September 2017

Found 7 blog entries for September 2017.

Kamas Real Estate

Looking for Kamas, Oakley, Woodland or Weber Canyon Real Estate?

Located below the majestic peaks of the Uintas, the mountain communities of Peoa, Kamas, Oakley and Weber Canyon, Woodland, Francis, Hoytsville, and Coalville boast stunning views and wild natural beauty. The townships are defined by their lush fields, wide high-altitude vistas, and long-standing family farms and ranches. Popular with outdoor enthusiasts and ranchers, these townships offer a wide range of real estate options including farmstead estates, large lots to build your dream home on, and small subdivisions with a quiet neighborhood feel. Just a short distance to Park City and Salt Lake City, these towns have a preserved sense of nature and community without the hustle and

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We want to welcome you to the first day of fall in Park City.  It's been a beautiful summer and old man winter decided to announce the first day of fall with #SNOW in our mountains.  

One Empire Pass Construction Update Video

Our Construction Team is moving full steam ahead and taking advantage of the weather to complete our exterior projects.  We are looking forward to moving our buyers in this Winter season.

Here is a quick update on what's happening at One Empire Pass:

  • Continue exterior wood siding & trim.  West end exterior is nearly complete.
  • Installation of windows on the north & south sides
  • Cabinetry installation on the west side 
  • Stone tile and painting work levels 1 & 2
  • Finish backfilling soil around the pool and
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Whether you are downsizing, upsizing, or building your dream home, selling your current property at the best price in the shortest time can be a critical factor in achieving your goal. Here are 10 things you should know about selling your property.

The 10 Things Sellers Should Do The Minute Their Home Goes On The Market

1. Adopting The Right Mindset
When you put your home on the market you are no longer the home owner, you are the home seller. Sellers must adopt the mindset of the buyer and see the home through a buyer’s eyes.

2. Accommodate Every Showing
The perfect buyer could show up at any minute and the more potential buyers who see the home, the better! Some buyers can't and won't reschedule to see your house so try your best to make

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Park City Autumn Aloft - September 16-17, 2017

Park City Autumn AloftGet up early to Park City and be sure to catch the Saturday and Sunday launch events which will take place on the North 40 Playing Fields directly behind Park City’s Treasure Mountain Middle school. Balloons are scheduled to lift off around 8am.  Ample parking is provided at the Eccles and Park City High School parking facilities. And once the balloons lift off there’s plenty of time to enjoy everything Park City has to offer.  Head to Main Street and enjoy breakfast at many of the popular restaurants.  Saturday evening’s Candlestick event on Historic Main Street is a unique experience for both longtime residents and visitors to Park City. On Sunday, be sure to visit Historic Main Street after the launch

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Marion Country Home for Sale | Price Just Reduced to $699,900

Priced Just Reduced to $699,900 on this #Kamas Country Home on 2.66 acres with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Home includes irrigation shares, fully fenced playgrounds for the dogs or kids, dog kennels with access to fenced play areas, raised gardens, heated shop in a detached garage. Spacious Master with huge walk-in closet, floor to ceiling shower, jetted tub. Pack us the horses as there is plenty of room for them at this country home.  Enjoy mornings or evenings from your covered decks with views of Hoytes Peak.

Kamas and its neighbor Marion are located only a short 20 minute drive from Park City, Utah. A little further away is the community of Oakley.  The Uinta

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Published by the PARK RECORD (9/1/2017)

The Wasatch Front is in the midst of a tech boom positioning it as a major challenger to Silicon Valley. Startups and officials say the industry is flourishing in Park City, as well, though theres room for growth.

Park City Tech CenterWhen Entrepreneur magazine recently named Salt Lake City, with its burgeoning technology industry, as the top challenger in the country to Silicon Valley, Brent Stucker was not surprised. It's why he moved his company to Utah. Stucker is the founder of 3DSIM, a 3-D printing software startup that relocated to Park City in 2015 after struggling to lure qualified employees in Louisville. And while Salt Lake City, Provo and Ogden often overshadow Park City in discussion about Utah's tech boom, he and

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Celebrate Miner's Day in Park City

Miners Day in Park CityLabor Day isn't celebrated in Park City, but MINER'S DAY is!  Fun and funky, the annual Miner’s Day parade down historic Main Street attracts marching bands and community floats as Park City celebrates its mining heritage. 

To truly enjoy Park City Miners’ Day with your family and friends, have a plan for parking and transportation. Take advantage of wide open parking at Park City High School with free transportation downtown. Park City Mountain Resort is another great place to park with easy bus access to Main Street, but get there early. You might also consider riding your bike.

RUNNING OF THE BALLSRunning of the Balls you say?  Join the crowd on Park City’s historic Main Street for the Running of the Balls. Patterned after the

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