August 2018

Found 14 blog entries for August 2018.

Our Listing at Double Eagle in Deer Valley

When you put your home on the market you are no longer the home owner, you are the home seller. Sellers must adopt the mindset of the buyer and see the home through a buyer’s eyes. Overpriced properties run the risk of incurring excess carrying costs and extended time on the market.

These are some of the pricing myths sellers shouldn't fall for when pricing their home.

 It's Better To Price My Home On The Higher Side

Often times sellers think if a buyer is interested they will submit a “low-ball” offer but many buyers won’t risk offending a seller or wasting their time with an unreasonable seller. Sellers believe that lowering the price at a later date is an option but they risk losing buyers who aren't searching in that higher price range

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The 2018 Park City Area Showcase of Homes features 12 amazing homes in the Park City and Heber Valley.  It is a great event where you are able to see a array of luxury homes ranging from traditional mountain to clean and contemporary.  Tickets are $15 when purchase online or $18 in person.  Dates are Friday August 31 from 2pm-8pm then September 1-3 from 10am to 6pm.   Homes are located through-out Park City and Heber including areas of Thaynes Canyon, Promontory, Deer Vista, Red Ledges and more.   

For more info and to get tickets go here:

Park City Showcase of Homes

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The Ikon Pass just announced early today that they are adding two more Utah Resorts to their pass: Solitude and Brighton Resort! Deer Valley Resort, Alta, and Snowbird were already participating in the pass.  There is now a total of 28 ski resorts participating in the Ikon Pass.  For more info on the Ikon Pass go here:

Ikon Pass

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The Inaugural Brunch at Altitude will take over the Summit Watch Plaza (780 Main Street) in Park City on Saturday September 22nd.  This event put on by Park City Magazine will celebrate their love of brunch and will benefit the Peace House.   Attendees will get to savor the yummy brunch samples from local vendors, enjoy live entertainment, play yard games, spirit garden for those 21+ (with a Bloody Mary Smackdown), breakfast in bed photo booth, and silent auction items for the Peace House.  

Tickets are available now and only $35 per person or $75 for VIP experience where you get to come an extra hour early and get some special gifts.  Ticket prices will increase the week of the events are are likely to sell out so get them now!  It is for a great

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Park City Utah

Forbes just published an article detailing the "10 Reasons To Live (The Dream) In Park City," and we have to say we agree 100 percent!  The article details reasons such as: Education with Park City having the best public schools in the state of Utah and in the top 2% in the nation, some of the Best Ski Resorts in the World (but you already knew that), convenience to the Salt Lake City airport within an easy 30-45 minute car ride, Utah having five of the seven premier National Parks, and more!  

To read the full article and see the 10 reasons why you should consider living Park City go here:  10 Reasons to Live in Park City

To search properties in the Park City and surrounding areas go here:  Park City Property Search

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Here are just a few of the fun things happening this weekend in Park City, Utah: 

Neil Simon Festival - The Neil Simon Festival will present Neil Simon's semi-autobiographical, Tony Award-winning "Biloxi Blues" at the Egyptian Theater on Main Street. Showtimes are Friday and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 6pm. Tickets range from $19 to $29.  Go to for more info.  

Park City Improv - Come have a night of laughter with Park City Improv and its off-the-cuff comedy Friday at 8pm at the Park City Library.  This is a free event but geared more for teens and older.  

Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real - The Deer Valley Concert Series will present Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real with M. Ward and Elsie Davis at 6pm on Saturday

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Whether you are buying or selling a home, it can be quite the adventure. In this world of instant gratification and internet searches, many sellers think that they can ‘For Sale by Owner’ or ‘FSBO,’ but it’s not as easy as it may seem. That’s why you need an experienced real estate professional to guide you on the path to achieving your ultimate goal!

The 5 reasons you need a real estate professional in your corner haven’t changed but have rather been strengthened by the projections of higher mortgage interest rates and home prices as the market continues to pick up steam.

1. What do you do with all this paperwork?

Each state has different regulations regarding the contracts required for a successful sale, and these regulations are constantly

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Park City may be known for it's winters but summers are coming in a close second and the numbers seem to be increasing year after year.  Park City's occupancy rates were up from last summer and more conferences are coming to Park City for all the different activities offered here.  Day trips to Park City during the hot months are also popular with people living in the valleys wanting to head up to cooler weather.  It is only a 30-40 minutes drive and is about 10 degrees cooler.  

With all the concerts, festivities, Silly Sunday Market, hiking and biking, and restaurant scene is it easy to understand why Park City is becoming so popular for summer.  To learn more about Park City's climbing summer visits go here:

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The annual elite cycling race, Tour of Utah, will return to Park City this year for the two final stages of the race.  That means if you are in Park City this weekend you will be able to see world-class cyclists compete!  The fifth leg of the race is on Saturday and will begin at Canyons Village area about 11:30am.  The race will head to Old Ranch Road, then to the frontage road or Old Highway 40 to access SR 248 where they will head up to the Woodland and Kamas areas.  They will return to Park City via Browns Canyon past the Park City High School and then go up Guardmans Pass between 1:45pm and 3:00pm.  They will end the race at Snowbird. 

The final leg of race Stage 6 takes place Sunday and will start and end on Main Street in Park City.  Main Street

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