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Demand for Steamboat rentals driving up prices

A rebounding economy is pushing a new crop of residents into Steamboat rental housing, and the demand is driving prices up while available inventory shrinks, creating one of the tightest rental markets in years.

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Sotheby's and Buyer's Resource in Steamboat merge

The merger comes after months of talks between the two companies, which center on Buyer's Resource wanting to open up their business to sellers and Sotheby's benefiting from Buyer's Resource's 15 years of expertise exclusively representing buyers.

Annual entrepreneurship event comes to Steamboat

The seventh annual Colorado Entrepreneurship Marketplace will feature more than 20 informational sessions and keynote speakers geared toward rural small businesses and nonprofit organizations.

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Steamboat's economic recovery weighed against other mountain towns at Economic Summit

After digesting a flurry of spreadsheets and line graphs, attendees of Steamboat's 20th economic summit ultimately saw that Steamboat's economy continues to grow, but the growth isn't as strong as in some other nearby mountain resort communities.

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Futurist tells Steamboat audience new technologies will be key for job growth

Frey on Friday took an audience of Steamboat Springs business leaders into a future where 3D printers are printing clothes and food, cars no longer need drivers and drones deliver packages.

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MountainBrew continues to grow with new location at Old Town Hot Springs

This will be the local coffee company's third location in Steamboat.

Navigator Awards chart a course to new venue at Strings Pavilion

The Navigator Awards present an opportunity to celebrate the best business practices of successful entrepreneurs in the community.

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Leaders of business improvement district address concerns at tax proposal meeting

The leaders of Steamboat Springs' downtown business improvement district Monday night continued to make their case for why downtown property owners should embrace a property tax increase to pay for additional marketing and maintenance.

Steamboat Economic Summit kicks off Friday

The summit is targeted toward the Steamboat business community and offers a great networking opportunity in addition to its educational value.

Business briefs: Society of CIC recognizes Ravenscroft for 20 years of leadership

Chip Ravenscroft, of Steamboat Select Insurance Group in Steamboat Springs, was honored for his ongoing pledge to education, commitment to excellence and dedication to the insurance profession. The Society of Certified Insurance Counselors present Ravenscroft with a formally-inscribed certificate for his continued participation in the CIC program.

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Monthly report shows real estate market numbers up

Real estate transactions are on an upward trend in Routt County, both in gross volume and number of transactions, according to a monthly market report released this week by the Land Title Guarantee Co.

Historic Elk River ranch sells for $11.25 million

Originally known as the May Ranch for most of the 20th century, the property at 44285 Routt County Road 129 more recently was owned by cattle rancher Ryan Wood, one of the founding members of the Under Armour sports apparel brand.

Eight-lot residential subdivison proposed in Stagecoach

County planner says removing the dated high-density zoning from the Young’s Creek Preserve parcel would be a benefit if the project subdivision goes forward.

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Steamboat Springs Chamber names new CEO

Jim Clark, a tourism development professional with more than 30 years of hospitality experience, has been named as the new CEO of the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, according to a news release.

Butcherknife Brewing Co. announces coffee porter launch

This week, Butcherknife Brewing Co. is launching its sixth beer, the Morningside Porter, a 4.8 percent ABV porter.

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