This is an ad from the Salt Lake Tribune in 1985. The "all-time low rates" were about 12%. If you were to look back in time to when rates were between 12-18% would you have still bought, knowing what you know about the future? I think almost anyone would say yes for two main reasons: 1. Prices have come up so high since then. 2. When interest rates came down, people were able to refinance to the lower rate. I'm not sure what our future holds. But I do know the peopl
December 23, 2010 - 98 homes sold December 23, 2011 - 97 homes sold December 21, 2012 (Friday) - 194 homes sold December 23, 2013 - 142 homes sold December 23, 2014 - 155 homes sold December 23, 2015 - 162 homes sold December 23, 2016 - 149 homes sold December 22, 2017 (Friday) - 203 homes sold December 21, 2018 (Friday) - 247 homes sold December 23, 2019 - 206 homes sold December 23, 2020 - 226 homes sold Statistics gathered from UtahRealEstate.com
Wishing you all the best on Thanksgiving Day. I LOVE PARK CITY!!!! Deer Valley is my favorite resort. I think the movie stars like Deer Valley because it's so well groomed and easier to ski at. We all look like better skiers there. Park City Mountain Resort is my favorite in the summer. I love it in the winter too, of course. Please call me if I can help you with real estate.
This Thanksgiving I am thankful for G O R G E O U S ski areas that surround me! There are fantastic options for a full time home, or a cabin in this canyon. Do you like Alta or Snowbird better? So many love how challenging Snowbird is, but I prefer Alta because it's easier to ski. Plus, Alta in the mid July is one of the most beautiful places on earth because of the wildflowers. Please call me if you need help with real estate! And, by the way... did you know the speed l
I want to buy a ski in / ski out home... how about you? I've looked into buying at Solitude a few times. In the summer solitude still has the chair lift going, and there are so many gorgeous things to see no matter the season. Brighton would be fun too. There are some homes by Donut Falls that are incredible, and owning a cabin at the base of Brighton's Majestic lift would be a dream!
The home listed at the top, for sale for $1,175 in 1893, would easily be worth $600,000 or more now. What do you think the second listing, with 7 rooms and a reception hall, would be worth now? Notice it is on the east side of Salt Lake City. Most homes built at that time were in the Avenues, or north east of Liberty Park.