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January 2014

Found 4 blog entries for January 2014.


Historic Main Street in Old Town is one of the most vibrant places to live in Park City. Owning real estate here plugs you straight into the heart of our unique mountain town community.  You’ll be within walking distance of the town lift to PCMR, the best restaurants and shops in town, and the transit center.

It also hasn’t seen any significant new real estate development in a long time.

There are strict regulations that protect the historic mining town aesthetic, keeping the small town feel alive.  People love getting along with their neighbors and being surrounded by mountain views.  Because of these things, you don’t find many new opportunities to purchase new construction properties in the area.

Until now.

You may have noticed

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RealtyTrac(R) (, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, today released a report identifying the nation’s best ski resort towns for real estate investing, which ranks 19 towns with high-quality ski resorts based on the health of the local housing market and opportunity to acquire profitable investment homes.

To create the rankings, RealtyTrac identified all towns with a population of at least 2,500 that had at least one ski resort that ranked in the top 50 of the 182 ski resorts ranked by ZRankings (as featured in Forbes) for “Pure Awesomeness Factor” in terms of the quality of the skiing and snowboarding experience. We ended up with 19 towns on that list, and wethen ranked those towns based on their combined

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Ask any Park City local and they’ll tell you there are two ways to Sundance:

1. The right way.

2. The way tourists do it.

The annual Sundance Film Festival, held each year in the quaint, vibrant mountain town of Park City, Utah, is a jam-packed 10 days of A-list parties, star sightings, people watching, skiing, live music, and oh, yeah — movies. Which anymore, seem to be a bit of a Sundance afterthought.

In fact, the word “Sundance” is now used as a verb by locals to describe the festival. As in, “How are you going to Sundance this year?” Local translation: “Are you hunkering down or taking part?”

Though Sundance does bring some unwelcomed traffic jams and attitude, for the most part, locals enjoy this event as much as the tourists do.

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Here are 8 Park City neighborhoods that have easy commutes to downtown Salt Lake City to get you out of the inversion.  With the increasing air pollution in the Salt Lake Valley, more and more people are looking to find homes in Park City.  Our free busses, world-class ski resorts and over 450 miles of non-motorized recreational trails, amazing education system, and clean air are hard to resist when you spend most of the winter in a cloud of smog.

While I hope that Salt Lake City and the state of Utah start to find ways to reduce that pollution I thought it’d be helpful to provide a guide to some viable options in Park City.  All of these neighborhoods are a 20-40 minute commute to downtown SLC and close to everything you could want in Park City.

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