Dear Friends of Three Springs,

Lately, the stock market has been in constant fluctuation. As I walk the trails at Three Springs, I consider how daunting investing in a changing marketplace can be. In the past few months, many stockholders have experienced significant dollar losses and some of those individuals are looking at re-investment opportunities. If you are concerned about the stock market and are wondering where to invest your hard earned money — think real estate!

Right now, national mortgage loan rates are very low — providing approved buyers with affordable options to get into a new home. Investing in real estate has historically been a safe option — that is because real estate has tangible value. Purchasing real estate remains one of the best ways to invest your hard earned dollars.

I personally invite you to consider Three Springs. The brand new Tierra and Timberline built homes at Three Springs exceed Built Green® Colorado guidelines. Three Springs homes are built better and are all equipped with energy savings features that will help make your dollar go a lot further — that’s money in the bank — who doesn’t like that? A brand new home also gives homeowners added benefits like no “home improvements” to do on the weekends, that means more time spent with family — and we think that makes a lot of sense.

Located in the center of La Plata County, Three Springs is becoming a great place to live, work, shop, and play. Our residents and commercial tenants agree — see Barbara Martin’s testimony — she loves living here. We invite you to visit our information center and take a tour of one the Tierra Group model homes — Experience Three Springs for yourself. If you have any questions about investing in real estate in Durango, CO, give us a call at 970.764.6000

We hope the information contained in this edition of Three Springs Neighborhood News and on is useful to you on your quest for real estate. Whether you are interested in commercial or residential real estate — now is a great time to consider the ever growing Three Springs.

Tim Zink
General Manager