TD Smith of Telluride Real Estate Corporation Sells the Highest Price Home in Telluride, Colorado in 2004.

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TD Smith Sells the Highest Price Home in Telluride, Colorado in 2004- $11 Million.

2004 was a banner year in the Telluride, San Miguel County, Colorado real estate market. The figures compiled by Judi Kiernan of Telluride Consulting shows that the total dollar volume was $617 million, 13% higher than the previous high of $546 million set in 2000. The sales figure represents a 42% increase over sales in 2003. The total number of sales was 854 in 2004, an increase of 14% from 2003.    

The highest contributing property type for dollar volume in 2004 were single-family homes in Mountain Village, an upscale European-style village at 9,000 feet overlooking the most magnificent peaks in the San Juan Mountains. The home sales there totaled $104 million. 30 Mountain Village homes were sold throughout 2004 with the average price tag of $3.5 million. TD Smith of Telluride Real Estate Corporation led the pack with the most expensive sale in the Mountain Village in 2004, at $11 million.

T.D moved to the mountain town in 1971 and has been a broker/developer in Telluride, Colorado for over 34 years. As one of the major players in the re-birth of this "busted" mining town, he has worked hard to ensure that Telluride controls growth and maintains balance between small town charm and sense of community while enjoying it's status as a world-class ski resort. "I am pleased to have earned this distinction as the Broker who sold the most expensive home this year. Land and homes in this area are finite and the town is unique. I am successful because I know the market and am able to broker not only luxury properties, but the town and lifestyle that I love."

For more information contact TD Smith, President and Managing Broker of Telluride Real Estate Corp. at 970-728-1606, email td@tdsmith.com, or visit his website at http://www.tdsmith.com.

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