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August 2014

Found 3 blog entries for August 2014.

Update: This is a post I made about an investment opportunity that came up last year at the Great Silver Baron Lodge. Check out the revenue numbers that these properties can generate as of 2014. Call me today at if you're looking for a similar opportunity, or browse through some of the listings below to see what's currently available.

"If you know anyone interested in a Silver Baron Condo, here is a great opportunity to acquire one. I have always loved Silver Barons, for their amenities, location, and rental income. I have sold quite a few of them, and have never had anything but positive feedback from my buyers. It is a fantastic location, and will always be a desirable location at the Deer Valley Base.

I wanted to send you the latest rental

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Demand for contemporary architecture is rising in Park City and these  homes are some of the most desirable homes on the market that fit the mold. They’re in some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Park City, have won awards for their designs, and have the look and feel that a new wave of buyers are interested in.

Young professionals from Silicon Valley, New York City, and Texas are coming to town and they want modern architecture and cleaner lines. Even more people are buying primary homes and while demand continues to rise, the number of “the right” homes on the market has gone down. Construction is playing catch-up with the demand and if you’re looking for a home you need to stay on top of the trends and know what’s available.

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While it certainly does not feel like it, the Park City Board of Realtors reported that there has been a 29% DECREASE in home sales in the second quarter of 2014, as compared to 2013.

To quote Marcie Davis, President of the Park City Board of Realtors, “My crystal ball is broken.”

One of the larger pieces of that shattered crystal ball tells me that this decrease is caused by a lower amount of inventory of homes for sale. A lot of people ask me how the market is, and I say, “If it is a good quality property at a fair price, it will sell quickly.” I know that’s not rocket science, but it’s the truth. More popular areas like Park Meadows saw a 7.3% decrease in Inventory, Lower Deer Valley a 37% decrease, and Old Town a 14% decrease. Silver

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