No-one Goes to Aspen Anymore. It’s Too Crowded.

Apparently the Aspen Board of Realtors is no longer able to afford real estate in Aspen. What good & ironic fun:

ASPEN, Colo. –Sky high real estate prices in this resort city in the mountains have driven yet another business out of town: The Aspen Board of Realtors.

The board was renting an office at the Aspen airport because of the cost of real estate in the city, where even a small house can cost $1 million.

Now, the board has purchased a spacious office in Basalt, 10 miles from Aspen, said Brynne Kristan, executive vice president of the board.

Related posts:

  1. Best/Worst Real Estate Broker in California
  2. Is “Rich Real Estate Broker” an Oxymoron?
  3. California’s Real Estate Glut — in Agents
  4. Google’s Growing Pains & Home Ferris Wheels
  5. Psychics and Bursting the Housing Bubble