Searching for a Newly Built Home in Park City, Utah?
Buying new construction in Park City, Utah provides many advantages. When purchasing a home to be built, buyers often have the ability to help design their dream home. There are many choices along the way such as floor plans, countertops, cabinets, appliances, flooring, finishes, fixtures, and choosing new trends vs more traditional architecture. A used home often has products such as refrigerators, furnaces, dishwashers, water heaters, etc that will need replacing within a few years; whereas a new home often comes with a builder or manufacturer warranty. Newer homes and their appliances tend to have higher energy efficiency which can dramatically reduce utility and maintenance costs, especially in large luxury homes. If you are thinking of building a new home in Park City, Utah please keep in mind that location can greatly affect the cost to build. Once you have selected a parcel of land, do your due diligence to determine the cost to build and ensure you are building a home that is appropriate for the area. If you build a home that is too large for the area, frequently referred to as overbuilding, it will be challenging to recoup your money when it’s time to sell the home. If you build a home that is too small for the area the cost per square foot could be substantially higher than the neighbor's property and make your home appear overpriced. One of the most overlooked costs when building in Summit County is permits/fees as well as dirt work. I always suggest clients have a good idea of how much excavation will cost.
If you would like to preview some of the newest homes and condos in Park City, Utah visit http://www.realestateinparkcity.com/new-construction.php. Some of the areas in Park City that have the most new construction are Promontory, Old Town Park City, The Canyons (Including The Colony at White Pine, Apex Residences, Lift Condominiums, Blackstone Residences), Upper Deer Valley with The Stein Eriksen Residences, and Empire Pass with One Empire Pass. There are also several nice condos in the Jordanelle area that have been built over the past few years. If you're considering new construction right outside of Park City you may want to take a look at the newly built homes in Midway & Heber.
Thinking of building but you're not sure of the current market trends of the cost to build in Park City or don't know where to start - give me a call at (833)Ski-Home.