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Fri Jan 10, 2014
Sheila Hall answered:
There have been three sold on that side in the past twelve months. They were at 445k, 495k & 499K.
Hope this helps!
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Sun Nov 3, 2013
Sharon Eastman answered:
Hi Keith,

You are in luck.... This time of year there is a glut of places for rent in Park City! I have just helped another friend find a place. If you want to email me your parameters, I will gladly help you find what you need. or you can call me at 435-962-4663 good Luck, Sharon ... more
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
James Black answered:
Hello Cam,
The Park City school district is generally considered to be one of the best, if not the best, in the state. Overall class sizes are generally smaller, with per pupil expenditures generally higher than the Utah average.
If you would like more detailed specifics I would be happy to send them to you. I am a 33 year resident of Park City and work as an associate Broker with Prudential Utah Real Estate.
Jim Black
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Steve Blankenship answered:
Hello Hanz,
I am very familiar with the Jordanelle area and building in the area my self. Are you looking at the Deer Mountain, Hideout Canyon or Tuhaye projects?

I have a link here for the Deer Mountain area:

Please contact me on any further questions on your property search.

Thank you,

Steve Blankenship
Associate Broker
Keller Williams
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Daintrie Zega answered:
Almost all the rentals for Sundance have been booked already, but I do know of a few management companies who still have one or two locations available. The main limitations are number of people staying and how close to Main Street you need to be. Time is of the essence if you want to find anything this late in the game.
You are welcome to contact me at if you'd like to know what you can still get.
Happy New Year.
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
Ryan McLaughlin answered:
Thomas, great speaking with you yesterday. Look foward to speaking again soon!
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Tue Nov 6, 2012
James Black answered:
Your best option is probably to call Annette Sneed at coalition Management...She specializes in long-term rentals (435) 649-4994. I can also put out an email across our realtor network to see if anyone has a client who has a property that might fit your client's needs.
Let me know if you would like me to do that.

Jim Black
Prudential Utah (435) 640-6177
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
Doug Almstedt answered:
There are so many great places in Park City that would fit your criteria! The PC Board prints this really great map of the area with the different neighborhoods that I would like to send you. Give me a call at your convenience and we will get you one sent over right away!
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Fri Feb 20, 2015
Maria Cipollone answered:
Yes, going into BoA website and print out the forms that they provide and try to submitted as soon as possible. If you don't get any answer you can contact a mortgage broker and they can provide you more information.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone
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Sat Sep 8, 2012
Melissa Band answered:
Hi Troy,
It is actually very rare to find a ski in/out condo or home that rents long term. Because those properties are the most sought after by vacationers, most owners only rent nightly. Though Park City is very pet friendly, there aren't that many condos that allow pets. The ones that do mostly only do so for owners.
Racquet Club is one of the few that allow pets for owners and tenants and they often rent under 2K per month as well. They are in Park Meadows, so not ski in/out, but reasonably close to Park City resort.
Your best bet is to check The Park Record or craigslist for owners who are renting long term. Another possiblity is to check VRBO. You might be able to find an owner who is willing to rent longer term that nightly on that site.
Good luck!
Melissa Band
Associate Broker
Equity Real Estate Luxury Group
435) 901-3424
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Wed Aug 22, 2012
Heather Feldman answered:
It is under contract, but not yet closed. Can I help you with another home? Heather Feldman 435-731-0803
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Sat Feb 15, 2014
Heather Feldman answered:
I see only 5 Chateaux fractional on the market - not a huge number of listings, but still competition. In today's market, you have to be priced well and have a comparable or better product. Is your location superior to others? If a buyer is looking for a Chateaux, they will usually look at most of the available units, choosing the best one for their needs based on location, size etc . If all those factors are equal, then price is the determining factor. Please let me know if I can help you with the sale of your Chateaux. Expect your property to be on the market a good number of days as our market is cyclical and potential buyers may not be looking at this time, but may wait for ski season.
Heather Feldman
Equity Real Estate Luxury Group
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Sun Aug 17, 2014
Jim Bradley answered:
I like Redstone more it is closer to all the shoping and entertainment. Financing on both projects can be a problem due to pending law suits. You can get some units with seller financing. ... more
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Tue Aug 27, 2013
Lynn Fillmore answered: REBATE

Lynn Fillmore, BROKER / REALTOR® Since' 1992
Town & Country Apollo Properties, LLC
1360 S. Carterville Rd, Orem UT 84097
(801) 224-1559 Phone / FAX
(801) 372-1658 Cell / Text

A Utah Licensed Brokerage and member of the following Utah MLS systems:
- Wasatch Front Regional MLS for Central & Northern Utah Properties
- Park City MLS for Summit County & Northern Mountain Properties
- Washington County MLS for Southern Utah Properties

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Fri Apr 24, 2015
Ginny Schulman answered:
I think that the highway noise and dust will hold down potential resale on these units. They are now priced at about $200+ per square foot. I think you should see Black Rock at well under $200/SF before buying at the Retreat or Park's Edge.

Ginny Schulman
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Sun Jul 29, 2012
Callie Johnson answered:
Your're right, actual sales prices would be best for tracking trends. But if you're looking to list a home to sell, recent comps will be most useful. I can help with info from our MLS . Also an appraiser should be able to access that data. ... more
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Mon Apr 23, 2012
Craig & Delia Reece answered:
Tuhaye is a fabulous golf resort with great amenities, however sales have been slow this year. 13 Lots sold in 2010, with none selling so far in 2011. ‘Average’ lot sold price was approx. $611,000, and the list to sold price approx. .89%. For single family homes, 9 homes sold in 2010, with only 2 homes selling so far this year. ‘Average’ sales price, is approx. $1.25M, with a list to sold price of .93%.
There are many good homes now that have been priced reduced and offer buyer’s a great opportunity to own a quality home in an exclusive golf community. Call us for detailed information, we’d be happy to assist you.

Delia Reece, ABR, e-Pro,
Prudential Utah Real Estate
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Sat Oct 30, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
Do keep in mind that short sales, unless already pre-approved by the lender, are by no means fast sales--also keep in mind that as long as the seller is the owner, he/she is responsible for the tenants--ask him/her about the lease, possibly ask to see a copy, etc.; in addition do protect yourself and consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate as to exactly what rights you may have; if you plan on occupying the property before the term of the lease expires, you may be able to break the lease--again consult with an attorney for an accurate evaluation. ... more
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Sun Jul 29, 2012
Todd Anderson answered:
As a "rule of thumb" you'll want to put in 50% of the gross rental revenue for management, for a Prospector studio, the HOA fees are about $150 per month (this is a conservative estimate) there may also be an assessment runnning another $100 per month. You'll need to consider insurance - in this case probably another $50 per month. Taxes will run about $700 per year. In all, with the location and age of a Prospector Square studio, you should be able to produce a decent revenue stream if you are to rent it long term, but you are unlikely to do so in a nightly rental situation. Park City has a bit too much inventory on its hands in terms of nightly rentals to make most of them viable in terms of cash flow.

Another thing to consider is the lack of financing capabilities in our current marketplace. Expect rates to be a bit higher than you read (a point to a point and a half) and you'll need 30-50% for the down payment.

Give me a call and we can further discuss your options and the viability of a rental for you in the Park City area.

Todd Anderson
Keller Williams Park City Real Estate
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Thu Sep 2, 2010
Paul Benson answered:
Yes - there are condos in the Canyons ski area that are studios that are under 100k. They used to be closer to 400k. They are in the Canyons rental management program and are newer and furnished and walking distance to skiing. Feel free to email me directly or call me. Paul Benson 435-640-7441 ... more
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