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April 2011

Found 5 blog entries for April 2011.

Hi All,

It’s been a long time since I have blogged, but I am back! I have been selling a bit of real estate and writing content for this new site.

I am happy to announce the launch of my new and upgraded website, www.ScottMaizlish.com!

It’s been a long time since I have blogged, but I am back! I have been selling a bit of real estate and writing content for this new site.

In this latest edition, you will notice a lot more content, and many new features such as:

REAL TIME MLS DATA FOR EVERY COMMUNITY
GOOGLE STREET VIEW
MAP SEARCH
MLS SEARCH’S YOU CAN SET YOURSELF WITH AUTO-NOTIFICATION
ACCESS TO ALL PAST BLOGS
ENHANCED EXPERIENCE AND INTEACTIVE BLOGS
LINKS TO ALL THINGS HAPPEING IN PARK CITY
MUCH MORE!!!
The BLOG will now be integrated into

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The amount of sales tax collected in Park City in the last half of 2010 was up by 14.2 percent from the same period the year before, City Hall’s Budget Department reports.

The municipal government’s number crunchers are anticipating more than $1 million more in sales taxes will be brought into the General Fund than was projected in the current fiscal year. The General Fund is a key section of the budget that provides money for the day-to-day operations of City Hall,

The Budget Department’s latest projections anticipate the amount of sales taxes collected in the entire fiscal year will be up just more than 21 percent over what had been forecast.

Jed Briggs, a budget analyst at City Hall, said the budget for the 2011 fiscal year, running from

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The amount of sales tax collected in Park City in the last half of 2010 was up by 14.2 percent from the same period the year before, City Hall’s Budget Department reports.

The municipal government’s number crunchers are anticipating more than $1 million more in sales taxes will be brought into the General Fund than was projected in the current fiscal year. The General Fund is a key section of the budget that provides money for the day-to-day operations of City Hall,

The Budget Department’s latest projections anticipate the amount of sales taxes collected in the entire fiscal year will be up just more than 21 percent over what had been forecast.

Jed Briggs, a budget analyst at City Hall, said the budget for the 2011 fiscal year, running from

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 wanted to sneak a BLOG in prior to the launch of my new site, which has consumed my writing for the last couple weeks. My next BLOG will come in a weblink format.

It will look like this:

Blog Post: “Scott Maizish’s Park City Real Estate BLOG”

At the bottom of the BLOG are some new features you will enjoy on the new site.

Now, back to Park City Real Estate.

In the past 14 days, 75 properties have sold, and another 76 have gone under contract!

Many multi-million dollar properties in Deer Valley and The Canyons are being snapped up as well as the mid market. The stock market has come back in a big way fueling peoples desire to purchase bargain ski properties, and Park City Real Estate prices are still a bargain.

If you are one of those

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Red Ledges and St. Regis form partnership

Members of Red Ledges and Deer Crest Club to share benefits
Megan Yeiter, Of The Record staff
The Park Record
Posted:

Red Ledges and St. Regis Deer Valley have partnered to form an exclusive partnership for their members. The idea behind the partnership is to give members at both properties access to year-round sports.
According to Red Ledges COO, Mitchel Burns, “we’ve always been about lifestyle and living within the mountains. From the very beginning we wanted to have an on-mountain experience.” The Red Ledges development is located east of Heber City.

Burns explained that due to the location and hotel amenities of St. Regis, Red Ledges has an opportunity to have a presence on the mountain at Deer

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