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Buying a house is one of the best financial decisions you can make. There are so many reasons why owning your own home is ideal. These perks include property tax deductions, appreciation, mortgage interest deductions, and much more. Plus, there is just something special about being handed the keys to a home that you get to truly call your own. 

Also, you know that when you’re paying your mortgage each month, your money is going towards paying down your home. This is much better than handing rent money over to your landlord – money you’ll never see again or benefit from. 

Buying a house is also a very big deal. It’s a huge financial decision that can impact you for years. That’s why it is so important to make sure you follow the right steps when

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How the Coronavirus May Impact the Real Estate Market

You’re probably already well-aware of how the coronavirus (Covid-19) is affecting your day-to-day life, with toilet paper shortages everywhere and bottles of hand sanitizer non-existent at stores. Travel bans have been put into place, and almost every large gathering is canceled. Most people are working from home, and schools across the U.S. are temporarily closed. 

It seems like everywhere you look, there’s more news on the novel virus and how it’s causing quarantines across the globe. All of these shut downs and changes to daily life are unsettling, but necessary in order to slow the spread. This is especially the case since the virus has been officially declared a pandemic by the World

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Parking lots are great and all, but I’m sure you’d agree that replacing that space with a hotel, a few more restaurants, and even some condos is much more exciting. 

Of course, you may argue that the parking spaces are necessary, especially with the limited parking situation already going on in Park City, and you’d be right. Thankfully, the developers for this project, PEG Companies, have considered this and are planning to account for the loss in parking spaces by developing garages.

This new Park City project is essentially a remake of the base area of PCMR, and it has been in the making for years. 

The Park City Mountain Resort parking lots will be replaced by new developments. It’s an ambitious task, and a project that is going to be

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What was once touted as a grand expansion of Deer Valley now seems to be the "First new full service resort since 1980". First off, the terrain is lower, and quite a bit of it Eastern facing, so I am curious how their snow will be in a mild winter. Also, how will this new base, along with the ever expanding Canyons Base at Park City, and the Park City Resort Base future redevelopment of the parking lots affect Old Town? Will it be a good thing, or will it provide the amenities that future generations prefer? I hope I live long enough to find out! Please share your thoughts! 

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The Utah lifestyle, some dream of living and some are lucky enough to enjoy. Utah provides a lot of experiences and activities throughout the summer months. To excite you, Scott and I have put together a cheat sheet of all the happenings in and around Park City & Midway.

We hope you enjoy!
Natalie & Scott

A few of our local favorites

Land Juicery
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Billy's Barber Shop
First local barber cutting,

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The evolution of the mountain experience continues to evolve in Park City.  With the sale of the parking lots at the base of Park City we will see a lot of new and exciting offerings for our visitors.  The existing base is divided amongst many property owners and does not have the flexibility that PEG Companies will have in establishing their vision for the base at Park City.

For the complete article about the sale of the parking lots at Park City  CLICK HERE

Tanzi Propst/Park Record

If you have questions about what this news means to the town of Park City and the surrounding and soon to be real estate market please feel free to call me, I'd love to have the discussion with you.  435-901-4309

~ Scott

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We are proud to announce that the Treasure Hill Conservation Purchase finally closed, and Summit Land Conservancy raised enough money to conserve the Osguthorpe Parcel.

I moved to Park City in October of 2005, and for as long as I can remember, the potential development of a parcel of land above Old Town has been in the middle of a contentious debate over a 30 plus year old development right. Due to the overwhelming approval by Park City Voters, the actual protection of the land to remain recreation open space has officially come to an end. On March 20th, the City of Park City became the official owner of the land. 

Way to go Park City!!! Click Here for Article

The Osguthorpe Parcel is 158 Acres just East of Willow Creek Estates on Old Ranch

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Old vs. New, what is a better opportunity for you?  In our market, most Buyers are looking at newer properties with lighter contemporary finishes.  I've worked with many Buyers around this season, as well as consulted Sellers or marketing their properties.  For the most part, Buyers want something they can walk into and not have to do any remodeling.  These days, light colors and a more contemporary finish is selling quicker than the heavy dark mountain feel.

While inventory is still low, this will also create n opportunity for Buyers willing to take on a home that needs some work, a lot of the "idle" inventory needs to be updated.  While each situation is different, it's amazing how in some cases a little effort can of a long way.  Just changing paint

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"Out of town buyers are the norm in Park City. With the construction environment being so busy these days, buyers are typically more interested in a turn key product versus a home the needs to be updated. A construction project managed from afar is done all the time, but an owner will need to plan several trips to see the progress. Ten years ago, Park City homes were all about mountain design. Heavy wood, darker colors, etc. Now there has been a shift to more light colors, clean lines, and contemporary design and feel. If you look at just about every spec home,  or new condo/townhome development, their finishes are much more contemporary. That being said, value can be found in an older home if you have the time and patience to tackle a renovation project.

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Here we go!  Brush off those snowboards and skis, winter is almost here.  Park City Mountain is targeting an opening day of November 21st and Deer Valley Resort plans to open on December 8, 2018.

Take advantage of Park City Area Lodging Association's Delta Gift Card Program!  Book a minimum three-night stay at a select property between December 1, 2018 and April 7, 2019, (excluding blackout dates) and receive a $300 Delta Air Lines electronic gift card.  Supplies are limited so make your reservations today! 

Click here for Gift Card Program Details


And while you're in town for that ski vacation I'd be happy to show you around Park City and we can explore some available properties.  Contact me at 435-901-4309. 

Here are some currently

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