Meet Teresa and Roger Moen!

Having been here since 1997 as full-time Realtors, Teresa and I are well-versed in all aspects of residential real estate here in Breckenridge, Colorado.

I like working with RE/MAX because they’re #1 in the world, #1 in the US, #1 in Colorado, and #1 in Summit County. It’s nice to be with Number One.

We like to work as a Buyer’s Agent. We want to represent you. It’s a small town and often times we’ll know things about properties that we can share with you as a Buyer’s Agent. You really want somebody in your corner, that has a lot of experience. Not somebody that’s in it just for the transaction.

If I were to offer tips and secrets about buying property up here in a ski resort, it would be location. Ski-in/ski-out is going to render you the greater rental income. So you really want to have that perfect spot, so people can get out of their bed, get on their skis, and hit the slopes.

We’ve sold to people that have done so many transactions with us – up to 10. They send us their children. They send us their grandchildren, and it’s a really nice relationship that we’ve developed over the years.

And it really makes it so much more personal. It’s better and more trusting for everybody and more enjoyable. We want to be your family Realtor.

So whether you’re looking for a cabin in the woods or a magnificent slope-side mansion, we’re happy to help!

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Real estate sales in Summit County are anything but scary – they’re rather impressive!

New under contract activity remains very strong, in fact last week was at a level usually only witnessed during the peak summer selling season! Sales are up, the average sold price is up and the pending properties are holding at over 400 still (they have been that way all summer long)…this is a very impressive wind down to our summer selling season here in Summit County, Colorado.

FYI: That 400 pending represents about 30% of what has already closed this year and there are still three months left.

Interesting: Summit County residential properties that are under contract today have a higher average list price than what has sold this year (over $100,000 higher). In fact, if what is under contract today closes at an average sold price at the same list/sell ratio the county has witnessed so far this year the average sold price is going to move up.

The Average Sold Price So Far by Town for Residential Sales

Summit County Real Estate Sales 2015