Summit realtors to get hopeful forecast
April 7, 2009
KEYSTONE ” In a timely follow-up to last week’s Mountain Travel Symposium, the Summit County’s real-estate professionals will get a regional and national economic forecast zeroing in on some improvement in the market.
Last week’s symposium speakers offered a mixed outlook for next season in terms of ticket sales and lodging. They emphasized flexibility and specialization, as well as up-to-date communications, as tools to address challenging economic times.
Land and home development and sales are equally important to the economy of mountain towns. According to a media advisory from the Summit Association of Realtors, Yun’s data shows an uptick in the sales index and rising December home sales ” potentially hopeful signs for Summit County and the country.
The Summit group said in its statement that home-buying incentives packed into the federal stimulus plan are also a positive note.
Yun’s message is that, while things won’t change overnight, we may be headed in the right direction, according to the Summit Realtors.
The presentation is slated for 8:30-10 a.m. Wednesday at the Keystone Conference Center.
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Yes, the event is open to the public but reservations were due by last Friday. There may be walk-in tickets available, at $10 for members of the Summit Realtors and the Summit Builders Association, $15 for non-members.
Reservations are required and seating is limited.
This story will be updated with information on tickets.
Look for a localized followup story on the presentation at http://www.summitdaily.com.
Also look for a live blog from the event at http://www.summitdaily.com/ under the blog section.
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