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Wed Mar 2, 2016
Aaron.kinslow asked:
Tue May 12, 2015
Cam Boyd answered:
I don't understand your question. Can you give a bit more info? Or rephrase your question?
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Tue May 12, 2015
Cam Boyd answered:
I don't understand your question. Can you give a bit more info? Or rephrase your question?
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Shelby Guettich answered:
I'm a buyers agent and I have lived in Colorado all my life, Steamboat for 25 years. Call me directly and I'll be glad to talk with you about Steamboat Springs. 970-846-0995.
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Wed Jan 28, 2015
Darrin Fryer answered:
Hi Ligia - hopefully you found a spot! For you or others looking for rentals, Steamboat Sotheby's is a great spot to check into! Not only do we have a rental division, but we also have some inside knowledge of owners who may be looking to rent out their properties, but have not yet made it public knowledge. The number at Sotheby's is: 970-879-8100 or feel free to send me a message! ... more
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Thu May 15, 2014
fabaitis asked:
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Thu Mar 20, 2014
Jim Walters answered:
Please provide a few more details, or call me directly 970-879-9944 for Steamboat Springs expert advice.
Jim Walters
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
Tfnoon answered:
Some are too militant, too controlling. They pass laws about minutia and enforce them ruthlessly. Garage doors must never be left open more than the time it takes to put a car in or pull it out? Grass over 1.5" is too long? Ask neighbors what the HOA is like -- are they reasonable or constantly in your face? ... more
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Wed Jan 15, 2014
Jim Walters answered:
Hi Jeff;

That property was actually sold and closed on 12/31/13. Contact me and I can help with other options for you.

Jim Walters
RE/MAX PArtners
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Mon Oct 28, 2013
Ruthann answered:
When considering maximizing short term rental income, consider what renters look for: 1. proximity to free bus; 2. proximity to ski resort; private, semi private or shared hot tub; views; # sleep. ... more
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Jim Walters answered:
Yes, as you can see from responses - also senior housing -if this is your specific interest contact me if you require more detail as I have a family member living in a great place!
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Sat Aug 17, 2013
Michelle Diehl, GRI answered:
$371.40 per month HOA INCLUDESWaterSewerCable TVTrash ServiceLawn MaintenanceBuilding MaintenanceSnow PlowingSnow ShovelingCommon Amenities
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Cindy MacGray answered:
Jodi - do you have an ID number that was associated with the photos/property? Happy to send you any photos you need, Cindy
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Dylan Davidson answered:
Yes this is a fractional ownership opportunity. HOA Fees are $854.88 per month. Please feel free to contact me at if there is anything else I can help you with. ... more
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Sat Aug 10, 2013
Dan Shores answered:
The best buy closest to Steamboat would be found in any one of three subdivision just west of town. Steamboat II , Heritage Park and Silver Spur. All three of these areas are more reasonably priced than similar properties that are closer to town and the ski mountain. If you don't mind the short commute, you will find some very attractive pricing in these areas. Stagecoach is also an option but much more of a commute especially in winter and you need an experienced agent to help you as some of the properties do not have full utility service.

Thanks for your interest and feel free to contact me for more info at:
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties
350 S. Lincoln Ave. #103
Steamboat Springs, Co. 80487
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Fri Jun 7, 2013
Dave Moloney answered:

The Big Creek Ranch is a truly spectacular property. It consists of a couple of different parcels for tax purposes. Most of the property is taxed as Agricultural/Forestry lands so the taxes are pretty low considering the market value of the property. The most recent taxes on the property totaled $14,531.80. If I can be of further service, please contact me.

Dave Moloney
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties or 970-846-5050.
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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Meg Firestone answered:
This 2 bedroom Dulany condo has HOA fees that are $10,782 a year.
There is a special assessment amount of $15,087.48 if made in a one-time payment. Also have the option of quarterly payments beginning on July 1, 2012 which are $848.98 over five years (20 quarters) for courtyard remodel project.

There are quite a few 2 bedroom condos in this price range on the market. If you would like more info feel free to call or e-mail. or 970-846-5643.

Meg Firestone
Prudential Steamboat Realty
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Katherine Steinberg answered:
Thank you for your inquiry. This is a 25% ownership giving you 13 weeks usage per year on a rotating calendar and also provides you a slope side owner's storage for skis, snowboards, boots, etc, along with a year round heated pool and health club. The taxes are $221.06 per year and the HOA fees are $854.88 quarterly. You have year round access to all of the amenities even though your condo allows for 13 weeks usage. There are other benefits such as FIrst Tracks skiing opportunities offered exclusively to Steamboat Grand owners, parking year round up at the ski area for one car in the covered garage on a daily basis, based on first come first serve. The parking has always been available for us and we are local owners of one of these units. We rent ours out and cover all of our taxes and HOA fees. You can also join RCI and trade your weeks for other nice resorts around the world. This is the lowest priced ownership opportunity at the Steamboat Grand. Please call me to set up a showing or for more information. Kathy Steinberg 970-846-8418 ... more
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Tue Feb 26, 2013
David Baldinger, Jr. answered:
Good question! There are several options for specific developments that would suit your needs. As stated in previous replies, the closer you are to the center of the "radius" of the ski area base, the higher per-night rental rates you can get. However, this also translates to higher asking and sales prices because, in general, values are greater the closer you are to the ski area core. Some other important questions to ask yourself are what types of amenities are important to you (pool, hot tub, parking garage, shuttle service, etc.) and what is your threshold for out-of-pocket monthly or quarterly expenses such as HOA assessments? Generally speaking, the more amenities, the higher the HOA fees. If you are paying cash, there are several options for properties that would cover HOA fees and would likely cash-flow from a rental income perspective. There are some great options in our market right now for well-priced properties that are a great value in terms of purchase price, and that would also give you a good ROI from rental income. I have been selling resort condominiums in Steamboat for almost 20 years, and I have lived here all my life. I have intimate knowledge of Steamboat and of our market, and I would welcome the opportunity to give you more specific details about properties that would fit your needs. Please feel free to call me at (970) 846-2560 or email me at
I hope to hear from you soon!
All the best,

David Baldinger, Jr.
Managing Broker/Owner
Steamboat Village Brokers, Ltd.
**Steamboat's Premier Resort Real Estate Team for Over 30 Years!**
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Sharon Pace Ward answered:
Other pitfalls are that the lot rent has the ability to be increased by the owner of this Subdivision, and dogs are not allowed at this complex.
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