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Park City is experiencing the same trends noted in this article: rising rents, lower inventories and affordable home prices. By NICK TIMIRAOS, Wall Street Journal, November 26, 2011 Home prices and mortgage rates have fallen so far that the monthly cost of owning a home is more affordable than at...
The Permanence of the Real By Nancy Tallman on November 22, 2011 | Edit During this Thanksgiving week, I decided to share this blog by Frederick Peters, President of Warburg Realty. He has written a lovely blog contrasting the lasting value and tangible benefits of owning real property versus ...
If you're a skier looking into buying property in Park City, Utah, you're probably already well aware of the great appeal of Park City’s ski resorts. Even if that's the case, this article may open up your eyes to some new facets of Park City’s incredible ski resorts. Park City has long attracted ...
Source: inman.com Dyan Hymer, author Why multiple, smaller reductions can backfire. During the bubble housing market, a price reduction was considered a stigma. This was a time when most listings sold reasonably quickly. A price reduction meant there was probably something wrong with the property...
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Thirty-seven homes closed last month in the Park City area. Here is the breakdown by neighborhood: Blackhawk Station (Kimble Junction)-5 Jeremy Ranch-6 Old Town-3 homes Park Meadows-4 homes Pine Meadows (Tollgate Canyon)-2 homes Promontory-3 homes Silver Creek-3 homes Silver Springs-2 Sun Peak-1...
Your home must win the price war AND the beauty contest if you want to sell it for top dollar. Time and money invested before your home goes on the market will save you time and money once your home is listed. Your home has to look good from the outside as well as the inside. With so many home...