How has Teller County fared against the national, state and regional economies since the “crash” of 2008 and how is Teller County expected to perform in 2017.  Hear how real estate, lending, and construction are setting the expectations for economic recovery.

Information you can use to plan for 2017.

The Teller County Economic Forecast features local experts from the public and private sectors brought together to discuss the Teller County economy. The Forecast features perspectives on recent trends in the real estate, financial, and construction industries, how they impact our local economy, and what the experts predict for the future.

Local economic information provided for and supported by Teller County businesses.

Teller County trends and whether Teller County is following national, state, and regional trends.

Key economic indicators such as population, employment, prices, retail trade and housing.

Forecasts in real estate, construction, & lending

Networking opportunities – local experts & business owners


2017 5th Annual Teller County Economic Forecast

7:30 – 8:00 Check-in and Breakfast compliments of Smokehouse, Donut Mill, & Fidelity National Title
8:00 – 8:20 Welcome

Debbie Miller, Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce

The Assessor Looks Back: The 2017 Revelation & Where Values Are Going

Betty Clark-Wine, Teller County Assessor

8:20 – 8:40 Keynote Address: Looking Back & Moving Forward: Teller County Economic Forecast

Brad Spivey, Chief Investment Officer and Vice President, Park State Bank

8:40- 9:45 Planning for the Future

Ray Dubois, City Manager, City of Cripple Creek

Debra Downs, City Administrator, City of Victor

Sally Riley, Planning Director, City of Woodland Park

9:45- 10:00 The State of Real Estate & Construction in Teller County

Real Estate – Sharon Roshek, The Roshek Group, Coldwell Banker 1st Choice Realty

10:00 – 10:15 Skip Howes III, President, Scott Homes Ltd, Designers & Builders
10:20 – 10:45 Questions & Networking – Plan to stay and visit!

Understanding where we’ve been will help us plan for the future and how to get there.


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