Posts Categorized: Home Buying in Park City

Park City Housing Market Update – October 2021

As I sit here writing this update and looking out the office window, Park City is coated in a brilliantly white blanket of fresh snowfall and it’s signature deep blue skies. If I didn’t know better, I’d say it looks more like mid-December than mid-October, the only difference being that the lifts aren’t spinning and… Read more »

Park City & Heber Valley Housing Market Update – March 2021

With March often comes the first preemptive pangs of Spring. These brief respites from mid-winter snow and cold are just enough to get a taste of spring skiing and après t-shirt weather, only for snow and mid-winter conditions to quickly return. Based on annual averages March is the snowiest month each season, and while the… Read more »

Park City Housing Market Update – February 2021

Snow, sweet, glorious snow. After a very dry start to this winter, it has been wonderful to see fresh flakes falling on Main Street (and of course at the ski resorts!) on a more regular basis over the last few weeks. Finally, snow banks are steadily lining the streets of Old Town, and the turns… Read more »

Local Park City Resources to Keep Your Resolutions

With a New Year comes new resolutions to do better and live better, and putting 2020 to bed provides a great opportunity to renew commitments with the plentiful health and wellness resources readily available across the Wasatch Back. Studios and other businesses offering in-person classes for clients must follow local COVID-19 guidelines, so be sure… Read more »

New Luxury Ski Developments in Park City

There is no greater luxury in any ski town than the convenience of being able to ski to-and-from your own back door. And the opportunity to do so continues to grow with the inventory of ski-in/ski-out properties increasing within the Park City real estate market, providing new and exciting options to own a little bit… Read more »

How to Sundance in Park City Virtually for the 2021 Fest

Among the many challenges and disappointments 2020 brought to our ski town, the adjustments to the much-anticipated Sundance Film Festival were, perhaps, among the most impactful to both local and visiting movie-goers, as well as to local businesses counting on the bump in revenue the Festival brings. This year’s abbreviated Festival will be held Jan…. Read more »

Live PC Give PC: Celebrating 10 Years of Focused Local Philanthropy

Without question, this year has been a rough one for nonprofits throughout Summit County, with COVID-19 significantly affecting fundraising and event revenues – even impacting the ability to maintain day-to-day operations for some. That’s why this success of this year’s Live PC Give PC on November 6th is even more critical than in years past. Live PC Give… Read more »

Park City Housing Market Update – October 2020

I think it’s finally safe to say that Fall is upon us in Park City. After a long, hot, and very busy summer, town feels a little bit quieter these days. Don’t get me wrong, people are still in town and coming to visit, but after what felt an absolute whirlwind and arguably Park City’s… Read more »

Park City Housing Market Update – September 2020

Brendan Trieb here, Choose Park City’s Director of Business Ops and statistician. I’m not even sure what to say right now, so we are keeping this months market update short and sweet, both in the interest of time, and for the fact that sales are just completely off the charts, and that’s pretty much all you… Read more »

The Taxman Cometh

All along the Wasatch Back, residents and visitors enjoy many public amenities, from top-notch schools, to state-of-the-art recreation facilities and well-maintained roads. But those amenities come at a cost, and for property owners in Summit and Wasatch counties, a preview of that bill arrives at the end of every summer in the form of their… Read more »