120 Peak One Circle; Frisco, CO 80443

Property Information

Listing Price: $165,789
Subdivision:  Ophir Mountain Village Condo
Unit Type:  Condominium
Bedrooms:  3
Bathrooms:  2
Living Area Square Footage:  1,049
Parking:  Garage – 1-Car
Year Built:  1997

For questions on the property, please call (970) 389-1321 or email skiproperties@gmail.com.

Kathy Christina, Mountain Metro Real Estate, Real Estate Broker/Owner, 970-389-1321, Kathy@MtnMetro.com

Restrictive Covenant Highlights

Employment: 30+ hours per week in Summit County
Income Limits: 80% AMI priority; 90% AMI non-priority
Assets: Cannot exceed the listing price of the unit
Property: Not allowed to own other developed residential property in Colorado
Appreciation Limit: 2% fixed non-compounding per year
Capital Improvements: Allowed upon approval
Retirement: Full retirement at full benefit age for Federal Social Security upon 10 years of meeting work requirement and 7 years occupying the unit; partial retirement may be allowed upon 15 years of meeting work requirement and 5 years occupying the unit
Rent: Rentals & roommates must have prior written approval

All purchasers or tenants must be qualified in advance by the SCHA.  For information on the application process, please see below.

Application Process

***The application period ended Wednesday, January 13, at 4:00 p.m. and no further applications are being accepted.***

Lottery Process

Due to the banking holiday on Monday, the lottery for priority applicants will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 19.  The lottery for non-priority applicants will immediately follow.  You can stream the lottery live on the SCHA Facebook page using the link below.

The lottery process is as follows:

  • All applicants must have received a conditional buyer approval letter from the SCHA to be entered into the lottery.  This approval letter will note either “Priority” or “Non-Priority” after the property address.
  • To protect applicant privacy, the tracking number from the conditional buyer approval letter will be the applicant’s lottery entry number.
  • If needed, there will be two separate lotteries.  The first lottery will include all priority applicants and the second lottery will include all non-priority applicants.  Each lottery will follow the procedures outlined here.
  • Each entry number will be written on a piece of paper, folded, placed into a jar, and drawn at random until no entries remain.
  • The first priority lottery entry drawn will be given the opportunity to purchase the unit.  If this applicant does not enter into a contract to purchase the unit, the next priority lottery entry drawn will be contacted and given the opportunity to purchase the unit.  Once selection has moved on to a subsequent applicant, the prior applicant will no longer be eligible to purchase the unit.
  • This process will be followed until the unit goes under contract with a priority applicant.  If an applicant enters into a contract to purchase the unit but the contract is subsequently terminated, the next entry drawn will be contacted and given the opportunity to purchase the unit.
  • If no priority applicant enters into a contract to purchase the unit, the same selection procedures will be followed for any non-priority applicants.

If you are selected first in the lottery, congratulations!  You will be contacted shortly after the lottery ends, so please be prepared to start the contract process.

Wondering where to find the relevant information on your conditional buyer approval letter?  Please see below . . .

Ophir Lottery Example Letter

Restrictive Covenants