Park City and Deer Valley Real Estate Blog | Derrik Carlson

Ski-In-Ski-Out Homes and Condos in Deer Valley & Empire Pass:

Here is what Ski-In-Ski-Out Buyers are looking for in Deer Valley & Empire Pass and the Reasons Why!  Winter shopping for ski-in-ski-out properties has begun in Park City, Utah. Yesterday, I showed a few properties in Upper Deer Valley and Empire Pass. This particular buyer is an incredibly intelligent self-made gentleman that has started and sold several businesses over the past few years. The dream of owning a Deer Valley property is right around the corner and he'll be able to settle in before the ski season. He's considered Stein Eriksen Residences and Stein Eriksen Lodge because of the amenities, Arrowleaf and Shooting Star because of the value, Double Eagle because of the ski…
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Hotel Ascent will be a full-service condo-hotel property located next to the Waldorf Astoria in Canyons Village. The Hotel is situated on the 11th Fairway of the Canyons Golf Course. Our website has been updated with new details on Hotel Ascent. If you haven't already done so, please register and send me an email (CARLSON@REALESTATEINPARKCITY.COM) asking to be updated on Hotel Ascent or any other new construction in Park City. 

 
 

 
 

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STEADY MARKET PREVAILS
  The Park City area market continues to be steady overall, with a slight dip in condominium sales. The dip in condominiums could be because it's been challenging to find condominiums that are priced correctly and updated. 
Second Quarter 2018 stats revealed continued demand and an increase in median sales price. At the close of the second quarter, the number of single-family home sales in the Greater Park City Area increased by 6%, vacant land by 5%, while the condominium sector was slightly down compared to last year’s sales. Demand continued to rise on a gradual level, with
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How Much Does Technology Matter When Listing Your Property for Sale? 

By: Derrik Carlson 435.200.5478 - Real Estate in Park City, Midway, & Heber Utah 

I've been told over and over that real estate is a face to face/belly to belly business where all that matters is personal relationships. Well, that is the truth but many relationships start online in the 21 century and so do real estate relationships. If you're considering selling a home, condo or land in Park City I wanted to illustrate that I have special tools in place that no one else in my marketplace is using to help sell your home faster and for more money. These tools allow me to drive web traffic directly to my website and capture prospective buyer's contact information so I can start a

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85 Hidden Oaks Lane Park City, Utah 84060 | Deer Valley Lots for Sale

This lower Deer Valley lot for sale is a hidden treasure in Hidden Oaks subdivision. It is one of the last remaining premium view lots in Lower Deer Valley that provide an uphill build. 85 Hidden Oaks Lane provides views of Park City, Thaynes Canyon, The Canyons and long mountain views. Build your dream home here to enjoy hiking and biking on nearby trails which have plenty of wildlife. With no HOA dues, the option to join the Solamere Swim and Tennis Club, and nightly rental it's a spectacular option if you're thinking of building in Park City or Deer Valley. 

PCMLS#11805260 - View the Park City MLS Listing of 85 Hidden Oaks Park City, Utah - Deer Valley Lot for…
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 Lower Deer Valley Real Estate

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Hi, Derrik Carlson up here in Lower Deer Valley.  I'm driving around and looking at what's going on in the market. There's been quite a bit of new construction that's been going on and you can see one as I pass right now.  Our numbers don't necessarily reflect that because really Lower Deer Valley was built out in the 90's for the most part. It is a pretty mature area of Park City. So, when you look overall, we have 39 total listings. 18 of those are single family homes, 19 are condos and only two are lots.  So far this year we have had 28 total closings: 8 homes, 17 condos and 3 lots.

There is a mix of type of properties that are available. Let me see if I can just flip you around real quick

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Homebuyers navigating the real estate market often focus on the factors that suit their needs today — and for the duration that they live at the property. Many overlook the home’s future resale value. Yet, according to NAR (National Association Of Realtors), you should approach choosing a home as more of a business decision. The location of the property, size, layout, and condition all influence whether the home is a good investment, or whether you will have resale problems later on. Here are a few things you might want to consider that will affect a home’s resale value down the road.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD 

Location influences the value of real estate more than anything else. Homes in a desirable location will attract a larger pool of buyers, and

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You walk into a new construction community and you are immediately overwhelmed with excitement and possibility. You explore the community and everything checks out. The house is exactly what you’ve wanted, the curb appeal is charming, and the smiling salesperson is so friendly. Everything just seems right.

1) CUSTOM DESIGN

As a Realtor, I show a lot of homes to potential buyers. Even when the buyer absolutely loves the home, there is always something that they would change. They may not like the color of the carpet, backsplash, or walls.

When you build a new home, you can build it the way that you want it. This is probably the most attractive reason to buy a new home.

2) FUNCTIONAL FLOORPLANS

When I show homes to people, sometimes

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New Home Construction in the Park City Area

New construction remains strong in the Park City area. Whether you're thinking about building a starter home or a luxury home the market here has changed over the past several years. I've spoken with several builders of the past couple of months and they are all running into increased costs of labor (up 20% in the past year), goods such as lumber (up 28% in the past year), steel (up 25% in the past year), and more. Expect the cost to build in Park City to start at $200 per square foot for a very basic home while the high-end homes start at $400 per square foot, and ski-in-ski-out tends to run over $1,000 per square foot. An interesting tidbit I picked up from a builder is that a home that would have cost

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The Colony at White Pine Canyon Has Released The Final Phase of Lots!The Colony in Park City

Today, The Colony has issued their final phase of lots - Phase V! There were 13 lots released and 7 are already reserved leaving 6 available lots. The final phase has beautiful pine forests, five lakes, and a waterfall stream. 

If you would consider a property already built please Search all homes and land for sale in The Colony at White Pine Canyon. 

The Colony is a 4,600-acre ski-in-ski-out real estate development in Park City, Utah that is gated. It consists of 274 single family home sites that average over five acres. The development has been released in five phases (the final phase was released on 4/17/2018) and has approximately 90% open space. There is a possibility of

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