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.
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THE NEWS The summer real estate sales season kicked off in Utah’s ski country with new benchmarks in units sold, median sales price, and fewest-days-on-the-market in a number of resort area markets.
In the Little Cottonwood Canyon/Alta and Snowbird market, the median days-on-the-market in June for dropped to a six-month low of 27 days. Big Cottonwood Canyon’s Brighton and Solitude market also had a six month low in this category, dropping to only 22 days.
At the Canyons, which will be connected to Park City’s ski resort next season by a lift now under construction, the median price of properties sold in May jumped to a high of $725,000.
The Ogden Valley, home to Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley, saw the number of units sold reach a six month high of 20 and the median price-per -square-foot a high of $140.00. This is still less than half the comparable price-per-square foot price in the Park City/Deer Valley and Canyons markets. Great value in this market!
Just over the pass from the Ogden Valley, along the Ogden bench and Mountain Green, units sold also reached a six month high of 74, and the median price of units sold increased to $204,000, almost twice what they were in this same market in January. Snowbasin is a 15 minute drive from many areas of the Ogden bench.
You can peruse all the statistics referenced above and many more at Utah Ski Country Comparative Statistics.
In other news, Vail Resorts, who recently acquired what was Park City Mountain Resort, announced the name will change to Park City Mountain.