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Covid19 Update from Summit Sotheby’s

We want to keep you informed on the status of our Summit Sotheby’s Real Estate offices. The State of Utah has announced, beginning Saturday, May 16, 2020, the majority of Utah is shifting from “Moderate Risk” (Orange) to “Low Risk” (Yellow) on the Utah Leads Together plan. However, the State has exempted Summit County, Wasatch County, and Salt Lake City, and allowed those areas to remain at the higher risk level of Orange. The following is how the changes affect our offices: SUMMIT AND WASATCH COUNTY OFFICES Summit County and Wasatch County requested to remain at level Orange based upon testing levels. This request was granted by the State. The proposed Summit County Order moves almost all industries in Summit County to the Orange Level contained in the Utah Leads Together Plan, including real estate. Wasatch County has all industries at level Orange as well. The Orange Level continues to direct companies to have employees and agents work from home unless it is impossible to do so. The new orders do not have additional restrictions on real estate brokerages or agents beyond the standard Orange business restrictions. The only significant change that you should be aware of is that open houses may now be allowed in all counties. However, no agent should conduct an open house unless they are comfortable placing themselves in that situation and their sellers have been fully advised as to the potential risks involved. The State has indicated they will reevaluate this in one to two weeks and believe that both counties may be moved to Yellow status in the very near future. SALT LAKE OFFICE Salt Lake City received an exemption and will also remain at level Orange. No changes have occurred from our previous policy for this area and office. DRAPER OFFICE Draper City has moved to level Yellow. Level Yellow is “Low Risk” and allows for offices to open. Companies are required to comply with social distancing and health guidelines. Based upon this, the Draper office is now open to agents and their assistants for normal use. Staff will continue to work from home until restrictions are lifted for all of Salt Lake County. Contact your Broker for additional information. ST. GEORGE OFFICE St. George has moved to level Yellow. Level Yellow is “Low Risk” and allows for offices to open. Companies are required to comply with social distancing and health guidelines. Based upon this, the St. George office is now open to agents and their assistants for normal use. The office will now be staffed and is open to the public. As indicated above, these changes will take effect for our company beginning May 18, 2020. As a company we want to reiterate the need to protect yourselves, your clients and the public at large. We work in a unique industry in which our clients entrust us with access to their homes. The need to safeguard these homes and our clients remains paramount. Please continue to implement social distancing and health guidelines for showing homes. I am encouraged by the positive step this is for our State and our industry. We look forward to continued positive news in the future and are optimistic that we will have all offices open and fully operational soon. Stay safe, happy, healthy and strong. We hope to see you soon! Peter and Damon

Shelter in Place: A look at home

With the current situation many of us find ourselves in, from self-quarantine to citywide stay-at-home orders, a large portion of the world is now working remotely. Here at Summit Sotheby’s, we too have transitioned our agents and support staff out of the shared, collaborative office spaces we normally work in to our own homes. Though […]

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Old Town Park City Real Estate Report

Thinking of moving to Park City? Or, do you already live here but are thinking of changing neighborhoods? Over the next few weeks, I’ll offer you a neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the real estate market of Park City, Utah. See a neighborhood map of Park City here. The Old Town area of Park City includes the […]

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Glenwild Real Estate Report

Thinking of moving to Park City? Or, do you already live here but are thinking of changing neighborhoods? Over the next few weeks, I’ll offer you a neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the real estate market of Park City, Utah. See a neighborhood map of Park City here. Glenwild is a private, gated golf community situated within […]

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Hot Air Balloon Festival Sept. 16-18

2016 Autumn Aloft Event Info Event Schedule Friday, September 16 Newpark Glow – Approximately 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. Newpark Town Center Saturday & Sunday, September 17 & 18 Main Launch 2530 Kearns BLVD | North 40 Fields, Park City, Utah – Field Access – 7:45 a.m. – Launch Begins Approximately – 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 17 Candlestick […]

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Real Estate Report: The Canyons and The Colony

Thinking of moving to Park City? Or, do you already live here but are thinking of changing neighborhoods? Over the next few weeks, I’ll offer you a neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the real estate market of Park City, Utah. See a neighborhood map of Park City here. The Canyons is one of the hottest areas in […]

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Luxury Dining at a Discount

Park City’s ‘Dine About’ Returns Oct. 1-11th. Park City is a small town known for restaurants that stack up to the big city. You can discover that for yourself this October 1st-11th when the annual ‘Dine About’ returns for the third consecutive year. ‘Dine About’ is a great way to sample some of Park City’s […]

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Park City: Now America’s Largest Ski Resort

If you want evidence that Park City is the place to be, consider this: Vail Resorts recently bought Park City Mountain and has launched a $50 million project to link it with the nearby Canyons Resort in time for the 2015/16 ski season. This makes Park City the beneficiary of the largest capital investment plan […]

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Park City in the Summer!

This article is a great example of why so many come in the winter and stay for the summer! http://www.parkcitymagazine.com/Blogs/Park-City-At-Play/Summer-Fall-2015/24-Hours-of-Park-City/

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