Monday, April 13, 2009

Steamboat Springs Season Pass for 2009 - 2010

Get your Steamboat Springs Season Pass by June 1st and save $100.00 from last years prices. The ski area is listening to the locals and we want better deals. If you are an avid skier in Routt County (best champagne powder in the Rocky Mountains), then you will want to buy your pass early. Below is the list of prices based on dates purchased. See you next year on the slopes since Sunday was the last day of this years ski season - bummer....

Season pass prices
■ Through June 1

Adult ages 18 to 69: $879

Teen ages 13 to 17: $479

Child ages 6 to 12*: $269

Senior 70 or older: $349

Upgrade to add Copper Mountain and Winter Park: $40

■ June 2 through Aug. 14

Adult: $999

Teen: $539

Child*: $299

Senior: $429

Upgrade: $60

■ Aug. 15 through Nov. 20

Adult: $1,199

Teen: $639

Child*: $389

Senior: $519

Upgrade: $60

■ After Nov. 20

Adult: $1,299

Teen: $669

Child*: $469

Senior: $599

Upgrade: $75

*Children 12 and younger ski free if a parent or guardian buys a season pass

Passes are available at or through Steamboat Central Reservations, 877-276-2628.

Source: Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp.


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I work as a Buyer's Agent for my clients. I also represent Sellers. If you are buying or selling in the Steamboat Springs or surrounding areas, I can provide what you need. I am paid my success fee only after you experience success!

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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Foreclosures in Routt County

Foreclosures in Routt County are up from this time last year. Public Trustee/Routt County Treasurer Jeanne Whiddon, said there are currently 32 foreclosures being processed. Last year at this same time there were only 13. If the trend continues there could be 120 to 130 foreclosure proceedings in 2009 compared to 55 in 2008. Homes that enter into foreclosure proceedings are often not sold. There are ways to keep from permanently losing your home.

If you are not making your mortgage payments speak to your lender and negotiate a loan modification. If that process fails and your lender begins foreclosure proceedings, contact Jeanne and talk with her about what can be done to prevent the sale of your home. The best defense is a well played offense. Even if payments are not being made, communication with your lender is vital. The earlier you can begin the talks the more likely you are to retain you home. For real estate counsel, selling a home, or looking to buy, contract me for assistance - I am happy to help!
Michelle (970) 846-1086


cell: 970.846.1086
office: 970.879.8100 EXT 434