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Rental Basics in Utah : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jul 30, 2017
Juliene kafentzis asked:
Mon Jun 26, 2017
Shelby Coltrin answered:
If you are still looking for a place, i have 1 bedroom available for rent in my home. its a new development and it probably a 5 minute drive to the base.
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Thu Jun 8, 2017
Blake Rounkles answered:
I would be open to it. Please contact me and give me some more info.
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Tue May 9, 2017
Kjerstie Jill Russell asked:
Fri Jul 15, 2016
Angelica P answered:
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Mon May 30, 2016
Jcj.parkcity answered:
Hi, there is a move in ready furnished & upgraded condo in Park City with great views that can work. Email me at jcj.parkcity@gmail.com and I can show it to you today. Thanks!
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Sun May 24, 2015
Michael Maloney answered:
If the landlord specified stuff in the contract then I guess you're caught in a tough place. But do speak to her about why she's keeping her things in storage in your room. I would suppose that since its food storage she has to go in fairly often to take them out right? That's quite a big loss of privacy and I would get her to do something about it. ... more
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Mon May 4, 2015
Atlannta Conitz asked:
Sat Apr 11, 2015
Geoff Boston answered:
I don't think trulia questions and answers functions anymore. I have NOT had any response back from trulia. Anybody have any info about trulia?
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Thu Jan 23, 2014
amylizkitty asked:
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Sharon Eastman answered:
Hi tgaglione,

It does depend on the complex, where it is located...is it close to the resorts and primarily a ski rental. Is it a long term rental?

I understand the spreadsheet model but a bit difficult to be scientific about rental income in Park City. First of all, any Realtor in Park City will tell you that they are not seeling "investments" but selling property and a lifestyle :-).....

Most of my clients are looking for a property that they can utilize part of the time and when they are not using it themselves they can put it with a property management company to help subsidize their ownership...so the first thing to consider is how it works for your own use....then how much income can I generate. What I find is that most places will pay for the HOA and the Taxes but then you are on your own for debt service.

If you don't plan on using the property yourself, it opens up more possibilities because you don't have to like staying there and can rent it nightly (weekly) or long term.

The numbers that I garner for my clients are directly from the Seller, his property manager, or sometimes a projection given by a property manager for similar units if the particular unit that you are looking at has not been in a rental pool. These numbers are given as "gross rental numbers" and don't really have an occupancy rate. Some owners will let you actually see the list of rentals...when it was rented, when it was not..but usually not enough history to get the %. If it is a ski property, the economy and the snow effects rental somewhat. Although when we are having a bad snow year, most likely the other western resorts are as well....so we tout our fabulous snow making and skiers are flocking her anyway. The recent announcement of Vail Corp. running Canyons should be good for us in the future.

Now with all that being said...and I am so sorry for the run-on....I help pepole everyday sift through the myriad of choices here in Park City as there really is something for everyone and everyone's pocketbook...and I would love to help you find something as well. Now is the time to buy!

Best of luck to you in your search.

Please feel free to call me anytime at 435-962-4663 or Sharon@SharonSellsParkCity.com

Have a great day!!

Sharon
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Skibedford asked:
how do I list on trulia.com?
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