Comprehensive real estate listings for Utah ski resorts Park City, Deer Valley, Canyons, Alta, Snowbird, Solitude, Brighton, Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, Wolf Mountain, Beaver Mountain, Brian Head and Eagle Point

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Utah Ski Country Real Estate Comparative Statistics: Click here for the latest Utah Ski Country Real Estate Comparative Statistics for the past six months, including Number of Units Sold, Median Sales Price, % of Original Listing Price, Median Price Per Square Foot, and Median Days on the Market. This data is organized by ski resort area.
You can now conduct a comprehensive search for available real estate and properties at or near Utah’s ski resorts and mountain communities on just one website.  And this same site contains a wealth of information on each of the resorts, important factors to consider when buying property or building in an alpine environment, and a full complement of Google maps, mortgage calculators, etc.
Utah Ski Country Homes and Land for Sale has the most comprehensive listing of available properties in Utah’s fabled ski country.  Each listing links to a full page of information and a photo of the property, and then directly to the agent or owner’s contact information.
If you’re searching for real estate, you can conduct in-depth research on numerous properties, their location, and the resorts and communities within a 25 mile radius.  When you also consult Utah Ski Country Real Estate Comparative Statistics, you will have a very complete and detailed take on everything you need to know to make a wise and appropriate decision related to which properties to pursue through the owners or agents.
If you are trying to sell real estate, listing and promoting your property on Utah Ski Country Homes and Land for Sale would be an invaluable sales tool.  The site appears at or near the top of the major search engines and is linked to other key sites those interested in Utah skiing visit in masse, such as Ski Utah and Go Utah.  Many prospective buyers consult this site, and view its listings, as a first step in their property search. 
Statistics from numerous surveys and studies show that each year more and more prospective real estate buyers conduct research on the internet before contacting a real estate agent or the property owner.  When looking for homes, condos, fractional ownerships or land outside their home area, as is the case with many individuals looking to purchase property at or close to a ski resort, this already high percentage rises up dramatically.  One can imagine a day in the not-too-distant future when a web listing is as critical to selling property as a cell phone is to taking calls related to the property you are trying to sell.
Utah ski resort real estate continues to show signs of recovery, although it varies from resort to resort.
It’s still very much a buyer’s market related to Utah ski resort real estate, but the inventory of heavily discounted properties is being depleted and some markets are showing consistent upticks in key statistical measurements.  The Ogden Valley, Brighton/Solitude, Alta/Snowbird and the Salt Lake City bench had the strongest numbers in July in terms of units sold, median price, percentage of sales price to original asking price, and days on the market (Utah Ski Country Real Estate Comparative Statistics).  This trend toward a recovery, with some minor fluctuations, has been consistent over the past couple of months.
Take advantage of the lingering buyer’s market for Utah ski properties, shop for your dream home or lot, and enjoy the numerous activities and events all along the Wasatch front this summer.
According to Ski Utah (comprehensive listing), the following is a sample of what will be available to Utah visitors and residents alike over the late spring and summer months. Each resort website and chambers of commerce have complete listings of events and activities.
Mountain and road biking take center stage along the Wasatch once the skis and boards are put away until next ski season. Midweek MTB is a casual Tuesday night weekly mountain bike racing series held at four venues, and the Mt. Ogden Midweek Race Series at Snowbasin is held each Wednesday starting in June. Annual and special races include the Intermountain Cup at Deer Valley 6/6 and the Mt. Ogden 100K at Snowbasin 8/18. There are also numerous road bike and distance races and relays.
The Wasatch is literally “alive with the sound of music” during the summer months. Deer Valley has multiple concerts each week in their series, featuring such notables as John Fogerty, Earth, Wind and Fire and Kansas, performing with the Utah Symphony, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The Canyons Concert Series is on Saturday evenings, Sundance has the Bluebird Cafe Concert Series, Snowbird the Cool Air Concert Series, and Wolf Mountain has bi-weekly concerts, complete with a spectacular view of the Ogden Valley. Among numerous special concerts are the Utah Symphony performing 6/29 at Sundance and Jazz in July at Snowsbasin, featuring award winning songwriter and performer Anna Wilso on 7/21.
Interested in Theatre? 7 Brides for 7 Brothers will be presented by the Sundance Summer Theatre 7/23-8/18.
Want to be inspired and illuminated by literary discussions? The Sundance Resort presents its’ Author Series each month starting in May.
Runner or Traithlete? There are numerous races and events, from 5 and 10Ks, to full marathons and Olympic distance triathlons. Check schedules online.
Yoga? Alta has the Spring Yoga Retreat 5/25-5/27.
If you or your family like festivals, markets and fairs – again, there are far too many to mention here. A few notables are the Park City Silly Sunday Market and the Park City Farmers Market at the Canyons Resort, held each Wednesday. Ogden, Utah and the Ogden Valley also hold weekly farmer’s markets. Snowbasin holds it annual Octoberfest 8/18 and 8/19, and annual Brewfest 6/16 and 6/17.
News Flash!! has partnered with Ski Utah and is now linked to the home page of the Ski Utah website. The website provides a comprehensive listing of Utah ski resort properties for sale, along with a wealth of information on owning or building in an alpine/mountain environment, google maps, resort information, etc. The go-to site for researching and locating Utah ski property, UtahSkiCountryHomesLand4Sale will now be available through a click to Ski Utah’s 150,000 monthly visitors. And property seller’s will for the first time have a way to advertise their property to these 150,000 visitors.
Ski Magazine Rankings
Ski Magazine ranked Deer Valley as the continent’s #1 ski resort for an unprecedented fifth straight year, Park City #5, and a number of Utah’s other ski areas in the top thirty-five. No other resort had ever won the prestigious top spot more than three years in a row.
The Canyons was awarded the #18 ranking, Snowbird #19, Snowbasin #27, Alta #28, Brighton #29, and Solitude #30. Snowbasin was ranked #2 for food, and Alta was #1 for powder/snow quality, followed closely by Brighton, Snowbird, and Powder Mountain. Park City was also awarded the #1 ranking for family vacations.
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