Whoa!! Is the 2014 Dew Tour stop in Breckenridge on your calendar? If not, you need to get busy! Scheduled for Dec. 11-14, 2014, the Dew Tour is a captivating celebration of incredible athleticism for both boarders and skiers. To ratchet up the competition, this event will draw top notch snowboard and freeski athletes who are prepping to compete for their slots on the U.S. Olympic team that competes in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. World class athletes like Shaun White, Louie Vito, Kelly Clark, Bobby Brown and more will be showing their skills before thousands of fans against the backdrop of glistening snow, brilliant sunshine, and the towering Rocky Mountain peaks of Breckenridge.
The town also comes to life with concerts, parties, film releases, great food, friends, and fun! It’s time to book your tickets, lock in your lodging, and tell your boss goodbye. Your boss will understand – this is simply what serious boarders and skiers must do once snow arrives.
We would be remiss if we did not warn you in advance of the dangers in visiting Breckenridge. First of all, you will fall in love with the quaint Victorian town, then the friendly, laid back atmosphere, and most importantly the stunning scenery, clean air, and glistening, powder snow that grace the slopes of Breckenridge – truly some of the best in the world. Once you fall in love with Breckenridge, your mind will start racing. Thoughts like, “I am not going to be able to leave”, “I am going to live here forever”, “Maybe I can get a job being a lift operator” all race through one’s mind. The next step is picking up the real estate papers that are on every corner, showing “to die for” real estate in Summit County and particularly in Breckenridge. Then, sticker shock could set in, and your dream may feel at risk of collapsing. But it doesn’t have to. You might have to adjust it to keep your day job, but still be able to call Breckenridge your home away from home.
What is this magical rescue of your dreams? Fractional real estate ownership. No, it’s not a time share. It is fractional real estate ownership where you can own your own luxury condo and only pay for what you use. You have a mortgage, you have a deed, and you have all of the benefits of home ownership in Summit County at a fraction of the cost and with none of the hassle. CLICK HERE for more information on fractional real estate.
Next step? Contact Brent Henry, a senior broker that specializes in fractional real estate in Breckenridge. Brent will schedule a complimentary, no hassle consultation with you to find out how he can be a part of helping your dream of a home away from home in Breckenridge come true. Call Brent at 970-485-2117 or e-mail Brent using the convenient form below.