Posts Tagged: park city real estate

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 »

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 – 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 »

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 »

Park City Real Estate Market Update – Spring 2020

It’s official, springtime is in the air in Park City. The snow is melting, birds are chirping, bees are buzzing, and real estate is selling. Or is it? Questions and opinions about the Park City real estate market seem to be uttered nearly as frequently as the latest news on the pandemic, the two of… Read more »

Park City Real Estate Market Continues to Grow

Maybe it’s the fact that Park City is home to the largest ski resort in the United States, and you can literally ride a lift from the slopes to town. Or the epic singletrack lined with wildflowers, traversing our mountains from Deer Valley to Canyons. And a little indie film festival called Sundance. And the amazing restaurants. And—before… Read more »