Published in The Steamboat Pilot & Today on Monday, October 21, 2013
By Michael Schrantz
"Steamboat Springs — The real estate market in Steamboat Springs has been on the slow road to recovery for some time. Indicators such as a favorable sell-through rate, increases in transactions and dollar volume and the falling number of foreclosures have been aligning behind an improving outlook.
A search of Routt County records Monday afternoon showed only two notices of election and demand, which signify the start of the foreclosure process, had been filed in October. The monthly high for the year so far was 18 NEDs recorded in May. There have been 113 NEDs recorded to date this year compared with 203 by the end of October in 2012.