University Of Utah. Bachelor Of Science, Economics; Regional and Urban Development.
Growing up in the shadow of the Wasatch mountains, close to Park City, Deer Valley and Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons, Steve developed a passion for alpine, cross country, and backcountry skiing. He felt a reverence for the beauty of the mountains, and the way that splendor is enhanced with a picturesque cabin nestled on their slopes. Gratefully he’s been involved in projects that have achieved just this. On most winter weekends you’ll find Steve ‘enjoying’ trying to keep up with his son on the slopes, and in the summer, he’ll be ‘getting a kick’ out of watching him play soccer with the same intensity that he ski’s.
Indiana University Bloomington and Fort Wayne, CPMR Arizona State. Master Of Science Business Administration, Marketing, Chemistry.
Park City is not only a winter sports destination. The summer season rivals the winter with Golf, Fly Fishing, Mountain Biking, Boating, Hiking, Hot Air Ballooning and Horseback Riding. Don’t forget the Sundance Film Festival in January, the Utah Symphony / Deer Valley Music Festival throughout the summer and the Kimball Arts Festival in August.
According to Bruce, who knows where to go for fine dinning, Park City has more 5 star restaurants than Salt Lake. So when Salt Lake residents want a great meal they come here. With over a hundred and fifty places to choose from, it’s a diners paradise.
The purchase of Park City Mountain Resort and merging it with the Canyons created the largest ski resort in the United States. If Park City was world class before, now it is even more so. This mega resort has captured the attention of people all over the country, and the world, for that matter and is a magnet for growth in the area.
2016 year end housing statistics for Summit and Wasatch Counties, as reported by the Park City Board of REALTORS Multiple Listing Service, shows that over the past four years, the number of closed, pending, and active listings have continued to trend at a healthy and stable rate, with an average median sales price for single-family homes, condominiums, and vacant land increasing at a rate double that number. Overall, the quantity of sold properties did not increase sharply over previous years, yet the dollar volume for our entire market area was up 18%.
With limited inventory and high demand for single-family homes within the City Limits, the median price climbed to $1.69 M. Lower Deer Valley doubled in number of homes sold and saw a 15% increase in median price reaching just under $2.2 M.
Looking Ahead. ... Prices in our market area have continued to rise year-over-year as both primary and secondary homeowners desire to live, work and play in Summit and Wasatch Counties. Finding affordable property in certain areas remains challenging with high demand, limited inventory, and rising home prices, so buyers
For the full report to go: http://www.parkcityrealtors.com/newsroom