August 2014

Found 6 blog entries for August 2014.

Are you thinking about buying a vacation home here in the Park City area? With hundreds of property listings on the market at any given time, it can be a challenge to sort through them all to find the homes that suit your needs and fit within your budget. In today's blog post we'll share how buyers who are interested in Park City real estate opportunities can use our website and its powerful search capabilities to their full potential in order to make a property search much easier. What Our Website Can Do For You

Search Through Every Listing with Our Advanced Search

If you're like most home buyers, you have certain features or amenities that you want in your new home. Leverage the power of our advanced search tool to narrow down your search to those homes that fit the bill.

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US New Home ConstructionThe sluggish housing market over the last several years did not have an impact on Americans’ desire for bigger and fancier homes, according to a recent report from USA Today.

Evidently, demand continues to grow for these large estates, especially as the housing market across the nation improves.

This is a fascinating trend on the national housing market and one that is sure to impact both home buyers and sellers.

Americans Love to Own Large, Luxury Homes

The American Dream of owning a bigger and better home is still very much alive across the country.

In fact, as the recent USA Today article noted, many of today’s buyers still want a house that includes as many luxury amenities and features as they can think of – or at least afford.


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Whether you've fallen in love with skiing our Utah snows or you can't get enough of the Park Meadows Country Club's amazing golf course, if you're looking to purchase a vacation property here in Park City you'll have to decide between new construction and a pre-owned home. In this post we'll share a few tips on how to make this decision a bit easier. New Versus Pre-Owned Vacation Homes See All Park City Listings

Choose Your Preferred Locations First

The first step in purchasing the perfect vacation home is to pick the location that best suits your needs and how you will use the property. Are you coming up for winter skiing? If so, you may want to look at properties in The Canyons which have ski-in/ski-out access. Are you planning on golfing as much as possible during the summer? A

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Whether you've decided that you want to retire from the city to the mountains or you've visited Park City and know that this is where you want to own a vacation home, an obvious consideration is how much your quality of life can be improved with a real estate purchase. In this post we'll share a few considerations to ensure that when you buy a home in Park City you're not just buying a house or condo – you're buying a better lifestyle. How to Buy the Lifestyle See All Park City Listings

Make Recreation as Convenient as Possible

Are you a skiing fan? Do you love riding horses, or perhaps golf is more your thing? However you like to spend your free time, your Park City home is your 'home base' from which you can indulge your recreational pursuits. If you love skiing, it

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Are you thinking about buying a condo in Park City to enjoy the ski season? If you've started to look into ownership of a property inside of a building or planned development, you've likely heard about homeowners' associations. In this post we'll explore the concept of homeowners' association fees and explain what types of HOA fees you may encounter when you purchase a condo here in Park City. Breaking Down HOA Fees' Financial Impact Browse Park City Listings Here!

What Are Homeowners' Association Fees?

Homeowners' Associations are self-funded entities that require members to contribute to their costs. Almost all HOAs are run by an elected board of directors, and each year this board will be responsible for putting together the budget and setting out the fee schedule for the coming year.

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Home RemodelingNot all home remodeling projects are created equal – especially when you’re trying to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes time to sell your property.

So before you spend thousands of dollars on that home remodeling project you’ve been dreaming about, make sure that you’re armed with the facts first.

Today, we’re going to tell you which of the most common home renovation projects are worth the investment, and which ones you’re better off doing without. The answers may surprise you.

Roofs and New Siding: Not Very Glamorous but Quite Impactful

Remodeling Magazine reports that you’re more likely to recoup your investment on such features as your roof or your siding than you are on bathroom or kitchen remodels.

In fact, siding

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