As a resort market, Summit County has it's nuances not found in most markets. We educate and inform you about them when you are buying property in Summit County. We will let you know when you might have to pay a transfer tax, if there is a resort fee, how well they maintain the roads and more.
We are local experts. Count on us to give you pros and cons of each area, neighborhood features, things to consider and more.
Summit County is a resort market so many homes are short term rented. We can give you an idea of what to expect in rental revenue, how well a property will rent and give you management options.
Buying a home, even a second home or investment property, can save you money on your taxes. Expenses you incur when buying and recurring expenses are both potentially tax deductible. Be diligent with your records and it may save you some money come tax time.
If you don't live here but are buying a property in Summit County, there are several items you should be aware of. Things like broker relationships, Colorado contracts and electronic signatures.
By keeping new home buyers informed about what to expect in their real estate transaction, The Mountain Living Team helps to keep the stress out of the home buying experience. If you’re wondering what you can expect when buying your first home, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s an overview of how the process works.
Summit County is a resort area. That makes home prices more expensive and frequently out of reach for local workers. To combat that, Summit County has a lot of deed restricted properties designed for those people that live and work in Summit County. Get additional information and see the deed restricted properties currently on the market.
Contact us today and discover all that Summit County has to offer