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Zip Line, Logging and One Burley Chopper- Telski Readies for Winter, Next Summer

Written by Suzanne Cheavens, Associate Editor Telluride Daily Planet
Posted by Jennifer Sulze on September 05, 2019 in  uncategorized
As summer dwindles and crisp nights hint at fall, the Telski is readying for the winter. A heavy-lift helicopter is laboring through most of September, as the resort executes a selective logging operation on the mountain that will improve forest health, mitigate wildfire fuel and make for some impressive tree skiing. But next summer is also on Telski officials’ minds. The infrastructure for a new zip line is nearing completion, and the latest on-mountain feature will be open for next summer’s thrill-see... read more
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Yes, You Can Still Afford a Home

Posted by Ed Mueck on March 12, 2020 in  uncategorized
The residential real estate market has come roaring out of the gates in 2020. Compared to this time last year, the number of buyers looking for a home is up 20%, and the number of home sales is up almost 10%. The increase in purchasing activity has caused home price appreciation to begin reaccelerating. Many analysts have boosted their projections for price appreciation this year. Whenever home prices begin to increase, there’s an immediate concern about how that will impact the ability Americans ha... read more
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Why Telluride Just Might Be America's Coolest Ski Town

Posted by Jennifer Sulze on December 21, 2018 in  uncategorized
Though many of Colorado's ski towns have become retreats for the  superrich, Telluride remains true to its frontier roots. Written by, David Amsden from Travel and Leisure  As the plane began its descent into Telluride one afternoon, I pressed my face to the window, giddy with anticipation. For years, I had been only dimly aware of this southwestern Colorado town tucked into a remote canyon in the San Juan Mountains, a skier's haven where Oprah Winfrey owns one of her many homes. And then, the ... read more
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Why Is It so Important to Be Pre-Approved in the Homebuying Process?

Posted by Carrie Di Pilato on September 10, 2020 in  uncategorized
You may have heard that pre-approval is a great first step in the homebuying process. But why is it so important? When looking for a home, the temptation to fall in love with a house that’s outside your budget is very real. So, before you start shopping around, it’s helpful to know your price range, what you’re comfortable within a monthly mortgage payment, and ultimately how much money you can borrow for your loan. Pre-approval from a lender is the only way to do this. According to a re... read more
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Why Foreclosures Will Not Crush the Housing Market Next Year

Posted by Carrie Di Pilato on August 25, 2020 in  uncategorized
With the strength of the current housing market growing every day and more Americans returning to work, a faster-than-expected recovery in the housing sector is already well underway. Regardless, many are still asking the question: will we see a wave of foreclosures as a result of the current crisis? Thankfully, research shows the number of foreclosures is expected to be much lower than what this country experienced during the last recession. Here’s why. According to Black K... read more
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