Breckenridge tourism indicators for 2013 beat previous best year ever

Breckenridge has reported its best year ever with key tourism indicators up in 2013 from 2007, which was previously its strongest year.

Denver-based DestiMetrics, which provides destination resort lodging data, recently released numbers reporting 2013 lodging occupancy in Breckenridge was 2 percent up from 2007, and the 2013 average daily room rate (ADR) was up 9.5 percent over 2007.

The winter occupancy for the 2013-14 season in Breckenridge is up 13 percent year-over-year, and the ADR is up 1 percent.

What does this all mean for you? So many of my clients own rental property so all this tourist activity is great for those rental revenues. Breckenridge is finally getting noticed for great summers also not just a ski destination.

If you don’t rent out your property or forgot that this is an option for you give me a call and can talk about the various ways we can increase your rentals.

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