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March Real Estate News and Events in the Vail Valley

March Real Estate News and Events


Market Demand Creates a Year-Round Selling Opportunity

Years ago, the shoulder season dictated the pace of the market in Eagle County. While there was always activity during the winter, sales and showing of properties generally dropped-off when the mountain closed for the season and the locals (brokers included) would take a much-needed respite before summer. Same held true in the fall and before the new season commenced. Those cycles, by-and-large, are gone and we are much more of a year-round community both with visitation and in real estate.

This means that “timing” the market is less important than it was. Buyer demand is so significant that “waiting until the summer/winter season” holds less weight than many other factors that affect activity. Today, both local and second home properties are commanding top-dollar and some are receiving multiple offers. The caveat is that properties realizing this type of activity are priced to the market from the onset, they are well-positioned given location and condition, and when those factors are combined, create a winning real estate outcome for buyers and sellers.

While early 2024 Eagle County market numbers will demonstrate a surge of sales, many of the homes that have closed are a result of two of the larger projects in Avon – Frontgate and One Riverfront – that were contracted for a couple of years ago. These sales have boosted numbers but the leading indicators (active listings and pending sales) are also higher than a year and two ago, demonstrating an active and robust market in all price points and areas.

In conclusion (and as a financial advisor might say), try not to time the market. Do what is in your best interest and in your timeframe and the opportunity to make a move will be there. While the market could benefit from more inventory to meet buyer demand, there are many options in most price-points and sellers electing to make a move any time of year will see that activity first-hand with showings and offers.

Market data from the Vail MLS. All statistics are deemed reliable but not guaranteed and BHHS may not have participated in each reported sale. Please contact me for statistics in your specific neighborhood. I have some great reports I can share with you about your neighborhood or one that you are interested in.

March 16th | 10 AM

The 12th annual Vail Recreation District Krueger Family Shamrock Shuffle short and long races and the kids’ fun run will celebrate all things green in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day!

Open Daily | 2PM – 9PM

Beaver Creek opens new club for teens and tweens to hangout. Hawk’s Nest Cabin is located in Beaver Creek Village near the ice rink, above Hooked restaurant.


March 27th | 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Join the Town of Gypsum, the Gypsum Library, and Mountain Recreation for their Spring Eggstravaganza! With egg hunts, spring crafts, bunny photos, and more.

March 31st | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Get your baskets out and join the Eagle Egg Hunt taking place at its new location, Brush Creek Park. Egg hunts will be organized by age group.


March 23rd | 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Project Funway is the Education Foundation of Eagle County’s signature FUNdraising fashion show, one-of-a-kind fashion designs of “anything but fabric” parade the runway in this unique fundraising event.

March 30th | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The Egg Hunt is back at Harry A. Nottingham Park in Avon, with a morning filled with family fun. Featuring a coloring contest, jellybean guessing game, inflatable features, and meet adorable animals in the petting zoo


April 3rd – 6th

Nominated for USA Today’s 10Bestlist of America’s best city food festivals, The Taste of Vail returns for its 34th year. They are a non-profit organization founded in 1990 by a group of food and wine enthusiasts. If you are in town, be sure to check it out!

April 5th & 6th

This incredible winter concert series boasts an outstanding lineup, showcasing talents like Bob Moses, Daily Bread, Disco Lines, Sofi Tukker, and many others.

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