Getting the Most Out of Your Deer Valley Real Estate

Written by Posted On Thursday, 18 February 2016 10:20

If you have purchased real estate in Deer Valley, you have invested in one of the most sought-after properties in the nation, no matter whether you will use it for a principal residence, a rental or as an investment. You can get the most out of your Deer Valley property in the following ways.

Principal Residences

Living in Deer Valley might just be one of the most scenic spots in the country. Residents enjoy the backdrop of the Wasatch Mountain Range and the Park City ski resort. This top-notch facility offers prime skiing, often included in lists of the best skiing in the nation. Previously a host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, Deer Valley still boasts regular competitive and international skiing events. However, residents are welcome to enjoy the slopes as well and might catch glimpses of celebrities who flock to the hills. If you’re not too worn out from tackling the slopes all day, take a stroll along Main Street in Park City. The neighboring St. Regis Resort has numerous upscale shops, boutiques and fine dining along with free ski valets and parking shuttles.

If you plan to live in Deer Valley with children, take advantage of local activities geared toward youngsters. For the convenience of residents and guests alike, Deer Valley offers childcare year-round. If your child is ready to tackle the slopes, he will want to learn with trained instructors at a facility with a low teacher-to-child ratio. When the snow melts and the weather warms up, the Summer Adventure Camp programs include fuzzy friends for your child to meet. Your child will learn as he or she is entertained through community projects, scavenger hunts and nature studies.


With the high traffic of the skiers and other winter sports, your Deer Valley real estate will serve as prime rental property. Instead of looking for long-term renters to live there year-round, you might consider raising your rental prices and offering your property for short-term stays instead. You can take advantage of peak ski season, attracting those who might want to rent an apartment, condo or a house for anywhere ranging from a few days to a month. In addition to options close to town, choose from property at the base, mid-mountain or at upper-mountain levels.


In addition to homes, condos or apartments, you might investigate other options for investment properties:

  • Lots – Build your own home from the ground up to your specifications. Options include ski in ski out lots, but other properties boast easy access to the slopes via the shuttle or a short walk.
  • Condo hotels – These upgraded condos include wonderful amenities, such as a swimming pool, spa, front desk staff, meetings spaces and restaurants.

Whichever option you choose, you will find upscale amenities just outside your front door.

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Brad Jensen

Brad Jensen has been in the Real Estate market since 1988. He is one of the most respected agents in the Park City, Utah area and would love to assist you in selling your home or buying a new home. Jensen and Company is here to help make your life easier as you follow your goals and dreams. Our blog has lots of great information and education to help you learn more about the Park City Real Estate market. Please contact us if you have any questions, we would be happy to assist you.

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