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March 2019

Found 2 blog entries for March 2019.

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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