So far in 2018, the number of residential closings in Summit County has tracked slightly below last year. There were 178 residential closings in July bringing the year-to-date total to 913, which is 4% behind 2017. The dollar volume generated from these transactions was tracking similarly until robust sales volume in July brought the year-to-date total to $691 Million, surpassing last year by 5%.
As of August 1 available inventory in Summit County reached the highest point of the year so far, but at 740 residential and land listings there is still 11% less available inventory than there was 12 months ago. Broken out by area, this includes 363 listings in Breckenridge, 34 in Copper Mountain, 36 in Dillon, 29 in Frisco, 105 in Keystone and 173 in Silverthorne.