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Friends … As the dust begins to settle and you start to adapt to this unprecedented reality, self reflection on your quality of life and what’s important moving forward will undoubtedly be heavy on your mind. Wondering how to navigate the current real estate landscape in Telluride should not be. Telluride Properties is here for you, and we remain committed to providing you with the necessary tools and proactive guidance required to make informed decisions in the pursuit of your goals.

Please find some frequently asked questions below …

YES! As of May 4th, our office locations will re-open – however, for the safety of our team and community, many of us will continue to work from home. Our team of brokers are available to you at anytime via phone, email, or virtual meetings. Contact them directly here.

Per state and county orders, until June 1, in-person showings/tours may only be conducted with San Miguel County residents and second-homeowners (who have complied with a 14-day quarantine). We have procedures in place & equipment ready to keep you as safe as possible.

If you live outside the county, the following virtual options are available to you …

Virtual 3-D Tours give a comprehensive sense of the layout of a home or condo, properties with virtual tours can be viewed here.

Virtual Showings are highly personalized, we can answer your questions and point out the home’s attributes while we walk through the property together via FaceTime. Schedule a virtual showing.

YES! People are still buying and selling real estate in Telluride. Real estate transactions were mostly digital even before now, but in light of current conditions, it is now possible for us to manage everything virtually – from showings and contracts to due diligence and new virtual closings.

We can also recommend lawyers to provide special coronavirus clauses and lenders that are able to close loans right now.

New properties are continuing to come to the market. You don’t need to miss out just because you can’t be here. Our website can email you alerts for new listings, price reductions, and more. Get started here.

And when you’re ready, our brokers are standing by to answer all the questions your computer can’t. Contact them now.

Yes! Starting June 1 –

Hotels and professionally managed short term rentals will open in a phased approach, at 25% capacity starting on June 1, potentially increasing to 50% on June 22. The opening of self-managed short term rentals will be contingent on the State’s update to their recent order, expected June 1.

Please let us know if we can assist you in finding a vacation rental.

Retail & service businesses are currently allowed to be open with occupancy restrictions and mask requirements.

Starting June 1

Visitors will be allowed to return to Telluride and the 14-day quarantine period will be lifted.

Restaurants may open to dining indoors and outdoors at 50% of the posted occupancy code limit, not to exceed 50 people, whichever is less. Tables or groups must be limited to no more than eight people and be spaced so that patrons are a minimum of six feet apart. Based on the State’s Executive Order, bars are not allowed to open at this time, with a reevaluation scheduled in June.

Kids day camps will be allowed.

The Telluride Daily Planet newspaper has been a diligent one-stop source for ongoing information, check it out here.

San Miguel County has created a visual dashboard that shows information on the number of cases locally and regionally. You can stay up-to-speed with current health orders on their site.

The Telluride Medical Center also has some great resources and information on their site about COVID-19 testing and how the medical staff are managing these cases, as well as the everyday health of residents.

We are standing by to answer your questions and provide any insight we can at this time. We look forward to seeing you in Telluride soon.