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Fri May 10, 2013
Andrew Ernemann answered:
The short answer is yes. There are very few single family homes with direct ski access on Aspen Mountain, and there are a number of ski-accessible homes at the Highlands and Maroon Creek Club neighborhoods (with access to Tiehack/Buttermilk). The houses at Highlands and Maroon Creek Club don't necessarily sell at a premium to other neighborhoods closer in to the core of town (i.e. the West End and the Core itself), and there's a lot more that goes into price for those properties than just the ski access. I'm happy to chat about further questions or work with you if you don't already have a real estate broker, and can be reached at or 970-379-8125. ... more
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Thu Mar 19, 2015
Joseph Roraff answered:
You contact all the banks in your area. Eventually there will be contact info so keep an eye on it.
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Sun Jun 1, 2014
Brenda Wild answered:

17 years ago I moved here and have never looked back. Aspen is one of the biggest small towns you will live. There is more hiking, biking and skiing, music and fantastic food in the downtown core.

There are some wonderful core condominiums that you could purchase in your price range that you could walk to all that is important to you. I see you wrote a home which would be difficult to obtain however the east side of town has a couple options that would be closer to a home atmosphere.

The east side of town is just a brief couple moments from town and is quiet and easy access to everything you desire.

I would like to have the opportunity to earn your business! Please give me a call at your convenience at 970-379-2299 or email me at

All the best,

Brenda Wild
RE/MAX Premier Properties
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Tue Jul 14, 2015
Andrew Ernemann answered:
Great time for buyers to get in the market in Basalt/Carbondale. My opinion is that the location of your purchase within that area of the Valley is less important than the actual properties you identify themselves. Every neighborhood has some level of distressed/bank-owned properties these days, and depending on the neighborhood and property type there may be multiple opportunities. My recommendation is for you to work with someone that really understands the market, and can help you with sound investment-based decisions.

Andrew Ernemann
BJ Adams & Company
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Tue Sep 11, 2012
Julian Hardaker answered:
Hi Sondra,

I would be interested in working with your buyers. You can visit my websites and to find out more about me. You will also find my contact info there.

Best wishes,

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