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Realtors Opinion On Zillow

Everybody knows that Zillow is the 800lb Gorilla online, they have a great site and incredible technology.

I asked expert realtors around the country “Do you feel that Zillow will replace real estate agents?”


Larry Lawrence – Squaw Valley Realtor

Team_LarryZillow is being used by some of our clients to search properties.  We work with our clients to help them sort through the data, whether from Zillow or elsewhere.  Our clients still need to get professional assistance in making their decisions to buy or to sell.  Zillow mainly gives a value and features of a property but does not address the variables in property attributes and disclosures.  As a result, buyers and sellers find they may overlook many of these important factors which can impact the value of what they are buying or selling.   Most of the properties in our market have many variables.   In our market, Zillow is useful as a source of information but does not provide the expertise that we offer.


Brad Johnson – Gulf Coast International Properties

87325451Minimal impact from sales perspective (so far) but majority of our buyers use it as a resource (albeit grossly inaccurate). Many believe that sellers will begin leveraging Zillow’s massive distribution to get lower commission rates, whereby seller says put my home on for X and list for 1% and just put on Zillow. Hasn’t happened yet.

 

 


Colleen Olsen- Scottsdale, AZ Realtor

Colleen OlsenI get a lot of clients asking me why I did no show them a home that was on Zillow. I have to look it up and tell them it sold 2 years ago. I have not heard anyone selling their home with Zillow.

 

 

 


Denise Pruitt – Scottsdale, AZ Realtor

Denise PuttOur clients access Zillow to to obtain information and still come to me to ensure accuracy of information. I have my clients set up on search Portals directly from MLS so that the information they receive is both accurate and live to the MLS status.

The biggest complaint from clients are the disparities between what Zillow gives as a market value vs what the actual market value is.

Sometimes it requires extra work on our part to demonstrate what the actual market value is on a home whether it is a buyer or a seller we are dealing with. If the Zestimate is inflated to the actual market value we have to prove that with data. If a home is undervalued, we have to prove that as well. It makes things more complicated when educating the consumer on what is really happening in the market.


 

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5 Reasons to Book a Spring Park City Family Ski Vacation

 

utah_skiSpring ski vacations for the family in Park City are one of the best kept secrets in the mountains—winter doesn’t end here in February.

March and April are filled with sunny ski days, live music, and fun activities to keep every age group entertained.

If a storm hits while you’re here you could ski waist deep snow in the morning and spend your afternoon in a t-shirt enjoying a concert and après treats with the family.

No matter what, you’ll find great deals on lodging and lift tickets at each of the resorts—taking a bite out of the sting of a four or five day trip.

Here are 5 reasons you should book a Park City ski vacation for the family in the spring.
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1. Bluebird Snow Days

You’ll find some of your best skiing days in March and early April. Seriously.

The combination of deep spring storms and warm sunny days makes for a rare experience. You can spend the morning skiing immaculately groomed runs or deep snow and enjoy lunch outside with the family.

No one is going to get too cold and have to go back inside right away and some big snowstorms come through Park City in the spring. It’s hard to believe, but you can easily be skiing waist deep snow the first week of April.

You’ll want to get there early before the snow gets too sticky to ski off trail—it’s well worth the effort.

2. Lodging & Lift Ticket Deals

Most people assume winter ends in February and the resorts offer deals to remind people that  March and April are worth the trip.

You’ll find discounts on lodging and lift tickets all over town in the spring, like the Spring Value Package at Deer Valley Resort® that saves you 20% on lodging and lift tickets.

Park City Mountain Resort offers a spring fling deal where you get your fifth night of lodging and fifth day of skiing for free when you stay and ski four nights.

Canyons offers a similar deal for shorter stays—Ski Free, Stay Free—letting you stay 3 nights at one of the resort lodges and get your fourth night of lodging and fourth day of skiing for free.

3. Live Music Après
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All of the resorts in Park City have fantastic live music at the end of the day on weekends during the month of March. Live music, food, and cocktails in the sun after a day of skiing are one of the best ways to unwind.

It’s also a great way to keep the kids entertained as lots of families will be enjoying the music with yours.

Deer Valley®  transforms the lounge on the second floor of the Snowpark Lodge and brings in acts that will entertain the whole family.

Park City Mountain Resort turns the Payday Deck into the home of their Spring Apres Concert Series from 3-5 p.m. during the month of March into early April. They’ll bring in fun bluegrass bands and other mountain town favorites.

Canyons has some of the biggest and best concerts as part of Spring Gruv—10 days of outdoor events and music to celebrate the sunny days. You’ll even find cowboys, s’mores, and chances to meet the friendly avalanche dogs mixed in with the shows.

4.  Canyons Pond Skimming

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Pond skimming is a ritual in ski towns. One where people dress up in costumes and try to ski or snowboard across a 100-foot pond of water—most of them fall into the icy water. This year, Canyons pond skimming is on March 21st and the skimming begins at 12:00 p.m.

The event is beside Red Pine Lodge, so you’ll need a lift or gondola ticket to watch. This turns into a big party and the crowd gets rowdy so it’s not the best for little ones. It’ll be fun for teenagers and older.

Afterward, a concert starts in the Resort Village to end the day.

 

5.  PCMR Snowasis Carnival

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Park City Mountain Resort has a week-long festival designed specifically for families called Snowasis. It’s filled with après and on-snow activities—like scavenger hunts—to bring in April.

To start, a carnival with face painting, magic, and other entertainment transforms the day on Saturday, March 28th from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Kid-friendly concerts, avalanche dog meet-and-greets, and a movie night are all a part of the fun and games. There’s even a Easter egg hunt on April 5th from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

If you have any questions about setting up and enjoying a spring trip with your family, don’t hesitate to ask. Give me (Scott) a call at 435.901.4309 or email me at maizlish@gmail.com, I’d love to help however I can.

 

 

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Scott’s Park City Property Pick Of The Week

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I wanted to share an interesting investment opportunity with you in Old Town.

North Star is a large duplex that generates strong rental revenue, and unlike a lot of properties in Old Town, is NOT historical. This property can be torn down and re-developed, so no preservation rules means bring your bulldozer.

With the “Vail Effect” in full force, this is a chance to tie up two large lots (70’ x 140’ each) that currently throw off strong rental income.  Then, whenever you are ready, you can build two large homes, spec, custom, your choice! These lots have fantastic views, and are walking distance to Park City Mountain Resort.

Both sides have been rented heavily, and annually gross over $100,000 each. With 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and a 2 car garage on each side, this size property is in high demand for nightly rentals. Owning both sides allows you to rent it as two 4 bedroom homes, or an 8 bedroom compound for large groups and families.

With the current inventory at historic low levels, and the pent up demand for high end homes, this can be a very exciting investment opportunity.

I recently searched the MLS for properties built from 2010 to present that are either actively for sale, under contract, or sold, we only have 16 listings. Of those 16, 7 are sold, and one under contract. Of the remaining 8 that are currently listed for sale, only 2 are ready to be occupied. Everything else is under construction. List price per square foot is at an average of $928 a foot for listed properties, and $923 a foot for sold properties.

Listed at $448 a foot, there is a lot of upside potential here. Please contact me if interested, and I would be happy to tell you more!

Click Here For More information.

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Explore 5 Dream Ski Homes in Park City

What’s better than waking up on a powder day, having breakfast at home with your family, and stepping out your door to ski some fresh powder or immaculately groomed corduroy?

No bumper-to-bumper traffic, just fresh snow and the silence of the mountain.
Not much.

Maybe a glass of scotch or wine in one of these homes at the end of your day.

From 11 bedroom, historic Park City family homes to 10,000 sq ft contemporary mountain sanctuaries, Park City has homes for a variety of dreams.
Explore 5 of the best right here.

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615 Woodside

$5,500,000

6300 sq ft

11 bed, 12 bath

A gorgeous, historic Park City ski home—this 6300 sq ft gem is a dream ski home for large families. With bunks for the kids and grandkids, this 11 bedroom, 12 bathroom home has enough space for everyone. It’s a short walk to PCMR’s Town Lift in the morning and you can ski directly home at the end of the day.

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Right in the heart of Park City on Woodside avenue, the boutiques and restaurants of Historic Main Street are just around the block. Anyone who doesn’t want to ski can spend their days shopping, looking at art, or enjoying the spa. With plenty of entertainment options for every generation, no one will be bored here.

Exclusive Skier’s Paradise

40 Red Cloud

40 Red Cloud

$15,950,000

9693 sq ft

8 bed, 8 bath

This 9693 sq ft home is one of only 30 home sites along the Blue Bell ski run in the exclusive Red Cloud community at the top of Deer Valley Resort®. The Northside Express lift, one of the best on the mountain, is a short way down the slope from your door. Don’t miss breakfast at the Talisker Tower Club before the lifts open—full Talisker membership and amenities are included with this home.
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Get everyone ready in the ski prep room and head out the door for first tracks in the best snow on the mountain. The Northside Express lift is in the north-facing trees where snow stays fresh for days after a storm. After a full day exploring Deer Valley and its amazing lodges, ski home and and relax. Start by entertaining guests with your full bar, game room, and wine cellar—with appetizers or a full meal prepared in the gourmet kitchen. Then, end your day with a relaxing movie in the home theater.

Ski-in/Ski-out Aprés Experience

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3130 Royal #5

$2,995,000

3250 sq ft

4 bed, 5 bath

20 feet from Deer Valley corduroy, this home is one of the best locations in town. It sits on the Success Ski run and enjoys 270 views of the resort. Remodeled in 2011, this immaculate 3250 sq ft home is in a ski-in/ski-out spot that offers one of the best aprés experiences at Deer Valley®.

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Invite your friends to ski over any time of the day and BBQ on the huge deck. While everyone enjoys the 8-person hot tub and views of the resort, others can warm up by one 4 woodburning fireplaces inside the home. Once the resort closes, it’s just a few minute drive to historic Main Street for dinner and live music.

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Idyllic Family Retreat

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$7,950,000

7500 sq ft

5 bed, 8 bath

Seated above some of the best skiing at Deer Valley®, this home is an idyllic retreat for family and friends. Surrounded by pristine forest full of wildlife, the ski run is right out your door.  As soon as you can wake up, have your morning coffee or tea, and get ready in your fully equipped ski room, you can start skiing.

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Begin the day with blue and green runs that the skiers of any level will love(with more snow & challenges hiding in the tree runs). As a Talisker member, you’ll enjoy many amenities on the slopes—like lunch at the Tower Club. Whenever you get tired or too cold, retire to your home and light up the majestic fireplace at the center of your great room. Soak in the floor-to-ceiling views of the mountain while the kids play in the lower level family room. After dinner in the great hall, unwind in your hot tub and get ready for another day on the slopes.

If you’d like to see one of these homes or need assistance locating your perfect dream home email me – maizlish@gmail.com or call (435)901-4309.

 

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Escape Park City: A Breathtaking Weekend in Zion National Park

Zion_angels_landing_viewSometimes you need to escape Park City for a long weekend and Zion National Park is a breathtaking natural wonder within easy reach. When spring weather starts to creep into Park City, you’ll find sublime 70 degree days waiting for you in Zion’s towering canyons.

It’s only a 5-hour drive from Park City to some of the world’s best hiking, canyoneering, backpacking, horseback riding, climbing, and fly fishing in Zion. You could even take a 1-hour flight from Salt Lake City International to St. George’s municipal airport and make a short drive by rental car.

The park is located just outside the town of Springdale and you won’t even have to rough it (unless you want to). Stay on a luxurious ranch just outside the park, in a full-service spa, or experience one of the most unique lodges in the country—Zion Lodge—in the center of the park. Once you’re there, you can easily spend 2-3 days exploring the wonders of Zion.

Here’s some helpful info on Zion National Park, my favorite places to stay, and details on the hikes and natural wonders inside of Zion.

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Named one of the 20 prettiest towns in the United States by Forbes Traveler, Springdale is the gateway to Zion. With fantastic dining, art galleries, and full-service spas it even provides plenty of entertainment for anyone who simply wants to gaze at the wilderness from the hot tub.

Surrounded by the towering sandstone walls of Zion, it’s a quick transition from town to an adventure of a lifetime. You can easily spend the day hiking or horseback riding through the Wild West and be back for dinner and a massage before bed.

Where to Stay

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Zion might be in the desert but it’s an international destination and there are many comfortable lodging options. Finding Wi-Fi access and amenities that rival Park City are easy. If you’re looking for the most unique experiences in the area, these are my three favorite places to stay.

Zion Mountain Ranch: Slow down and reconnect with nature at this premier Zion resort. With everything from private cabins for couples to a luxurious 3,000 square foot lodge with a private massage room and sauna, the ranch has plenty of options. The Buffalo Grill, is their delicious farm-to-table experience that changes with the season and guided horseback tours leave right from the ranch.

Flanigan’s Inn: With a full-service spa, yoga, pilates, and meditation, this is the best place in Zion to balance mind, body, and spirit. Flanigan’s has options from standard rooms to a 1,450 square foot private villa with a fully equipped kitchen. With a casual american bistro, Spotted Dog Cafe, serving gourmet dinners, the only reason you’ll have to leave is to adventure in the park.

Zion Lodge: The only place to stay inside the boundaries of Zion National Park, Zion Lodge makes it possible to roll out of bed and step onto the trails. Its 76 hotel rooms, six suites, and 40 historic cabins are one of the most unique ways to experience the park. Red Rock Grill and the Castle Dome Cafe offer great dining options for the whole family. Remember to make reservations for dinner.

Zion National Park
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Utah’s first national park is home to 229 square miles of mysterious slot canyons, hanging gardens, towering sandstone cliffs, and myriad wildlife. You can spend days exploring Main Canyon or plan the backpacking trip of a lifetime through The Narrows. If you’re exploring for a weekend, there are plenty of short and long hikes to satisfy your need for adventure.

Bring plenty of water with you whenever you go for a hike. This environment is dry and unforgiving and staying hydrated will make your whole trip more enjoyable. Some of the hikes, like Angel’s Landing, require 2-3 liters of water and plenty of calories per person, so plan accordingly. A day pack to carry sunscreen, lunch, cameras, and anything else you might need is ideal for everyday use.

Read and follow the park’s safety guidelines and ask park rangers if you have any questions. Even though you’re in a national park, it’s wild country.

Easy Hikes in Zion
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These hikes can be done in an hour or less and are great opportunities to get up close to some breathtaking arches.

Lower Emerald Pools: 1.2 miles round trip. This is a beautiful and easy hike that winds along the Virgin River and takes you to magical hanging gardens. It’ll take you an hour or less, depending on how fast you go.

The Grotto Trail:  1 mile round trip. This easy hike connects the Zion Lodge to The Grotto and takes 30 minutes—you can always add Lower Emerald Pools or Kayenta Trail for a longer, 2.5-mile loop.

Archeology Trail: 0.4 miles round trip. This trail is short, but steep and takes you to the outlines of some prehistoric buildings. Lined with trailside exhibits, this is an easy, 30 minute- hike from the visitor center.

Challenging Hikes
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These longer hikes require an adventurous spirit, lots of water, sunscreen, and knowledge of weather conditions—but they’re worth it.

Watchman Trail: This 2.7-mile round trip hike takes about two hours and is worth the view at the end. With moderate drop-offs along the trail, you’ll have to be careful, but it’s nowhere near as exposed as hikes like Angel’s landing. At the end, you’re greeted with a breathtaking view of the Towers of the Virgin and lower Zion Canyon.

Angel’s Landing: A strenuous 4.8-mile round trip hike that can take 3-6 hours. This is the premier hike in the canyon but it’s not for anyone with a fear of heights, a tendency to lose their balance, or kids who run around out of control. There are long drop-offs along the trail. The last 500 feet of the hike follows a narrow spine of rock lined with plenty of chains and guardrails to keep you safe, but a fall here can easily have fatal consequences. Angel’s Landing is steep, with 1,500 feet of elevation gain. There is little shade along the trail. Bring plenty of water and pack a lunch to eat at the top.

Bottom of The Narrows (Temple of Sinawava): This is a 9.4-mile hike that leads to the bottom of one of the most amazing sights in the world. The Narrows is a stunning canyon with walls that tower for hundreds of feet into the sky. This is an 8-hour hike that requires plenty of water and food. You’ll end up in the river that carves the canyon so wear appropriate footwear, check the weather, and know what you’re getting yourself into.


Other Activities
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Hiking is a popular activity in the park but there are plenty of others and here are some of my favorites.

Canyoneering: Up for a life-changing adventure? A full day with Zion Rock Guides will have you rappelling 180 feet into gorgeous slot canyons, swimming through pills of water, and down-climbing obstacles.

Fly Fishing: Fremont River Guides will show you where to fish, know what flies to use, and save you a lifetime of learning so you can catch fish away from the crowds.

Horseback Riding: A wonderful way to spend the day exploring with the family, Canyon Rides, will guide you through the wonders of Zion for an hour or half a day.

Zion National Park is just one of the many places to escape to from Park City. It’s one of the most beautiful and the most popular. Make sure you book your lodging before you leave because town can fill up quickly.

If you have any questions about the area, other places to stay, or other activities give me (Scott) a call at 435.901.4309 or email me at maizlish@gmail.com and I’ll be happy to help you.

 

 

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Get A Great Pinebrook Home Before It Hits the MLS

Recently, I listed a home in Lower Pinebrook that has yet to hit the market, here is a great open

The home is a little over 4000 square feet with 5 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, flat driveway,  large lower level, and many more great features. The current owners have landscaped the entire property so you have a very colorful and inviting yard in the summertime. This home is a great opportunity in the Boothill area of Pinebrook, and a great family neighborhood. You will enjoy being very close to shopping, restaurants, schools, and very quick commute to Salt Lake City or Main Street, and the ski resorts.

Currently, I do not have photos as the sellers are prepping the home for sale, listing it at a very realistic price. If you wish to inquire about this home before it hits the open market, please call me at 435.901.4309

 

Park City Market Statistics Just A Click Away

A new feature on my website is the interactive Park City Market Update Page

This tool is a very easy to use interface that pulls data directly from the mls on a quarterly basis, allowing you to research Park City Market Segments very easily. You can select a property type, Single Family, Condominium, or Vacant Land, and then just pick which area you would like to view statistics for. The data provides a historical view back to 2010.

Click Here For Park City Market Statistics

As always, if you need more specific data on any area, or period of time, price range, etc., please just contact me, and I would be happy to provide it to you.


Here is a screenshot of how the data is presented to you.

Park City Market Report

 

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Increase Your Real Estate Listing Views With One Simple Trick!

How many times have we heard pricing described as $99.99, 999.99, or $1,999,990? Its all over the place, and we have all grown up being bombarded with the psychology of being told $999.99 is LESS that $1,000.00

In today’s world, almost every real estate showing starts out with an online search, to be followed up a visit to the property, should the online tour past muster.

In a sampling of all currently listed homes in the Park City Limits, there are 127 homes on the market, and I found 26 listings priced with what I call the “just under” strategy.  There is one in particular that is listed at $899,999,  juuuuust under $900,000!

My point is that in todays world, the major property search portals, examples being Zillow, Trulia, and the New York Times, all use drop down lists for pricing.

In the examples below, I selected the minimum price in the drop down menu on all three sites, and they all offer the same choice.  $100,000, 200,000, $1 Million, $2 Million, etc.


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In all three of these examples, our subject property listed at $899,999 was on MLS. If a buyer selects a price range of $900,000 and up, our subject property would not be visible to a buyer! It would only be seen if a buyer had selected up to $900,000!

So, by pricing the property at $900,000 instead of $899,999, you will be shown in a search with $900,000 as the maximum price, AND a search when $900,000 is the minimum price!

When we discuss listing your property for sale, lets focus on an even number to maximize your page views, and increasing the number of buyers viewing your home!

Call me or email me today if you have any questions, and I hope you enjoyed the short video.

Scott Maizlish
435.901.4309
maizlish@gmail.com

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50 Million Dollar Park City and Canyons Link Revealed

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This is what Park City NEEDS!!! For years, the epic terrain off of Motherlode Chair has been seldom skied due to the old fixed grip 3 person chair. Honestly, you would feel yourself grow older on this chair! With the high speed 8 pax chair connecting Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort, along with a new restaurant, Park City will continue to become the top skier destination in North America.

Park City Mountain resort has been neglected for too many years, and I am personally excited to see Vail come in and maximize the potential of the terrain. PRAY FOR SNOW!!!

Read more here.

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What You Need to Know About Park City Ski Resort 2014 Opening Days

B2u5ayAIMAAveyzThe whole country is freezing and Park City’s ski resorts are prepping for their 2014 season opening days. Our last storm didn’t bring as much as Lancaster, New York is getting right now, but the snow guns are blowing and more of Utah’s champagne powder is in the forecast.

PCMR opens up this Saturday Nov. 22nd, Canyons the following Friday Nov. 28th, and Deer Valley Resort® opens Saturday Dec 6th. Now that Vail operates PCMR and Canyons, you can attend both if you have your Epic Pass. It’s only available until November 23rd, so make sure you get yours if you want one.

If you have the Epic Local Pass, Canyons opening day is blacked out Friday and Saturday (Sunday is fair game) because it’s a holiday weekend, but you can ski or snowboard at PCMR if you want to get some turns in and warm up your legs.

Here are the Park City resorts and what you need to know about their 2014 opening days.

 

 

Park City Mountain Resort

2014 Opening Day: Saturday, November 22nd

1383865_10152516295594226_691324454911259446_nThe lifts start spinning at 9:00 a.m. Park City Mountain Resort this Saturday and it looks like a solid snowstorm will show up for 2014 opening day. There will be no night skiing until December 26th, so don’t plan on that. They aren’t sure which runs will be open, but you can expect a typical small opening of a few runs, like you get at most resorts. Last chair is at 4:00 p.m.

New this season, is the ability for Epic Pass holders to ski and snowboard at PCMR. This is sure to increase the crowd so make sure to get here early so that you can find parking. There are Facebook rumors about free PCMR swag being handed out on opening day (t-shirts, beanies, etc.) confirmed by their social media team so be on the look-out. They didn’t say which specific items they’d be handing out so I don’t know exactly what you can expect.

Check out the snow report and lift status here when you wake up if you want to see what lifts are open and how much new snow is on the ground.

Canyons Resort

2014 Opening Day: Friday, November 28th

10389174_10152815585307192_8411542962961052785_nCanyons 2014 opening day is the Friday after Thanksgiving and the lifts start spinning at 9:00 a.m. There’s no confirmation of what lifts will be open, but it’ll probably be Saddleback and High Meadow as usual. With a snowstorm on the way, they may be able to open Doc’s Run early, but I wouldn’t count on it. Last chair is at 4:00 p.m.

If you have the normal Epic Pass you’re free to ski or snowboard on Friday and Saturday. Epic Local pass holders need to remember that their passes are blacked out on Friday and Saturday because it’s a busy holiday weekend—but you’re free to ride on Sunday.

Wake up early to check out the Canyons snow and weather report page for snowfall and lift status.

 

Deer Valley Resort®

2014 Opening Day: Saturday, December 6th

560205_10152445943338314_483992767159929452_nDeer Valley Resort® has a big 2014 opening day planned on Saturday, December 6th. The lifts start up at 9:00 a.m. and their 23rd Annual Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest, benefiting Waterkeeper Alliance kicks off at 10:30 a.m. Festivities include a Pro-Am race with celebrities, olympians, and sponsors carving the slopes at noon on Birdseye ski run near Silver Lake. Last chair is at 4:15 p.m.

You can find out more about the Celebrity Skifest events here. There’s a chance they’ll sell out of lift tickets because of this special event on opening day and an early season number of available runs, so be sure to get your guaranteed passes here.

Find out how much snow has fallen, if there is any new snow, and what lifts are open right here

 

If you have any questions about opening day at any of the resorts, don’t hesitate to ask. Give me (Scott) a call at 435.901.4309 or email me at maizlish@gmail.com, I’d love to help however I can.

 

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Two Great Cabins For Sale In Promontory with Big Incentives!

It’s Been a while since I blogged about some great properties, so here are two Trappers Cabins that allow nightly rentals.

There are some great developer incentives for you to take advantage of, especially on these two trapper cabins.
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Promontory has already outsold there 2013 number and the future continues to look bright out there. The Nicklaus Clubhouse is under construction, and there are endless amenities for you to enjoy if you invest in Promontory.One will be completed by end of year, and the other shortly after. Each of them are 4 Bed 4 Bath Cabins with 2731 Square feet.

Here are the current Incentives:

Both will include a Full Golf Or Social membership—buyer picks.

Effective immediately, any buyer who closes by 12/31/14 on either of the theseTrapper Cabin specs (37-38)

Buyers will receive the following buyer incentive:

  • 2 years free golf dues with full golf membership
  • Or, 3 years of free membership dues with a social membership
  • There is also a $1000 F&B Club Credit if membership is activated at closing.

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