Real Estate Sales in Park City; Q1, 2017

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Real Estate Agent with You In Park City group - KW Park City Keller Williams Real Estate 6162326-AB00

The real estate market in Park City, UT sky-rocketed during the first quarter of 2017.

Comparing the first quarter real estate sales of 2017 to the first quarter of 2016 looks similar to the snowfall comparisons between the two years.

  •         Unit volume sales of Single Family homes were up nearly 20%
  •         Dollar volume of Single Family homes sales was up nearly 25%
  •         Condominium unit sales were up nearly 40%
  •         Condominium dollar volume was up a whopping 74%

With all that said, the YouInParkCity.com Group knows that 90 days’ worth of sales isn’t enough to be statistically relevant and the small sample size we are dealing with is easily skewed. If we remove the $50M worth of sales at the Stein Eriksen Residences (SER), condominium unit volume changes to being up 30% with dollar volume up 35%.

The timing of new product to the market definitely impacts our numbers in the first quarter which is historically one of the slowest of the year. In addition to SER mentioned above, a similar story may have happened around the Jordanelle Reservoir where unit sales we up nearly 60% with the completion of many townhomes at Black Rock Ridge and Park’s Edge.

The storyline that may be more relevant and reliable in terms of the data is about scarcity. The greater Park City area currently has under 800 homes and condominiums for sale; the first quarter (which we mentioned is normally slow) had over 300 completed sales. That is less than 9 months inventory at the current sales volume.  This isn’t necessarily out of whack until we look at pricing and sales within price points.

  •         Current for Sale Inventory of 440 Condos and 340 Homes in greater Park City has been relatively stable for the past four years
  •         The median sales price of a home over the past year has been approx. $1.25M there are 57 active listings below this price (2.5 months’ worth of inventory)
  •         The median sales price for a condominium has been $525,000; there are 105 options on the market below this price (3 months’ worth of inventory)

Note that the stats here are just raw data Park City area home and condo numbers and really don’t take locations, views, finishes and all the things that make a home unique and special into account. Thirty percent of the sales in the past year were on the market for less than two weeks.

Having someone that knows the market and the specifics of what you want to buy or have to sell is imperative. Contact the YouInParkCity.com Group for all your Park City Real Estate needs.

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