November 2012

There are 3 blog entries for November 2012.

Park City Utah Real Estate Tip of The Month:

Choose Your Exposure Wisely!

When choosing a real estate purchase in a mountain town like Park City, it’s wise to consider in which direction the property is exposed relative to direct sunlight.  This often overlooked detail will have a huge impact on how your home or condo lives and feels in winter and summer- it really matters!  If you’re touring property during the summer, when all is bright and sunny, and while snow is the last thing on your mind, it’s advantageous to hire a realtor that recognizes some of these issues:

Do you prefer an abundance of natural light or cooler summers

Well designed homes and condos with a southern exposure will feel light and bright all year round, even during the

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We just posted our most recent Deer Valley & Park City Luxury Market Recap & Forecast!


If you're not familiar with the report, here's what you'll find inside:

Recaps of the Deer Crest, Upper Deer Valley, Lower Deer Valley, Empire Pass, The Colony, and the greater Park City Luxury Market.

In the report, you'll be able to research specific sales, market trends in your favorite target neighborhoods, and read our forecast for the coming quarter and where we see the best opportunities for buyers and sellers of Deer Valley Real Esate.

You can download the full report here. 

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While much of the country is bemoaning their weather, Utah is celebrating the start of what could be another great winter. Late last week we transitioned the best way we know how, golfing in shorts on Thursday, to playing in the snow on Friday.

Thursday was windy and warm, and there were less golfers than turkeys and deer on the Wasatch Mountain State Park golf course, where yours truly was just six inches from carding his first ever hole in one on the 190 yard par 3 hole number 8.(Made the tap in birdie, thank you)

Then came 'Brutus'...apparently we are now naming winter storms...and the mountains were inundated with snow.

Four feet of snow fell in the Cottonwood Canyons. Alta Ski Resort is reporting 48 inches and a 43 inch mid mountain base

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