Posts Categorized: Homeowner Info

The New Rental Realities

The minute “Coronavirus” became a household word, the effect of the pandemic on the local rental market became far-reaching, creating a change some see as extending into next year. Word of nightly rentals transitioning to long term as overnight visitors decide to stay home prompted us to query a few local property management professionals to… Read more »

What Will School Look Like For Local Students This Fall?

Sending students back to school this fall while COVID-19 numbers continue to grow in some areas of the country is arguably one of the most contested topics across the U.S. right now. Though there is still concern from some parents and teachers about how schools can safely return, local school districts in Summit and Wasatch… Read more »

Park City Housing Market Update – July 2020

I don’t know where springtime went, but alas July is upon us! Summer time in Park City is in full effect, albeit with some restrictions in place, a few less events, and a bit more social distancing. Town has been noticeably more busy, including a lot of out of state visitors and home shoppers, and… Read more »

Is New Construction for You? These Exciting New Developments in Park City Might Make You Say “Yes!”

As growth in the Wasatch Back continues to boom, developments in Summit and Wasatch counties are creating opportunities for homeowners who prefer new construction and the opportunity to customize their home, without the steep architect fee. We’ve compiled a list of standout developments in both existing and new communities, with links to the properties and… Read more »

Park City Housing Market Update – June 2020

If I didn’t know better, I would say that Park City had skipped ahead a month, and that we’re already in the middle of summer! The sun is shining, temperatures are in the 80’s, and only the most well established snow patches are still clinging to the high alpine landscape. And it’s not only the… Read more »

How Park City’s Schools Continue to Rise Above the Ordinary

As our students settle in to learn from home for the remainder of the school year, education continues to be a hot-button topic locally and across the U.S. Some parents and students are struggling with the online instruction model, while others are thriving. What we do know is every student in the U.S. is in… Read more »

Supporting the Community by Supporting Each Other

As one of the hardest hit communities in the nation by COVID-19 – and following the shelter-in-place order by Summit County – we’re all a little shaken by what our present and future holds for ourselves and our beloved ski town. Birthday parties, Spring Break plans and weddings have been cancelled. Prom and graduation are… Read more »

Property Taxes: When to Consider an Appeal

“… in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Benjamin Franklin, 1789 As the end of summer approaches, so, too, does the dreaded arrival of the Summit County Property Tax Notice. While rising property values are beneficial if you’re buying or selling, the increase also means a home or… Read more »

Summer Concert Primer: Lists, Tips and Tricks

Summer concerts in Park City embody the “come for the winter, stay for the summer” cliché so often repeated, and for good reason: Watching either an upcoming or legendary performer outside, at night, at 7,000 feet is an experience not soon forgotten. We’ve compiled a list of the top local venues, both in Park City… Read more »

Nonprofit Spotlight: EATS Park City – Striving for a Healthier Generation … One Park City Kid at a Time!

Change is afoot in the Park City School District cafeterias, and the six-year-old EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School) nonprofit is proud to be the catalyst for that change. Homemade menu items like tomato soup, cheese sticks, chili and freshly-prepared fajitas are now available alongside old-school items, such as chicken tenders and tater tots. But… Read more »