Jason Adams, Realtor - Summit County, Colorado (Coldwell Banker Colorado Rockies Real Estate)

Specializing in resort and vacation homes, Jason Adams and the Mountain Living team know all Summit County real estate; Keystone condos, Dillon homes, ski condos in Breckenridge and Copper Mountain.

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Our Summit County real estate website is loaded with information about our area, from ski pass prices to where to hike.  We have home owner association information, answers to Frequently asked questions, and of course, homes for sale in all of Summit County.  We have ski condos in Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain, plus vacation homes in Frisco, Silverthorne and Dillon.

Jason Adams an avid outdoor enthusiast who has enjoyed Colorado's Rocky Mountains since 1982, after moving here from a small community outside Madison Wisconsin. Jason spends his days off hiking, camping, and photographing as much wildlife as he can come into contact with. He also enjoys skiing in the winter and going off road in the summer.

Jason Adams graduated from Coldwell Banker Real Estate School and became a licensed Associate Broker in November 2005. After working just over a year in the Coldwell Banker Lakewood office Jason realized that he wanted to do what he enjoyed, being a Realtor, in a place he was passionate about, Summit County. Jason has been told from a young age that he is a bit of a perfectionist; he believes anything worth doing is worth doing right so you can count on him to provide the highest level of service available in the county.

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Dillon, Silverthorne, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mtn., and Frisco. Homes and condos as well as commercial space and  vacant land.

 

Vacation and second homes are my specialty.  I work with snowbirds coming here for the summer from hot states, and skiers wanting their own places for the winter.  Our resort communities are Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain, with the towns of Frisco, Silverthorne and Dillon being the year round hubs.  Our county has a permanent, full time population of around 25,000 for the entire county, but about 3/4 of our business is secondhomes.