The Number Of Sales: Up or Down?

Hello from Breckenridge, Colorado!

It’s still a buyer’s market in Breckenridge, and the number of sales is increasing, but what’s the multi-year trend?

Get the quick answer from our 1-minute video, or see the details below.

The short answer is: The number of sales in Breckenridge has been steadily increasing 14.7% (on average) every year since 2009.

The chart below shows the number of residential sales in Breckenridge:

  • All residential property types: homes, condos, townhomes, duplexes, and vacant land
  • Sales from 1/1 to 10/16 of each year, so each bar shows sales for the first 10 months of each year
  • The highest number of transactions was in 2005, with 1017 sales
  • The lowest number was in 2009, with just 291 sales
  • The number of sales increased in 2010, 2011, and 2012, averaging an increase of 14.7% more sales, every year.
  • However, the number of sales is still 30% below the 8-year average of the number of sales for the years 2004-2011, inclusive.
  • The chart looks very similar for all of Summit County, with the exception that there has been an increase of 14.1% more sales every year since 2009 (vs 14.7% in Breckenridge).
  • Despite this good news, prices are mostly flat in all categories, but we are beginning to see some evidence of prices starting to think about heading up just a tiny bit — too soon to tell for sure, but we’ll keep you posted!

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So, now you know the story on sales in Breckenridge. Believe it or not, we have even more data, so if you like market statistics, you know who to call!

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