Well all you buyers and sellers, here we go again. The listing and early selling season is upon us. Listers should be calling to get scheduled for their listing time frame. You need to have your repairs done. You should start decluttering asap. If you need interior paint get-er-done. If you need exterior paint get it scheduled. Carpet in bad shape , replace it. It is truly important you put your best foot forward. Get the junk out of the yard! If you say( well just sell it as is) it  will cost you money and prospective buyers. If you are not able to get the property in shape then don’t blame the realtor for the pricing.  This is your investment, you have to get involved. If you just have a lot With “Stuff” on it, Evacuate the “Stuff”.

You buyers…

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The 30th Annual Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championship will be held in Historic Downtown Breckenridge January 20th – January 24th. 16 teams from around the World will be transforming 20-tons of ice into hand carved works of art.

Admission is free and the venue will include a Children’s Event, Fine Arts and Winter Holiday Celebration. Public Transportation and off-site parking is available. The event will close January 29th at 7:00 PM and all sculptures will be taken down.





Direct: (719) 838-7003

Mobile: (303) 514-9935 Mobile  

E-mail: Lora@JeffReal.com   

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The enjoyment of the great outdoors is one of the main reasons we recreate – “to get away from it all”!! Snowmobile access to trails provides the opportunity to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.



  •          Snowmobile riders may find themselves in harsh weather conditions. Today’s snowmobile clothing is excellent at providing warmth and preventing wind and moisture from chilling a rider. Do not cut corners when purchasing your riding gear because it is your best protection against the elements. Be sure to select garments that do not absorb moisture, robbing you of body heat.
  •          Wear a helmet when snowmobiling. It is your head’s best protection in case of an accident. It is also the best protection from wind and…

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Below are five compelling reasons to list your house this winter.

1. Demand Is Strong

The latest Buyer Traffic Report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) shows that buyer demand remains strong throughout the vast majority of the country. These buyers are ready, willing, and able to purchase, and are in the market right now. More often than not, in many areas of the country, multiple buyers are competing with each other to buy the same home.

Take advantage of the buyer activity currently in the market.

2. There Is Less Competition Now

Inventory is still under the 6-month supply needed for a normal housing market. This means in the majority of the country, there are not enough homes for sale to satisfy the number of buyers in…

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Frozen in time Jefferson Lake

Have a look!!!!  You will not be disappointed, few people make it up to the lake in winter.

Jefferson Lake Recreation Area is a fee area managed by concessionaire located northwest of Jefferson off US Highway 285.  It is a popular area for camping, picnicking, fishing, and hiking.  There are a number of campgrounds available, but none are located directly on Jefferson Lake.  For backpacking and day hiking, the Colorado Trail passes through the area on its way to Georgia Pass and the Jefferson Lake and Jefferson Loop trails also offer day hikers options for long or short walks. 

During the winter, Jefferson Lake offers Ice Fishing!

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Going off the Beaten Path in Park County Colorado

Surrounded by National Forest

Park County is surrounded by San Isabel, and Pike National Forests, and there are lots of trails that you can go wheeling on, no matter what your level of experience is.  To see what the most famous trails in this area are, purchase or borrow the Guide to Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails, written by Charles A. Wells, and Matt Peterson.  This is a great guide for wheeling in South Park.  In that publication, the Park County trails are in areas 3, 4, and 5.  The guide also categorizes the trails in green (easy), blue (moderate), and red (difficult).

 The green trails can be done in just an all-wheel drive vehicle!  You can get some great views and…

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