December 2015

Found 3 blog entries for December 2015.

Sam Byrne, Big Sky developer, predicts more growth of high-end homes

  • This is a shared article By Troy Carter Chronicle Staff Writer of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle


The co-founder of the Boston-based investment firm with ownership stake in the Yellowstone Club, Moonlight Basin and Spanish Peaks explained his long-term plans Monday for real estate development at the company’s properties in Big Sky.

Sam Byrne’s CrossHarbor Capital acquired the private 13,600-acre Yellowstone Club in 2009, then partnered with Boyne Resorts in 2013 to buy the 8,100-acre Moonlight Basin and 3,530-acre Spanish Peaks.

Among a variety of commercial and residential projects, Byrne, 50, said his company was planning to build an additional 864

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At LTD Real Estate we always want to stay ahead of the curve. Here are some marketing  trends we are watching for 2016.

Courtesy of Inman News

10 real estate marketing trends to keep an eye on in 2016

Stay ahead of the curve Andy NaumanbyAndy Nauman andy@holmesstamp.comOct 21, 2015   Key Takeaways
  • Gen Y comprises the largest share of home buyers at 32 percent, which is larger than all baby boomers combined. Gen Y also has the largest share of first-time buyers at 68 percent.
  • In 2016, attracting these younger buyers will be critical to every agent's success. Because this is also the generation that grew up with the Internet, Realtors will need to rely heavily upon popular real estate apps, such as Zillow, Sitegeist and Vert.
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Rocky Mountain Ski Town Real Estate Prices On The Rise

Reprinted From An Article In



Mountain Real Estate Starting To Rebound; 'Lifestyle Choices' Drive Market Alpine Village Boyne Highlands Real Estate properties at most mountain resorts saw a precipitous drop in sales prices and activity levels since the peak in 2006 and 2007-2008 economic downturn. But, things look like they’re starting to improve. A sampling of mountain real estate trends finds the resort-property market is modestly rebounding with some areas and properties further along than others. Today’s buyers are mostly user-owners, with investors or “flippers” now rare. Buyers are making lifestyle choices. Crystal Mountain, Michigan’s real estate

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