There is no better way to ensure a happier, more successful buying experience in Park City than by knowing what to expect, and by working with a team of local specialists who know the area and its real estate by heart.
Whether you know exactly what you are looking for, or need a hand narrowing down the right type of home for your family, we’re ready to help.
“This is truly a top notch team. They know their market like no one else and they have the expertise that you need for selecting your dream vacation home.”
Here are a few things to consider before you begin your home buying journey.
Your Type of Home
Park City is full of beautiful real estate, whether you are looking for a primary residence, secondary home, or investment opportunity. Your criteria will differ depending on the type of property you’re interested in buying. For full-time ownership, you’ll need a home that suits your everyday life year-round. For a vacation home, you may want to be closer to a resort. If you’re interested in buying an investment property, we can pull together the data you need for your financial strategy, such as historical rental income, carrying costs, and other market insight.
Many buyers are drawn to Park City because of the unique lifestyle that’s offered here. Your recreational, work, and family needs will all impact where, what, and when you buy. If you would like to be in close proximity to your “home” resort, want to be within walking distance of downtown’s fantastic restaurants and bars, or would prefer to be further out to get more for your money, we can show you around Park City’s vibrant communities and find your perfect fit.
Buying in a Master Planned Community
If you are considering buying a home in one of Park City’s master planned developments, be sure to have a plan, inquire about the amenities, and understand the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) established for the community. Although it is not usually a question within master developed communities, make sure that your property has water attached to it, whether it’s a well or municipal water.