- Total number of sales up 11% compared to this date last year: highest number of first quarter sales since 2007. Total sales volume up 11% compared to last year. .. Read More
- Market is highly segmented. Primary homes under $800,000 within the Park City school district are seeing multiple offers. Buyers value top condition, ... Read More
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Park City Real Estate - Market Statistics 2013 / 2014
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Highlights - 2013 Year, 2014 Q1
Total number of sales up 11% compared to this date last year: highest number of first quarter sales since 2007. Total sales volume up 11% compared to last year. Inventory down 2% from this time last year.
HOWEVER median prices for greater Park City have increased only 2% from last year, and are still well below market high in 2007.
Present Market Overview
Our real estate market is highly segmented. While the overall market median prices are up 2% in the past 12 months, specific segments diverge substantially from this average. In the Old Town area, condo sale were up 41% in number but the median price in condos fell by 22% At the very same time, single family homes in the very same geographic area rose by 63% median sales price. Same area, same time period, condos decreased and homes increased, both substantially.
Bank-owned listings are now below 2% of the market.Distressed properties sold for only 2% below market transactions, significantly lower than national averages.
With 1940 listed properties, our inventory is slightly up from the last quarters. The number of closed sales is the highest for a first quarter since 2007. Surprisingly, with Park City real estate showing a total dollar volume at $327 million (an 11% increase over Q1 of 2013), and inventory still low, median prices have risen only 2% in the past year, and still are well below 2007 record high.
A Bit More Detail
Single family homes: After a slow start of SF home sales in January and February, March sales were the highest since 2007, for a total of 159 closed home sales Q1. The most active areas were the Snyderville Basin, Park Meadows, Old Town within the Park City area, and the Jordanelle area.
Outstripping SF sales were condo sales, with large percentage increases. Old Town had a record number of sales, although prices sat steady. The largest increase in condo sales is the Jordanelle area. The rising number of condo sales outside the City Limits is related to the existence of newer properties, with lower HOA fees and lower prices.
Market is highly segmented. Primary homes under $800,000 within the Park City school district are seeing multiple offers. Buyers value top condition, views, newer construction, large windows,, open floor plans. Land is getting very scarce. Sales are increasingly occurring all over the map, both in geography and in pricing. Second home owners are increasing their searches to consider neighborhoods which historically have seen only primary home owners, such as Park Meadows and Mountain Ranch.
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PARK CITY / DEER VALLEY REAL ESTATE - STATISTICS
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