Park City Realtors Expand Market

Posted on 17 December 2019 | 7:08 am

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties adds Red Ledges community in Heber, Utah to list of represented developments  PARK CITY, UTAH – Locally owned and operated since 1976, first as the Coleman Land Trust, then as Prudential Utah Real Estate, and now as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties, BHHS Utah Properties has been a leading force in the development of Park City’s real estate market for more than 40 years. Red Ledges, which is a four-season, full-amenity community in Heber, has been one of the most successful real estate development projects in the Wasatch Back for a decade. As Park City and Heber have become more connected over the past few years, the inclusion of a development like Red Ledges at a top brokerage was a logical evolution in the Park City real estate market, so it was only natural the two would eventually join forces. The long-standing Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties brokerage has listed other large projects in Wasatch County over the years including Wolf Creek Ranch, Tuhaye, and Deer Crest Estates and The St. Regis Deer Valley, but the addition of Red Ledges marks the first time any Park City brokerage has represented a major development in the Heber Valley.  Heber is a growing town just east of Park City which is enjoying its own blend of revitalization and Old West ambiance.  Over the past four years, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Money Magazine, and several others have named Heber one of the top places in the U.S. for lifestyle, growth, and second home ownership. Steve Roney, Owner & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties provided some perspective on the significance of Red Ledges joining the fold noting, “Skiing and real estate are the two biggest economic drivers in Park City and the surrounding areas. This is a place people want to be because the Wasatch Back provides four season recreational and community opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Heber sits just 20 minutes east of Park City and 10 minutes from Deer Valley Resort’s eastern entrance wher...  more»

8 Innovative Home Technologies for New Homeowners

Posted on 5 December 2019 | 1:51 pm

If you are considering putting your house on the market, you need to make sure it is ready for any age, but particularly the Millenial group. Innovative ideas for the home that could entice any buyer, even millennials which represent the largest buying pool demographic in the country is important because you want your home to stay competitive in the market. When you add that technological element to a home, it becomes both easier to live in and more in touch with housing in the future. The 1960s home that’s been renovated only one or two times might not be as up-to-date as another home that’s been recently done. What most people seem to forget is that not only does a home need to stand the test of time, but also upgrade as the buyer pool changes.  Here is a list of some of those innovative home technologies that could cause your buyer to get in a bidding war over your property. Most homeowners do not have the skill set to complete their own home repairs, so you should also consider including a home protection plan within the price of your house. A home protection plan will give your buyer peace of mind that if something goes wrong, an expert will be available to fix the problem.   Remote Controlled Shades We know. No one needs remote-controlled shades, but having them will certainly give your house a “wow” factor. Depending upon the brand you purchase, you can control or program your shades with your home automation app.  High-end shades don’t just add decorative appeal and assist in keeping your privacy. They also may lower your home’s heating and cooling bills. While a double-pane window has an insulation rating of 2, high-end shades may have a rating higher than 4. Before your guests roll their eyes at the extravagance, tell them how ecologically friendly your remote controlled shades are.  Include a High-End Range Many millennials consider themselves as foodies. While they may not bat an eye if the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms in your home are the sizes of postage stamps, they will care about the quality of appliances in the kitc...  more»

Join Us For A Grand Opening Event

Posted on 29 October 2019 | 1:33 pm

We're opening a new office in St. George  Join us in celebrating our newest office in Utah and enjoy snacks, drinks and prize drawing give aways.  We'd love to see you there....  more»

Your Essential Summer Home Maintenance Checklist By Sean Graham

Posted on 15 June 2019 | 10:08 am

Summer's the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors in the Beehive State. But don't neglect your home’s indoor space. Keeping up with simple maintenance chores now will keep the family comfortable this winter. Let's start with your essential summer home maintenance checklist. Interior Fans, Air Conditioning, Furnace It's easy to forget about the equipment making the summer bearable. But a hot Utah summer can put a burden on an older air conditioner. Make sure that your air conditioning unit is up to speed this summer. Clean out the air vents, replace the air filter every month, and look for any cracks or leaks that could need repair. You'll be grateful when next summer rolls around Ceiling fans are also in need of a bit of sprucing up this time of year. Check for any unbalanced fans and tighten any blades mechanisms that are wobbly or have come loose. Dust the top of the fan blades that can accumulate dust after so much use. This is also a great time to have your furnace and air vents cleaned. You’d be amazed at how much dust builds up inside them in a year. You’ll breathe a lot easier this winter. Install Curtains The summer sun can significantly increase your home’s temperature. Installing a curtain to block some of the sunlight can help keep your home cool this summer, and cut down on the electric bill.Blackout curtains are great for kids’ rooms or nurseries, especially during nap time. They’ll also keep the heat in during the winter. Sheer curtains that allow you to view the outdoors are a good compromise and filter out some of the summer heat. Exterior Pressure-Wash Hardscapes Summer is the perfect time to rent or borrow a pressure washer for a day. Blasting off the grime and dirt on outdoor patios, fences and lawn furniture can be both satisfying and cooling in the summer heat. Research which nozzle to use to keep from damaging your home. Your “hardscapes” — concrete, decks, bricks, and walkways — should all stand up well to pressure washing. Depending on their age and condition, home exteriors may also be pr...  more»

June 2019 Events

Posted on 12 June 2019 | 12:32 pm

  June Events Through 9/29: Real Salt Lake, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy  Through 9/2: Salt Lake Bees, Smith's Ballpark, Salt Lake City 6/1: Utah Warriors Rugby, Zions Bank Stadium, Herriman 6/1: 2019 Red Bull 400 Race, Utah Olympic Park, Park City  6/1: SoJo Summerfest, South Jordan City, South Jordan  6/1 - 6/2: Utah Pride Parade and Festival, Washington Square, Salt Lake City 6/1 - 6/2: Singing in the Rain, Egyptian Theatre, Park City 6/1 - 6/2: School of Rock the Musical, Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 6/1 - 6/2: Ogden Music Festival, Fort Buenaventura State Park, Ogden 6/2: Park Silly Opening Day, Historic Main Street, Park City  6/5 - 6/27: Red Butte Concert Series, Red Butte Gardens, Salt Lake City  6/5: The Magic of Dance, Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City  6/7: Historic 25th Street Car Show, Historic 25th Street, Ogden  6/8: The Dirty Dash, Soldier Hollow Legacy Park, Midway  6/8 - 6/9: Ogden Arts Festival, Union Station, Ogden 6/9: Blues, Brews & BBQ, Snowbasin Resort, Huntsville  6/13 - 6/14: Tastemakers, The Gateway, Salt Lake City  6/14 - 6/15: Utah Blues Festival, The Gallivan Center, Salt Lake City  6/14 - 6/15: Kids Adventure Games, Canyons Village, Park City  6/20 - 6/23: Utah Arts Festival, Library Square, Salt Lake City 6/21 - 6/22: 15th Annual World Refugee Day, Big Cottonwood Regional Park, Salt Lake City 6/22: Olympic Day 2019, Utah Olympic Park, Park City 6/22: Savor the Summit, Historic Main Street, Park City  6:28: Last Friday Gallery Stroll, Historic Main Street, Park City  6/28 - 6/29: BDAC Summerfest International, Bountiful City Park, Bountiful  6/28 - 6/29: Buck Wild Rough Stock Challenge, Golden Spike Event Center, Ogden    MORE JUNE EVENTS...  more»

May 2019 Events

Posted on 6 May 2019 | 10:13 am

  May Events Through 9/29: Real Salt Lake, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy  Through 9/2: Salt Lake Bees, Smith's Ballpark, Salt Lake City Through 6/1: Utah Warriors Rugby, Zions Bank Stadium, Herriman 4/12 - 5/4: 2019 Tulip Festival, Thanksgiving Point, Lehi 4/26 - 5/5: Park City Follies, Egyptian Theatre, Park City 4/25 - 5/12: Disney's Aladdin, The Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 5/2 - 5/3: Shen Yun Performing Arts, Browning Center, Ogden  5/2 - 5/5: Soldier Hollow Bike Festival, Legacy Park, Midway  5/9 - 5/11: Heritage Festival 150th Edition, Ogden's Historic 25th St, Ogden 5/10: Train Day, This is the Place Heritage Park, Salt Lake City 5/10: 1869 Golden Spike Celebration, Heber Valley Railroad, Heber City  5/10 - 5/11: Baby Animal Day, USU Botanical Center, Kaysville  5/11: Spring Plant Sale, Red Butte Garden, Salt Lake City  5/11: May Mania Demolition Derby, Golden Spike Event Center, Ogden 5/12: Mother's Day Brunch, Snowbasin, Huntsville  5/12: Mother's Day Brunch, Snowbird Resort, Snowbird 5/15 - 5/18: Magic on the Sidewalk, City of Bountiful, Bountiful  5/16 - 5/19: Herman's Hermits, Egyptian Theatre, Park City 5/18: Ogden Marathon, Ogden City Amphitheater, Ogden 5/18: Running with Ed, Park City 5/24 - 6/2: Singing in the Rain, Egyptian Theatre, Park City 5/28 - 6/2: School of Rock the Musical, Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 5/31: Ogden Music Festival 2019, Fort Buenaventura State Park, Ogden    MORE MAY EVENTS...  more»

April 2019 Events

Posted on 1 April 2019 | 4:40 pm

April Events 10/12 - 4/7: Utah Grizzlies Hockey, Maverik Center, West Valley City 10/17 - 4/10: Utah Jazz Basketball, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City 2/10 - 4/12: Salt Lake Stallions, Rice–Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City 2/17 - 6/1: Utah Warriors Rugby, Zions Bank Stadium, Herriman 2/23 - 4/7: Spring Grüv, Park City Mountain, Park City 3/9 - 9/29: Real Salt Lake, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy  4/4 - 9/2: Salt Lake Bees, Smith's Ballpark, Salt Lake City 4/4 - 4/13: Ogden Restaurant Week, Ogden 4/6: 7th Annual Pond Skim, Snowbasin Resort, Herriman 4/9: Ben Folds with the Utah Symphony, Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City 4/12 - 4/13: 12th Annual Ogden Climbing Festival, The Monarch, Ogden 4/12 - 5/4: 2019 Tulip Festival, Thanksgiving Point, Lehi 4/19 - 4/20: 40th Annual St. George Art Festival, St. George Town Square, St. George 4/25 - 5/12: Disney's Aladdin, The Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 4/29 - 4/20: FanX® Salt Lake Comic Convention™, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City 4/20: Easter Eggstreme, Thanksgiving Point, Lehi 4/26 - 5/5: Park City Follies, Egyptian Theatre, Park City   MORE APRIL EVENTS...  more»

March 2019 Events

Posted on 1 March 2019 | 4:36 pm

March Events 10/12 - 4/7: Utah Grizzlies Hockey, Maverik Center, West Valley City 10/17 - 4/10: Utah Jazz Basketball, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City 1/30 - 3/3: Wicked, Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 2/10 - 4/12: Salt Lake Stallions, Rice–Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City 2/17 - 6/1: Utah Warriors Rugby, Zions Bank Stadium, Herriman 2/23 - 4/7: Spring Grüv, Park City Mountain, Park City 2/27 - 3/9: Shut Up and Dance: Chicago Nights, Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City 3/7 - 3/10: Cirque du Soleil: Crystal, Maverik Center, West Valley City 3/7 - 3/10: Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City 3/11: Wasatch Speaker Series: Julia Gillard, Abravanel Hall, Salt Lake City 3/11: Tori Kelly, The Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City 3/14: The Head and the Heart, Park City Live, Park City 3/16: St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Salt Lake City 3/20: Aziz Ansari: Road to Nowhere, Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City 3/22 - 3/31: Mamma Mia, Egyptian Theater, Park City 3/23: Pink Park City, Canyons Village at Park City Mountain, Park City 3/23: PAC-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championship, Maverik Center, West Valley City 3/30: Parsons Dance, Eccles Center for the Performing Arts, Park City   MORE MARCH EVENTS...  more»

February 2019 Events

Posted on 1 February 2019 | 4:35 pm

February Events 10/12 - 4/7: Utah Grizzlies Hockey, West Valley City 10/17 - 4/10: Utah Jazz Basketball, Salt Lake City 11/16 - 2/24: The Gallivan Center Ice Rink, Salt Lake City 11/16 - 2/3: Station Park Holiday Ice Rink, Farmington 11/17 - 2/23: Cosmic Skating, Utah Olympic Oval 1/24 - 2/3: Sundance Film Festival, Park City 1/30 - 3/3: Wicked, Salt Lake City 2/1 - 2/2: 2019 Wasatch Yeti Bash, Ogden 2/1 - 2/10: FIS World Championship, Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain, and Solitude 2/4: Adam Sandler, Salt Lake City 2/9: It Gets Better Project with San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, Park City 2/14 - 2/17: Legacy Winter Festival, Midway 2/15 - 2/17: Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour, Ogden 2/20: Wasatch Speaker Series: Steve Wozniak, Salt Lake City 2/23 - 4/7: Spring Grüv, Park City Mountain 2/28: MUSE Stimulation Theory Tour, Salt Lake City   MORE FEBRUARY EVENTS...  more»


Posted on 31 January 2019 | 8:35 am

PARK CITY, UT (January 31, 2019) – Storied Deer Valley, LLC, the owner and developer of Talisker Club in Park City, Utah, today announced the acquisition of the historic Coal & Lumber building, with plans to transform it into the newest Talisker Club gathering place, restaurant and lounge.  Plans are underway for the 5,422 square foot building, located at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue, with preliminary concepts including a fine Dining restaurant, a Coffee Shop and Wine Bar and a Member-Only Après Ski Lounge and Patio. The creation of this newest downtown dining and gathering experience is all within easy access to Main Street and Park City Mountain’s Town Lift. Full details remain in process with a planned opening slated for later this summer.  The recent acquisition of the iconic building is part of Storied Deer Valley’s long-term plan to further invigorate the Talisker Club brand. “We are excited to offer both our members and the public a new gathering spot in Downtown Park City,” said Mark Enderle, Storied Development Partner. “This acquisition is another step in continuing to enhance the Talisker Club experience.” In February 2018, Storied Deer Valley acquired Talisker Club, which was comprised of existing fabled venues such as the Talisker Tower Club at Empire Pass, located at Deer Valley Ski Resort®, and Tuhaye, a private golf club overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir with views of Deer Valley. Since the acquisition, Storied Deer Valley has been active in investing and enhancing both the Empire Pass and Tuhaye communities.  About Talisker Club Talisker Club offers the best in four-season mountain living in Park City, Utah, featuring an exclusive one-of-a-kind private club membership with distinctive amenities and outdoor adventures. All highlighted by an incomparable collection of venues – landmark ski-in/ski-out at the Tower Club at Empire Pass at Deer Valley Ski Resort® and signature golf and family amenities at Tuhaye. Talisker Club is being developed and managed through Storied Deer Valley, LLC – a Sto...  more»

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