Inventories of single-family homes in Park City, Utah are nearly at a historic low. In many areas there is less than six months of available single-family homes on the Park City MLS. Homes in many areas, during the previous six months are selling quickly and if you are interested in owning a home you need to act fast.
The following is a snapshot of the current single-family home real estate market as it stands today (9/26/2013):
If you are looking for a home for sale in Old Town, Prospector, Silver Springs or other areas in the Snyderville Basin you need to be on top of the market. However, if you are looking for a ski property in Deer Valley or the Canyons areas, were sales are slower, the inventories are bucking the current trend. Whatever the trend, if you are interested in Park City real estate, wouldn’t it be great if you were alerted if a home that could interest you became available?
Team Schlopy is happy to provide a tool to alert you when a new home hits the market on the Park City MLS.
www.ParkCityHomesNow.com is, we feel, the best tool for buyers interested in Park City, Utah real estate to search for homes, condominiums or land in the Park City area.
If you are interested in selling your Park City home, condominium or land, the 2012 Profile of Buyers and Sellers prepared by the National Association of REALTORS shows that buyers are using the Internet to search for the home you are selling.
The Home Search Process
• for 41 percent of home buyers, the first step in the
home-buying process was looking online for properties,
and 11 percent of home buyers first looked online for
information about the home buying process.
• the use of the internet in the home search rose slightly
to 90 percent, and for buyers under the age of 44 this
share increased to 96 percent.
• Real estate agents were viewed as a useful information
source by 87 percent of buyers who used an agent while
searching for a home.
• the typical home buyer searched for 12 weeks and
viewed 10 homes