Author: Lee Riley

February 2011 Real Estate Newsletter

We’ve all been enjoying a very mild winter so far this year. Well, perhaps I shouldn’t say “all,” because the skiers are starting to wish for some more powder! We are very lucky to still have the mountain snowpack at 107% of average. We stocked up early in the year with some December storms which […]

A Word About Repos

A lot of people are getting some great deals on bank repos, and I want to say a quick word to those of you who think you may interested in purchasing one. If you will need a loan to make your purchase, you need to get a pre-qualification letter from a bank. If you’re going […]

Pagosa Real Estate Newsletter, January 2011

Happy New Year From Pagosa Country! This holiday season was a very good one in Pagosa. Business was brisk all over town, most of the hotel beds were full, and the restaurants stayed very busy. Wolf Creek Ski Area set a new single-day attendance record over Christmas break. After a series of recent storms, local […]

December 2010 Newsletter

Our little town received a fresh layer of snow over the weekend which has everyone looking ahead to winter in the high country. New snow blowers and snow tires are frequent topics of discussion all over town. Wolf Creek Ski Area is 100% open with a midway depth of 24”. As everyone recovers from their […]

November 2010 Newsletter

October was definitely my busiest month of the year. My office has been a blur of activity over the last several weeks. Unfortunately, this personal activity did not translate into the monthly statistics. October 2010 lagged behind October 2009 in overall sales. This is the second consecutive month in which we’ve trailed last year. One […]

The Friendliest Town in Colorado

As I have mentioned before, I believe that Pagosa Springs is the friendliest town in Colorado.  One of my past clients confirmed this belief when she sent me the following story: —– When my late husband and I went to Pagosa, we actually found out just how friendly Pagosa is.  As we drove from Texas, […]

October 2010 Newsletter

Indian Summer is upon us. This has been the nicest September I can remember since I moved to Pagosa Springs in 1983. Hopefully, we will see the weather pattern change as we approach the second half of October. A little bit of cooler weather will make the hunters happy, and a few snowflakes will get […]

September 2010 Newsletter

The weather over Labor Day Weekend was spectacular. As we head into the Colorfest Balloon Rally next weekend, it is expected to continue. The weatherman is predicting 70 degrees and sunny all week. Soon we’ll be sliding into Fall, perhaps the most beautiful season in Pagosa (though it’s hard to pick just one!) The Aspens […]

August 2010 Newsletter

This weekend is the 59th annual Archuleta County Fair.  The fair runs Friday through Sunday with a whole host of events including live music, a rodeo, a chuck wagon dinner, a chili cook-off, a livestock auction, and lots of games and contests for the kids.  For a schedule of events, visit ArchuletaCountyFair.com I hope to […]

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