One of Colorado’s most popular towns, Vail is located just two hours from Denver in White River National Forest at the base of Vail Mountain, which is one of the largest in the state and home to the massive Vail Ski Resort. The town is an ideal location for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding, and also for summertime activities like golfing and hiking. It boasts some of the most breathtaking views in the world. Vail is the perfect place for the adventurers!
This location, just south of Avon, is popular all year long; it combines the modern resort town feel with the alpine village look. In Beaver Creek, visitors and residents enjoy world-class skiing and magnificent Rocky Mountain views. The pace is slow and the atmosphere is serene, making this community one of the top choices for those who want to make their temporary or permanent home here.
Arrowhead Village is one of the best-kept secrets of the Rockies. Originally a cattle and sheep operation, it has transformed into a simply gorgeous mountain property community, located just west of Beaver Creek Mountain. It is known for its majestic mountain and meadow views, its lush spruce and aspen groves, its variety of lodging offerings, its hiking trails, and more.
Edwards is located 110 miles west of Denver in the Vail Valley and situated right below the beautiful Sawatch Mountain Range with the Eagle River running through it. The town is a growing hub for businesses. Edwards boasts word-class recreation combined with an authentic, small-town feel.
Eagle’s motto is “Classic Colorado”, and that’s what you’ll find here. Their historic and charming downtown is located just west of Avon, a couple hours from Denver, and close to both Vail and Beaver Creek ski resorts. Though it is not a “resort town”, it is growing popular due to its amazing trails and trekking routes.
This rugged ranching town is small but proud - the relaxed atmosphere, multiple parks, and mixture of rural and urban lifestyles help Gypsum to stand apart from other Colorado locations.
If you want to live in a beautiful area off the beaten path, Sweetwater Creek is the right location! Situated at the edge of Flat Tops Wilderness in White River National Forest, this area offers spectacular scenery in addition to fishing, hunting, and other outdoor activities.
Team Black Bear can help you find your ideal Colorado ranch property! The ranches we list are unmatched in beauty and proximity to top recreational activities. Located in the Rocky Mountains, our Colorado ranches sit on majestic land; whether you prefer a mountain view, a meadow view, a lake view, or a forest view, we can help you find the ranch home that best suits your desires!
If you have been waiting to sell real estate that you own, because you wanted to sell at the peak of the market, you should get ready in 2022! Can the prices still go higher on homes, land and commercial/light industrial in Eagle County?...yes, but the rise has already greatly slowed. Interest rate hikes are already planned for 2022 and most Buyers reach a saturation point where they either can't afford any more and/or choose not to pay any more. This next year may actually be that point.read more
If you have been waiting to sell real estate that you own, because you wanted to sell at the peak of the market, you should get ready in 2022!read more
"Land is becoming more scarce over time and becoming more expensive. There’s nothing we can do to make more land. We’ve limited land in the USA, as the population increases, the demand for land and cost increases too." https://apxnproperty.com/why-buying-land-a-good-investment/read more
"When you purchase land in the path of growth, you will find yourself with a finite asset that a lot of other people want to get their hands on." https://retipster.com/landinvesting/read more
Buy dirt, they're not making any more of it!" are words in a recently released Country Western song.read more
Should you wait to buy because the prices will go down in the future? The prices are currently leveling off some, but a significant drop is not seen in the future by the economists nor the lending industry.read more