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Amanda's 2015 Park City Market Report

By amandapeterson
Feb 25, 2016

DSC_3319Have a look at Amanda's 2015 Park City market report. We've had a good year so far... Click here to view

Current Park City Real Estate Trends

By amandapeterson
Aug 09, 2015

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Here is a peek at the current trends in Park City Real Estate. Click HERE to check it out.

Park City Real Estate 1st Quarter 2014 Market Report

By amandapeterson
May 29, 2014

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Summer is finally on its way here in Park City. Two weeks ago it snowed and Memorial Day weekend will hit the 80 degree mark with clear blue skies. Gardens are seen with covers draped across fragile plants for overnight and trails throughout the valley humming with users at the lower levels. The 8,000 ft. trail still has major patches of snow. School kids are making plans for summer and tourists gone until mid-June.

The first quarter of 2014 has some very interesting trends. Click here to view the report

 

Park City Real Estate 2013 Year End Market Report

By amandapeterson
Feb 20, 2014

jumps It's Olympic month and no community is more excited than Park City, Utah. Since 2002 when we hosted the Olympics, athletes, athlete families and athlete enthusiasts have made the greater Park City area their home. Many live here, train here and enjoy the lifestyle and training facilities. Living amongst such energy and wonderful people is one reason Park City is a great place to live, work and vacation.

Take January this year. Olympic trials were held at our venues: Deer Valley, Park City, the Olympic Park and Soldier Hollow. These competitions and celebrations were a highlight of the month and exhilarating to watch. And at the same time, Sundance attracted movie goers, celebrities, film business executives and a ton of press. We were in the news daily.  Some might think that this kind of intense activity would make the town a mess. On the contrary. Everything ran like clock work. Skiers experienced uncrowded slopes, while movie enthusiasts filled the theaters from morning well into the night. It was truly a great month of fun.

The best news is that the real estate market is making a good recovery. Transactions are up. Values staying almost the same. Click here for the latest update on the Park City Real Estate Market.

2013 3rd Quarter Park City Market Report

By amandapeterson
Nov 08, 2013

DSC03044 (1)Here we are into the fall season after a very active summer in the Park City area. I could feel the trend coming but it is nice to have some statistical data to substantiate what is happening. Click here for the latest update on the Park City Real Estate Market.Rick Klein Presenation 3nd Qtr 2013-1 (dragged)

The Times Are A Changing...

By amandapeterson
Mar 15, 2013

...in real estate. I took a look at the Park City Board of Realtors statistics for January and February 2013 and was impressed with the activity. Here is a quick review that includes the total unit listings with the Park City Multiple Listing Service (PCMLS). This includes Park City and the surrounding communities such as the Heber Valley to the South, Kamas, Coalville, Peoa, Oakley, etc. to the East and a few in Salt Lake City to the West.

Single Family

Total Inventory: January = 598. February = 637.

Pended: January = 23. February = 103

Sold: January = 41. February = 57

Median Sales Price: January = $575,000. February = $630,000

***Single Family values are increasing.

ski beach at Deer Valley Spring Break Beach in Deer Valley, Park City, Utah

Condominiums

Total Inventory : January = 446. February = 471

Pended: January = 18. February = 47

Sold : January = 32. February = 52

Median Sales Price: January = $457,425. February = $418,750

***Condominium values are dropping slightly but transactions are increasing.

 

Vacant Land

Total Inventory: January = 725. February = 750.

Pended: January = 7. February = 35

Sold: January = 23. February = 18

***The construction industry is on the move as evidenced by the pended sales.

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