Have you ever wondered about buying a vacation home in Colorado?
I am here to (hopefully) fill in some blanks for you. I know many of us have had the dream of buying a vacation home in Colorado. The questions lie in where to buy, when to buy, how to make income by renting our vacation home, what we can get for the money we spend, and what the typical mortgage would cost for a 1000 square foot condo in Colorado.
The answers will follow.
Over the next few weeks I plan to compare prices of similar properties in several Colorado towns. Those that have rental income potential, while still being the perfect vacation home. If you are questioning whether the time is right for you to buy, please follow me for the next few weeks as I walk you through pros and cons of buying a vacation home in Colorado.
Towns of interest.
In fact, I know it is hard to choose one specific place in Colorado to buy a rental property. The options are endless. I will do the hard work for you and research Aspen, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Durango, Steamboat Springs, Silverton, Telluride, Vail, and Winter Park. My goal by the end of the series is to provide enough information in detail on pricing, economy, and recreation on these areas to help you decide where you want to buy in Colorado and why.
There are many benefits to owning a home in Colorado. Not only can you use the property as a second home, but if you prepare properly, you can create rental income off of the property. And still be able to enjoy your vacations in this beautiful state. It may be beneficial to read over “How to Use Your Vacation Home as a Rental Property in Colorado” to learn how to turn your vacation home into income.
The professional opinion.
Indeed, it is important to get a local professional outlook on buying a home in Colorado. Colorado Exclusive Buyers Agent Association has qualified professionals committed to working 100% for home buyers. They also have local resources and extensive skill in closing negotiations.
Follow the coming weeks for detailed information on buying a vacation home in Colorado.