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Located right off of Highway 285, Kenosha Pass and campground is known as one of the nation’s highest mountain passes, sitting at an elevation of 10,000 feet. This small, easily accessible campground is perfect for a family getaway, hiking, biking, backpacking and horseback riding on the lengthy trails. Take in the spectacular views of Mount Evans and Mount Bierstadt. 

 

FISHING: Jefferson Lake is a short 10 mile drive from Kenosha Pass and is known as one of the best fishing spots in Park County with incredible views and scenery. Make sure you stop by Jefferson Market on your way for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Click the link for menu and pricing.  https://jeffersonmarket17.com/menu.

 

BE PREPARED: Thunderstorms are very common at

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COVID-19 is going to be with us for a while. There is talk of mutations and a resurgence of the virus in populated areas. They may close the beaches again. Wear a mask, don’t wear a mask?

                I believe you need an escape. Think about it: a place to stay locked down with the freedom to go outside and walk around your own property without worrying about getting sick.  Stay safe but breathe in that fresh air. Close enough to the metro area that you can buzz down to get important matters handled. Work from Home or just go fishing. Let the Mountain air relax and soothe you.

                We can give you peace of mind with a property that is safer than being in the metro area. A place to regroup and live again. There

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Housing Demand
Homebuyer interest recovered quickly and remains high despite the weaker economic environment, as low mortgage rates, virtual tools, and lockdown lifts have enabled many buyers to continue the home search process, albeit often with adaptations. Housing remains an essential good, and this activity demonstrates that real estate can remain fairly active even during recessionary periods.

Home Prices
Prices have regained momentum as the mix of inventory shifts back toward higher-priced properties and demand for entry-level properties surges. With overall inventory levels at historic lows and buyer interest high, sellers have regained confidence and leverage in recent weeks, which suggests

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What Are Experts Saying About the Rest of 2020? 

 

One of the biggest questions on everyone’s minds these days is: What’s going to happen to the housing market in the second half of the year? Based on recent data on the economy, unemployment, real estate, and more, many economists are revising their forecasts for the remainder of 2020 – and the outlook is extremely encouraging. Here’s a look at what some experts have to say about key areas that will power the industry and the economy forward this year.

Mortgage Purchase Originations: Joel Kan, Associate Vice President of Economic and Industry Forecasting, Mortgage Bankers Association

“The recovery in housing is happening faster than expected. We anticipated a drop off in Q3. But, we

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            In these current times with political tension, racial tension, protesting, rioting and then toss in COVID-19 we should ask ourselves some questions. Is my family safe living in the city? Is city life still for me? What can I do to better protect myself and my family? I, myself was terrified and scared for my family at times. I cannot imagine how terrifying it must be to be living in the city and be so unsure of what is going to happen from one day to the next. But there is a solution!!

Come to the mountains!!

            Get yourself a mountain bunker or retreat! Maybe just a small piece of land to go camping and get away for a few days! You will be close to all things Rocky Mountain from camping, hiking, mountain

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Reason To Take Advantage Of A Sellers Market

  • Buyers want to get ahead of an uncertain market.
  • Sellers with high equity can turn a good profit.
  • Unique homes and fixer uppers fare better.
  • Buyers in a competitive market tend to ask for less concessions.
  • HIGHER PRICES!

Tips for Selling Your Home

· Paint or Stain the exterior of your home.

· Paint or stain the front door.

· Clean and de-clutter inside and out.

· Make sure there are no leaky faucets or toilets.

· Be prepared for the county septic inspection.

*Painting or staining the exterior of your home dramatically increases the showings . Getting people inside is easier when the outside looks good too. Don’t forget to

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The South Park Basin

 


 

 

South Park is a grassland flat within the basin formed by the Rocky Mountains' Mosquito and Park Mountain Ranges[1] within central Colorado. This high valley ranges in elevation from approximately 9,000 to 10,000 ft (3,000 m). It encompasses approximately 1,000 square miles (2,590 km² or 640,000 acres) around the headwaters of the South Platte River in Park County approximately 60 mi (100 km) southwest of Denver. It is the largest and southernmost of three similarly named high altitude basins in the Front Range of Colorado, the others being North Park and Middle Park. The largest town in the basin is Fairplay, with a population of 681.

 

Geologically, the valley is a wide faulted syncline of sedimentary

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