photographer Kevin Burton continues his blog series called "Behind the Lens," detailing recently photographed Aspen condos managed by Frias Proper