Most people across the country are outside playing golf, pickleball, or planting gardens, but we are still skiing here in Utah!
We continue to get January quality snow at the end of March! March came in like a Lion, and left the month as a Lion!
It is mid-March and we are still getting January quality snow for some great powder days!
Hope you can get out to Park City and enjoy the skiing!
Craig & Delia Reece
The month of March came in like a Lion as Park City received good snowstorms providing great ski conditions.
This is a 60 second video sharing one of those powder days, hope you can get out here for some Spring Skiing!
Deer Valley received over 25 inches of snow for the best skiing of the season. Here is a 60 second video to share some of that day with you
Here in Park City and Deer Valley we have had great skiing this winter with record snow fall. This is one of our powder days, enjoy!
The Provo developer that plans to acquire the Park City Mountain Resort parking lots from Vail Resorts has planned three public open houses during March. PEG Companies concept for the development will be outlined in the open houses. Project representatives along with architects, traffic engineers, and contractors will be there on behalf of the developers. The open houses are as follows: March 9 from 5:30-7:30pm at Hyatt Place, March 18 5:30-7:30pm at the Rockwell Room (268 Main Street), and March 24 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Hyatt Place.
The 2019 First Quarter Park City and Heber Valley Market Report is out and it provides a great overview of the Summit and Wasatch County real estate markets. Prices did rise slightly in almost every area, including Park City Limits (this includes the Deer Valley area), Synderville Basin, Heber Valley, and East Summit County. Please remember that these areas are highly segmented, even though just a few miles apart, Deer Valley and Thaynes Canyons area vary greatly in price and what is available. Please reach out to us for a detailed look at any areas you are looking at or currently reside.
In a recent article on Bloomberg.com, they list the best places to own a vacation home in the U.S. and Summit Park came in at #1 and Heber came in at #7! Summit Park -- the term for the micropolitan area, is actually part of Park City but Bloomberg only used micropolitan statistical areas which include one main urban center with a population of at least 10,000 but fewer than 50,000 people, at least one county and all designated hamlets, villages and townships. Bloomberg used equally measured metrics of: vacation home stock, share of the workforce employed in real estate and recreation-related industries, home valuations and household income.
Heber and Summit Park were the only 2 in the top 20 located in Utah. For information on either of these…