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House of Cards Part 5: Reshuffling the deck

Everyone has an opinion about the future of housing in Routt County as interested players in the real estate business look for footing in a shifting landscape.

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Cole Murphy is right at home while having dinner with his mom, Stephani in his family's Red Hawk Village home in Stagecoach. Photo by John F. Russell

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Homeowner Matt Murphy watches his son, Cole play on the slide in the Red Hawk Village subdivision in Stagecoach. The Murphy's took advantage of a short sale to purchase their property, and are looking to a bright future in the young neighborhood. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cole Murphy and his mom, Stephani, and dad, Matt, relax inside his family's Red Hawk Village home in Stagecoach. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cole Murphy is right at home while having dinner with his mom, Stephani, in his family's Red Hawk Village home in Stagecoach. Photo by John F. Russell

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Matt Murphy reads to his son, Cole, inside the family's Red Hawk Village home in Stagecoach. The Murphys were able to take advantage of a short sale to purchase the home. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steven Hofman, financial analyst, talks about the United States changing economic climate, and how that will impact the future of Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steven Hofman, financial analyst, talks about the United States changing economic climate and how that will impact the future of Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cam Boyd, an owner broker at Prudential Steamboat Reality, shows Bill Spinder a home in downtown Steamboat Springs. Spinder, who says he's bought numerous properties from Boyd over the years, is looking for a good opportunity to invest in the valley. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jens Owen, a technological developer who lives in Steamboat, plans to open an incubator in downtown where he will hold seminars helping people start their own location-neutral businesses. The space also will serve as a meeting place where this new generation of businesspeople can hold meetings and share ideas. Photo by John F. Russell

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Doug Labor, broker-owner of Buyer's Resource Real Estate, points to a graph that demonstrates the volatile swings of the housing market in Steamboat Springs during the past few years. Photo by John F. Russell

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