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Tips to Finding a Luxury Realtor in Park City, Deer Valley Resort, or the Surrounding Area

Are you considering buying or selling your Park City luxury property but don't know where to start?  You don't see what Realtor or broker is good at their job if they'll work hard for you or if they even sell real estate.  Every website you see online has agents ranked with five stars, and all the agents are self-touting #1 in their market. 

We've built RealEstateInParkCity.com entirely around attracting new clients by providing vital information.  Below, we offer advice on Tips to Find the Best Realtor to work on your behalf to get your property sold!

Your privacy, time, and property are extremely valuable if you can buy or sell luxury real estate.  Yet,…

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Upper Deer Valley Real Estate Information

Upper Deer Valley Homes for Sale  |  Upper Deer Valley Condos for Sale

Upper Deer Valley Ski PropertiesAbout Upper Deer Valley Real Estate:  Deer Valley Real Estate is made up of four separate areas: Lower Deer Valley, Upper Deer Valley, Deer Crest, and Empire Pass.  Upper Deer Valley real estate provides some of the best "forever" views and ski access in all of Park City and is easier to get to than any other ski town.   Many of the properties in Upper Deer Valley are ski-in-ski-out or a short walk to access.  There are great dining options within the neighborhood it's a quick five-minute drive/bus ride to the Historic Mainstreet of Park City.  Real estate in Upper Deer Valley offers single-family homes, townhomes,…

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In the past week, I have overheard three different discussions about capital gains when someone is selling their Park City home. Capital gains on the sale of a primary residence is often misunderstood and because I'm not a CPA, tax advisor, etc I must say it's best to consult a licensed professional regarding any proceeds when selling a property. 

Here's what the IRS has to say about the sale of your home: "If you have a capital gain from the sale of your main home, you may qualify to exclude up to $250,000 of that gain from your income. You may qualify to exclude up to $500,000 of that gain if you file a joint return with your spouse. Publication 523, Selling Your Home, provides rules and worksheets. Topic 409 covers general capital gain and loss…

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