If you are considering selling your home – Christine is a top realtor in Park City. She will do an above-and-beyond job as your Park City listing agent to get your home sold on your terms. See her testimonials.
During the 2010 down-market year, Christine was in the top 20% of producers in the Park City Real Estate Market. Christine was nominated in 2012 to serve on the Board of Directors for the Park City Board of Realtors and was again the recipient of the Professional Achievement Award in 2013. In April of 2013, Christine was humbled when invited to join the world-respected brand of Sotheby’s and their intimate group of accomplished agents. In August 2013, she was nominated and was elected to serve a three year term on the Park City Board of Realtors. She is currently seeking her Associate Broker’s license.
Christine’s Awards & Achievements: Distinguished New Member 2007, Professional Achievement Award 2008, Keller Williams Agent Leadership Council 2008, MLS Committee 2005-2014, Professional Achievement Award 2013, Elected to serve a 3 year term on the Board of Directors 2013.
After nine years as a Realtor, 2013 proved to be a banner year for Christine’s business. With over $19 million in production, she placed within the top 6% of all of Park City’s 850+ agents. With 32 transactions, Christine was the highest-ranked Realtor within her Park City Summit Sotheby’s offices-something she accomplished without an assistant or team.
Whether the current economy favors buyers or sellers as you’re buying/selling your Park City home, there are a few tried-and-true rules of thumb when delving into the real estate market. Some ascribe to the “location, location, location” maxim, but when considering Park City real estate, there really are no bad locations, with each area of town offering a truly broad range of housing types and availability.
Engaging a realtor is the first step for many, and it’s become more common to interview prospects to ensure the best fit. Home specialists at TLC suggest the following 10 questions be asked:
- Can I see your references?
- Can I have a CMA for the area?
- Is this area growing or declining?*
- Do you work solo, or as part of a team?
- How many clients are you currently representing?
- How will you market my home?
- How do your realtor fees work?
- What experience do you have?
- How will you keep me informed?
- What are the drawbacks of my home?
*Salt Lake City continually tops the Forbes’ lists for availability and creation of jobs, particularly in the tech sectors of aerospace and electronic. The U.S. Census listed Heber City, Utah, as the seventh fastest growing “micro” area in the country between 2010 & 2011, but it’s the presence of headquarters for international companies like Rossignol and Backcountry.com that most easily demonstrates the strength of the local economy.
Home sellers are often so close, emotionally, to their biggest investment to date, that being objective when identifying their home’s flaws becomes difficult. I will come in and help determine which areas need immediate attention before the house is listed in order to help ensure your home sells as quickly as possible.
The professionals at REALTOR.com encourage homebuyers to ask the following questions of their lender:
- What is the interest rate on this mortgage?
- How many discount and origination points will I pay?
- What are the closing costs?
- When can I lock the interest rate and what will it cost me to do so?
- Is there a prepayment penalty on this loan?
- What is the minimum down payment required for this loan?
- What are the qualifying guidelines for this loan?
- What documents will I have to provide?
- How long will it take to process my loan application?
- What might delay approval of my loan?
It’s been a long five years since the downturn in the economy took with it what had become a robust real estate market, but all signs point to increased consumer confidence and a readiness among buyers to reenter the marketplace, though the recent tough times have made them a savvier customer by all accounts.