The Vail Board of Realtors® is a leader in providing professional and reliable real estate information. The VBR has monthly market reports, compiled from the accurate data in the Vail Multi-List Service that provide an in-depth analysis of the local real estate market. Complete versions of VBR's Monthly Indicators area reports are available from any local Realtor®.
Please contact a Realtor® for information on monthly indicators and market reports. Realtors® are local experts who can help guide you through the data and provide more insight into your specific needs.
Members of the media can contact the Vail Board of Realtors® at 970-766-1028 for more information.
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Vail Multi-List Service – the most accurate data source for the local real estate market. Across the nation, broker marketplaces known as Multiple Listing Services (MLS) connect buyers and sellers of real estate through their respective agents. Locally this marketplace is the Vail Multi-List Service, or VMLS. The VMLS provides real property information for most…Read More
Realtors® and Affiliates work in tandem to bolster local real estate market. Working relationships are most successful when people combine their efforts. They accomplish more together than they can separately. The Realtor® and Affiliate members of the Vail Board of Realtors® (VBR) have this synergy. Both sides of this partnership support the other – and…Read More
June is National Homeownership Month, when REALTORS® promote the benefits of homeownership and recommit to creating opportunities for future homeowners. REALTORS® commit to creating opportunities for future homeowners The Vail Board of REALTORS® Foundation (VBRF) graciously donated over $8,000 to the Volcanic View Cooperative (Co-op) in Dotsero to support the mobile home residents’ desire to…Read More
Taking small mitigation measures now can make a big difference later Any time is a good time to be prepared for wildfire. While Colorado’s wildfire season traditionally has been the summer months, the definition of “wildfire season” is rapidly changing. Enduring drought conditions and changes in monsoon patterns are extending the season, as demonstrated by…Read More
April is Fair Housing Month for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Throughout the month, REALTORS® commemorate the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 with events and education shining a light on housing discrimination and segregation. Fair Housing Month signifies a recommitment to expanding equal access to housing because, according to NAR, real…Read More
Housing Solutions for our Local Workforce. The Vail Board of REALTORS®️ and the Vail Multi-List Service are contributing back to the community by donating $50,000 and $25,000 respectively to the Eagle County Loan Fund (ECLF). ECLF is a Down Payment Assistance (DPA) program supporting our local workforce in purchasing homes in a challenging residential real…Read More
Vail Board of Realtors Foundation supports the Eagle County community Realtors® are more than real estate professionals who help home buyers and sellers. They are neighbors and community members who support local causes by donating money, resources and volunteer time. Community involvement is a core tenet of the Vail Board of Realtors®, a professional organization…Read More
Over the last year we have become fairly comfortable with uncertainty. Our society has honed an ability to roll with the punches and pivot on a dime. It’s a testament to our resiliency and tenacity. And, despite social distancing and the inability to see our family, friends, and neighbors smile behind the face masks, we…Read More
“Everything about 2020 has been surprising to me, including our local real estate success,” says Vail Board of Realtors® Past Chair, Laura Sellards. “No one could have predicted a record-breaking sales year. Ending 2020 with more than $3 billion in closing sales was unthinkable back in the spring when Eagle County shut down to address…Read More
Diversity is a broad term. In real estate, it means representing all communities with a variety of racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds, and a wide range of lifestyles, experiences, and interests. It is recognizing and representing different demographic groups in a given market area resulting in better advocacy for homeownership and private property rights.…Read More