Breckenridge, Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne, if you have been looking to settle in Summit County, Colorado, Joanne Hanson has written an informative article about the current real estate market for the first time home buyer offering some great information, especially if you happen to be a young professional looking to make your mountain home in Summit County, Colorado.
Joanne talks about 2-3 bedroom units generally in the $300 – $400,000 range in the different Summit County communities, affordable and attainable housing, and advice to the first time buyer …
“So what would I advise a first time home buyer in Summit County today? First, take advantage of the combination of low interest rates and lower prices, and then get the first time homebuyer tax credit of $8,000. If you have owned a home before, but not in the last three years, you still qualify as a first time buyer. Look carefully at homes and consider whether you are willing to accept deed restrictions to get more space, or if you want an unrestricted unit but might have to live in a smaller, older condo.”
To read the complete article visit this listing, First time home buyers, should you be buying now in Summit County, Colorado?