We have received our first real snow storms and just in time as the ski resorts are planning to be open soon. The storms that came through the last few days are now out of the state and we are enjoying sunny blue skies and cold air. The cold temperatures will allow the resorts to blow snow around the clock in preparation for the upcoming opening days. We may see storms return by next weekend.
Below are the anticipated opening dates for the ski resorts. However, weather could affect these dates, but so far we are on track to meet these dates. Click on any of the ski resort names to visit their websites for more information such as ski reports, lift status, ticket prices, season passes, equipment rentals, etc.
Q3 of 2014 shows fewer number of sales compared to same time period in 2013, but median sales price is trending upward.
The total number of closed sales, including single family homes, condominiums and vacant land, within the Greater Park City Area in the third quarter of 2014 is 12% below Q3 of 2013, with single family home sales down over 16%, according to the Park City Board of REALTORS®. Though the number of sales is down, median prices continue to climb at a gradual pace.
Single Family Home Sales
By property type, single family homes had the least activity in Q3. Within Park City Proper, there were 126 sales - down 20% from last year’s number, with the median price at $1,315,000. In Old Town, the median price of a single family home rose 28%