Thursday, June 16, 2011
The Steamboat Pilot reports that the scheduled foreclosure sale of the remaining unsold luxury condominium units at One Steamboat Place has been postponed for the sixth time, this time until June 29.
One Steamboat Place has continued to operate as a resort lodging property for both owners and guests, and was busy throughout the 2010-11 ski season. The managers of the property say it has a strong homeowners association.
David Burden of Timbers Resorts, which led the construction and continues to manage the property, said last year
I’m positive we’re working this out. My partners are willing to invest many (additional) millions, but only on certain terms. … We’re very confident we’ll get this loan restructured
Routt County Public Trustee Jeanne Whiddon said Wednesday that in theory, the series of postponed sale dates could stretch into next year. The deadline for the lenders to either withdraw their notice of election demand, which constitutes a foreclosure filing, or take the property through to a foreclosure sale is March 16, 2012.
Sales since November have reduced the outstanding balance on the construction loan to less than $100 million. The last developer’s sale at One Steamboat Place was recorded on April 8.
Friday, June 10, 2011
To jump-start the summer, Bear Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossingis offering a new promotion!
In addition to the 25% off, they are offering 3 years paid homeowner association dues at closing to the next buyer.
Remember, Bear Lodge is the only new development that is 80% sold out! The developer is debt free, the model unit is open every day and the amenity package is unlike anywhere else in town. The remaining availability and pricing on the remaining 7 developer units can be found here
Contact me to view these properties.
As of Friday, May 27th, the 31st residence in First Tracks at Wildhorse Meadows has closed. In addition, another 2 bedroom is under contract and is slated to close July 7th. The remaining availability and pricing can be found here.See more details about Wildhorse
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Edgemont has $7M in outstanding debt that will be paid in full by May 2011. It’s over 50% sold, with 18 condos remaining. 70% of the original contract holders (back in 2007) closed, which underscores the viability of the project. Edgemont is not holding any contracts back as “potential sales” which could skew the numbers; the ones that didn’t close are back on the market and ready for new buyers.
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Pricing for the remaining fifteen residences at Edgemont as of April 22, 2011 are here.
Some things to note:
- 2 Bedroom Units: The remainder of our two bedroom units have been reduced up to $275,000 from winter pricing and residences (#2306 & #2403) are now priced just under $1 million at $995,000.
- 3 Bedroom Units: #2402, #2408, #2502 and #2608 have each been reduced between $50,000 and $90,000.
In addition to the release of this new pricing, Edgemont is excited to announce the Spring/Summer 2011 Sales Program – NO OWNERSHIP COSTS UNTIL SKI SEASON 2011/2012 BEGINS! This means HOA Dues, Property Taxes & Electricity will be paid by the developers while you are sunbathing at the Edgemont pool this summer!
On another note, Edgemont has had a few interested buyers inquire about partnership opportunities for both usage and financial reasons. If you are interested in joining another family in ownership at Edgemont, please contact me, and I will be happy to help facilitate the discussion.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
The Steamboat Pilot reports that Storm Mountain Ranch developer Jeff Temple and his wife, Kim, have sold their home on Water Song Lane on a prime 70-acre tract fronting the largest pond in the development for $5.3 million.
“We really feel fortunate,” Temple said. “I got a fair price. And the sale, with the price per square foot, shows the value of a shared ranch community. It’s a big accomplishment.”
The 4,855-square-foot home sold for the equivalent of $1,091 per square foot, albeit on twin 35-acre lots at Storm Mountain.
The buyer’s broker said her client acted when the price was reduced a second time to $5.7 million, and the deal was put together within a week.
The home is all on one level with a family-style floor plan, and the home is easy to maintain, the broker said. It has a high level of finishes but succeeds in looking unpretentious.
“It’s a house you can make a home,” she said.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Summertime in Steamboat Springs
After a tremendous winter ski season and extended thaw, summer is finally right around the corner. As the snow melts, the trees are budding, flowers are blooming and a gorgeous carpet of lush emerald green is beginning to cover the surrounding valley. There’s really nothing like summers in Steamboat Springs. The options of things to do are endless! Whether you prefer scenic hikes, tubing down the Yampa, mountain biking, golf, fishing or great music and arts……Steamboat has something for everyone.
Some great summer events to look forward to:
· Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series
· Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K
· Steamboat Cowboy’s Roundup Days and 4th of July Celebration
· Hot Air Balloon Rodeo and Art in the Park
· Steamboat Wine Festival
· Wild West Air Fest
· Strings Music Festival
· Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup
One Steamboat Place is not only the most convenient and ideal location for accessing the ski slopes, but also the perfect summer setting as well. Nestled in the mountain village where Mt. Werner is our Owner’s backyard playground, One Steamboat Place is steps from shopping, dining options and endless recreational opportunities. If you are considering spending some time this summer in Steamboat Springs to continue exploring the possibilities of a Steamboat home away from home, come and enjoy the most luxurious residences in Steamboat Springs….
Our Guest Visit Program is an amazing opportunity for you to experience One Steamboat Place first hand.
Details of the summer program have been released. Contact me today for information and availability.
Going… going… GONE! The last bank owned home in the immediate vicinity of Steamboat Springs is under contract.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Homes with 3 or more bedrooms in the Downtown, Fish Creek and Mountain area of Steamboat Springs are now selling quickly. There may be more inventory on the horizon, but as of today, the last home listed as a REO (Bank Owned) on the Steamboat Springs MLS is under contract. Since January 1st, 2011, 44 homes have either sold or are pending sales that are scheduled to close soon. What’s left for Steamboat foreclosures are some incredible deals on the newly constructed Long View Townhomes in the $300k to $400k price range. Approximately 25% of the bank owned sales are for homes over $1,000,000, so it not just the lower priced properties of Steamboat Springs market that are in demand. Historically low interest rates coupled with higher demand and less inventory means it’s time to get off the fence!.