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Exploring Keystone's Bergman Bowl Expansion & Summit County Market Trends

Welcome back to another episode of the Ski Summit Show. I'm your host, Matt Dayton, from Cornerstone Real Estate, joined by my ever-reliable sidekick and producer, Benji, from Benji Does. As always, we're diving into the latest happenings in Summit County's real estate market, alongside some exciting news for ski enthusiasts.

The Keystone Resort’s Bergman Bowl Expansion

Keystone Resort recently shared an update on their ambitious Bergman Bowl expansion project. Initiated in summer 2022, this project aims to revolutionize the skiing experience at Keystone. Despite a temporary halt due to environmental concerns, the expansion promises to enhance the resort without increasing its overall acreage. It's set to introduce a new high-speed 6-passenger chairlift, 16 named trails, improved snowmaking capabilities, and a patrol hut, transforming 550 acres of hike-to-only terrain into a skier's paradise. Keep an eye on Keystone’s website for ongoing updates and check out our video below for a sneak peek at the project's current status.

Real Estate Tips: Prioritizing Your Choices

In today's real estate tip, we emphasize the importance of selecting the right lender and real estate agent before choosing your property. This approach ensures you have a knowledgeable and trustworthy team guiding you through the complexities of the real estate market, ultimately leading to a smoother and more informed property buying experience.

Market Update: A Close Look at Summit County

The real estate market in Summit County remains dynamic. Our screen-sharing segment revealed some interesting trends:

  • New listings: 21

  • Properties under contract: 26

  • Price reductions: 6

  • Total listings: 352, with 27% being new constructions yet to be built

Today's Top Picks

Don't miss our top 5 listings in Summit County, accessible via [link here]. Whether you're looking for a cozy family home or an investment property, these listings are worth exploring.

Question of the Day

We asked our viewers: Trees, Bumps, or Groomers? I, Matt, personally prefer Trees for the best powder experience. What's your preference? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Thank you for tuning into the Ski Summit Show. If you found this episode helpful, please leave us a like, share with your friends, and subscribe to our channel for more insightful updates on real estate and skiing in Summit County. Remember to check the description for links to everything we mentioned in this episode. Until next time, I'm Matt Dayton, and I look forward to seeing you in the mountains soon!


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