Colorado Association of REALTORS | KOAA: Coronavirus Drives Spike in Sales of Colorado Mountain Homes
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KOAA: Coronavirus Drives Spike in Sales of Colorado Mountain Homes

Jan 05 2021

KOAA: Coronavirus Drives Spike in Sales of Colorado Mountain Homes

The coronavirus hasn’t dampened the sale of homes on Colorado’s mountain communities. Sales in Telluride and Mountain Pass will likely pass $1 billion.

Telluride REALTOR George Harvey said, “It’s Biblical.”

“I was just on a 30-broker Zoom meeting this morning. All from Telluride. And we all said this: We are going to do less business in the next one to two years. Not because of demand, but because we don’t have enough product left to sell,” Harvey said.

Read the full KOAA article.

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