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Summer Events at Canyons Village

Posted on 15 June 2018 | 10:01 am

  Canyons Village has an exciting summer calendar planned Below are some highlights on upcoming events, activities, and transit over the next month or so. For more info on events, golf, transportation, and development, please the Canyons Village site here.  Canyons Village Summer Activities Open June 15 Park City Mountain has started spinning the lifts again for cross-country mountain biking, zip lines, hiking, family activities, and more. Summer activities began on May 25th at the Park City Mountain Village and begin on Friday, June 15th at Canyons Village. Canyons Village activities will include summer zip tour adventures, scenic gondola rides, lift-serviced cross-country mountain biking, hiking, Canyons Golf, and miniature golf. More information can be found here. Canyons Golf  Canyons Golf opened on May 25th and 2018 summer season passes are on sale now. For more info or to book tee times, please click here. Summer events begin with the July 3rd Celebration and Fireworks Start your July 4th holiday one day early with FREE live music, kid-friendly activities, and a grand fireworks display. Pack up a blanket and a picnic basket, lay out on the lawn and enjoy the evening with friends and family. The event begins at 5:00 pm with DJ Velvet and kids’ activities, followed by an outdoor concert by The Number Ones. The grand fireworks show will go off at approximately 9:30 pm via Willow Draw.  Summer Concert Series The free concerts begin on Thursday, July 5th with Johnny Neel & Bryon Friedman. Johnny Neel, born blind, musically gifted, and overflowing with soul, is best known for his songwriting, stage, and session work for The Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule, and Dickey Betts. Local musician, ski racer, and businessman, Bryon Friedman has formed a soulfully inspiring friendship and musical collaboration with Neel. The first Saturday concert begins on Saturday, July 7th with Wild Belle. Chicago natives and brother-and-sister duo Wild Belle make folk, dance, reggae, and psychedelic rock-tinged indie pop. Concerts will run weekly through Saturday, September 1st, however, there will be no concerts on Thursday, July 19th, Thursday, August 9th, or Saturday, August 25th due to private group and conference activities.  Tour of Utah: August 10-11 Canyons Village will play host to the start of Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah on Saturday, August 11th, as well as the start of The Ultimate Challenge. There will also be a free pre-race kick-off party on Friday, August 10th. With two races on Saturday morning, plus kid’s bike races, face painting, and birds of prey demonstrations, this will be a great weekend for everyone. The final day of racing, Stage 6, will start and finish on Sunday, August 12th on Historic Main Street.  Summer Transportation See attached for Park City Transit’s 2018 summer schedule. More transportation info can be found here. These routes went into effect Friday, June 8th. And as a reminder, the Park City and Summit County E-Bike Share Program is in full effect with a large stop at Canyons Village Transit Hub.  Current Development Updates As Canyons Village continue to expand, please visit the Development page for the most updated information....  more»

June 2018 Events

Posted on 4 June 2018 | 10:13 am

JUNE EVENTS 3/3 - 10/21: Real Salt Lake, Sandy 4/1 - 9/3: Salt Lake Bees, Salt Lake City Sundays, 6/3 - 9/23: Park Silly Sunday Market, Park City 6/1: Historic 25th Street Car Show, Ogden 6/1 - 6/3: Ogden Music Festival, Ogden 6/1 - 6/11: 2018 Uintah County Fair, Vernal 6/2 - 6/3: 2018 Utah Pride Festival, Salt Lake City 6/2 : Utah Lake Festival, Provo 6/4: STYX with Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, West Valley City 6/6: Zoo Brew, Salt Lake City 6/7 - 6/9: Uintah County Fair, Vernal 6/9 - 6/10: Snowbird's 10th Annual Brewfest, Snowbird 6/9 - 6/10: Ogden Arts Festival, Ogden 6/10: Steely Dan with the Doobie Brothers, West Valley City 6/15: Deer Valley® Resort Opens Summer Operations, Deer Valley®​ Resort 6/15 - 6/17: 2018 Park City Kids Adventure Games, Park City 6/16: Savor the Summit, Park City 6/16: Kesha and Macklemore, West Valley City 6/16: Utah Blues Festival, Salt Lake City 6/16 - 6/24: Pleasant Grove 2018 Strawberry Days, Pleasant Grove 6/17: Father's Day at Snowbird, Snowbird 6/19: Chicago and REO Speedwagon, West Valley City 6/20 - 6/23: 2018 Strawberry Days Rodeo, Pleasant Grove 6/21 - 6/24: 2018 Utah Arts Festival, Salt Lake City 6/22 - 6/24: Bonanza Campout Music Festival 2018, Heber City 6/23: Ron White, Salt Lake City 6/23 - 6/24: 2018 Park City SUP Festival​, Heber City 6/28: Kenny Chesney with Old Dominion, West Valley City 6/30: Vans Warped Tour 2018, West Valley City 6/30: Kevin Hart: The Irresponsible Tour, Salt Lake City 7/2 -7/4: Western Stampede Rodeo, West Jordan 7/2 - 7/4: Freedom Days, Provo   MORE JUNE EVENTS...  more»

The 2019 FIS World Championships are headed to Utah

Posted on 1 June 2018 | 9:27 am

  The 2019 FIS World Championships are headed to Utah  The world’s best snowboard, freeski, and freestyle athletes are headed to Utah next February for the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle & Freeski World Championships. Three of Utah’s world-renowned resorts - Park City Mountain, Deer Valley®​ Resort, and Solitude Mountain Resort - will play host to what is expected to be the strongest World Championships ever, attracting over 700 athletes from 36 nations. Utah will showcase a record 15 World Championship medal events over 10 days. They will be held on seven different competition venues at the three resorts. Two events will be contested for the first time at World Championships, big air skiing and team aerials, following approvals this past week by the FIS Congress. It will be the largest international event in Utah since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.“Our objective with the FIS World Championships is to bring the very best athletes in the world to Utah and show them a great celebration of sport,” said organizing committee chair Calum Clark of U.S. Ski & Snowboard. “This has been a true community event with outstanding partnership from the resorts and organizations like the Park City Chamber/Bureau and Utah Sports Commission.” “Utah’s Olympic legacy venues continue to showcase the highest level of sport 16 years later,” said Clark. “With a schedule featuring strong weekend events and 40 of our schedule under the lights, it’s a great opportunity for fans to see the best athletes in the world compete.”A detailed schedule of starting times will be announced later. Every event will be broadcast live to the world with a domestic schedule to be released this fall. Additional information can be found at 2019 World Championships // Schedule of Events:  Friday, February 1 Snowboardcross, Solitude Mountain Resort Saturday, February 2 Skicross, Solitude Mountain Resort Opening ceremony, big air skiing and fireworks, Canyons Village at Park City Mountain (night)  Sunday, February 3 Team snowboardcross, Solitude Mountain Resort Monday, February 4 Parallel giant slalom snowboard, Park City Mountain  Tuesday, February 5 Parallel slalom snowboard, Park City Mountain Big air snowboarding, Canyons Village at Park City Mountain (night)  Wednesday, February 6 Slopestyle skiing, Park City Mountain Freestyle aerials, Deer Valley® Resort (night)  Thursday, February 7 Freestyle team aerials, Deer Valley® Resort (night)  Friday, February 8 Halfpipe snowboarding, Park City Mountain Freestyle moguls, Deer Valley® Resort (night)  Saturday, February 9 Halfpipe skiing, Park City Mountain Dual moguls, Deer Valley® Resort (night)  Sunday, February 10 Slopestyle snowboarding, Park City Mountain Closing street party and concert, Historic Main Street, Park City (night)...  more»

Tour of Utah Stage 5 Starts at Canyons Village

Posted on 18 May 2018 | 1:15 pm

TOUR OF UTAH AT CANYONS VILLAGEFRIDAY, AUGUST 10TH – SATURDAY, AUGUST 11TH, 2018   About the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah (TOU), referred to as “America’s Toughest Stage RaceTM,” is a week-long, professional cycling stage race for the best men’s teams in the world. The 2018 event will be held Aug. 6-12. Now in its 14th year, the event was elevated in 2015 as a 2.HC-rated UCI stage race, making it one of the premier events in North America. The 2017 Tour of Utah covered 605 miles of racing and 36,525 feet of climbing with Rob Britton of Rally Cycling winning the overall title. The Tour of Utah attracted a record attendance of 400,000 spectators and generated over $23 million in revenue for the state in 2017. The Tour of Utah is owned by Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment. Tour of Utah // Canyons Village: August 10-11 New this summer, Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain on Saturday, August 11 and finish at Snowbird Resort. The Tour of Utah is a seven-day, world-class professional cycling race along the scenic byways of Utah and attracts worldwide attention as the top international cycling event that follows the Tour de France. Canyons Village will host the Tour of Utah‘s Ultimate Challenge Kick-Off Party and Meet & Greet on Friday, August 10. Stage 5 of the race will start the following morning. As part of Stage 5, the Tour of Utah also offers a mass participation Grand Fondo – the Ultimate Challenge. This unique opportunity allows participants to ride the exact Stage 5 route as the pros, with a 4-hour head start, as well as offering riders a great spot to watch the finishing sprints of Stage 5 at Snowbird Resort. Friday, August 11: TOU Ultimate Challenge Kick-Off Party 12:00pm – 8:00pm : Racer packet pickup in Canyons Village 6:00pm – 8:00pm : Free Party with a free concert, food and beverage and other activities Saturday, August 11: Ultimate Challenge and Stage 5 Starts in Heart of Canyons Village 7:30am : Start of Ultimate Challenge 8:00am – 10:00am : Free kids’ activities: kids’ bike race, chalk art, face painting, “athlete alley” 10:00am : VIP Hospitality at The Farm Restaurant 11:30am : Start of Stage 5 6:00pm : Free Canyons Village concert w/ Aaron Lee Tasjan (Blues, Rock, Country, Americana)   Make it a Weekend: Stay with us and watch Stage 6 on Historic Main St. on Sunday, Aug. 12 More information about the Tour of Utah, host venues and professional teams can be found by visiting, as well as social channels Facebook (tourofutah), Twitter (tourofutah), Instagram (thetourofutah) and YouTube (tourofutah). Original blog post: Apex Blog: Tour of Utah Stage 5 Starts at Canyons Village    ...  more»

Q1 2018 Wasatch Back Market Report

Posted on 3 May 2018 | 9:58 am

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Q1 2018 Wasatch Front Market Report

Posted on 3 May 2018 | 9:55 am

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May 2018 Events

Posted on 30 April 2018 | 10:26 am

MAY EVENTS 3/3 - 10/21: Real Salt Lake, Sandy 4/1 - 9/3: Salt Lake Bees, Salt Lake City 4/26 - 5/5: 2018 Tulip Festival​, Thanksgiving Point 5/3: The Eagles, Salt Lake City 5/5: Salt Lake City Open Streets 2018, Salt Lake City 5/9: PNK Beautiful Trauma World Tour, Salt Lake City 5/16: Stars on Ice, Salt Lake City 5/19: Lantern Fest 2018, Tooele 6/1: Historic 25th Street Car Show, Ogden 6/2 - 6/3: 2018 Utah Pride Festival, Salt Lake City 6/1 - 6/3: Ogden Music Festival, Ogden 6/1 - 6/11: 2018 Uintah County Fair, Vernal   MORE MAY EVENTS...  more»

Five Ways Homeowners Can Boost The Value Of Their Home

Posted on 16 April 2018 | 10:18 am

  When contemplating home upgrades or preparing your home for sale, it helps to identify the renovation projects that not only look good but will boost the value of your home at the same time. Overall, potential buyers are drawn to newer, cleaner, refreshed properties. Here are the five tried and true ways homeowners can boost the value of their home.Freshen Up the PaintThis may seem like a no-brainer, but a fresh coat of paint will always make a home feel updated and renewed. Modern, current paint colors can have a vast effect on a home’s appeal. Whites, greys, light blues, and sage-greens are in-style for 2018 and can give your home an updated feel. Contemporary, neutral paint can also give potential buyers the ability to see themselves living in the home.Update the WindowsNatural light enhances ambiance and updating windows can boost a home’s value. Homes that feature 70’s style round, half-moon, or hexagon shaped windows may cause buyers to contemplate pricey renovations or will turn them off from the home completely. Additionally, if your windows are old, drafty, or fog up due to failing seals, fixing these problems will increase the value. Updating window coverings from heavy drapery to hidden or electronic shades can go a long way in adding value and a contemporary feel to the home. Lastly, adding windows to increase natural light can improve a home’s value.Renew Kitchens and Bathrooms When it comes to home renovation and updates the two most important spaces in a home are the kitchen and the master bedroom/bathroom. In the master bedroom, focus on brightening the room and creating a fresh, inviting feel. Clean, modern paint colors and neutral fresh carpet or renewed hardwood floors can make a huge difference. In the master bathroom, potential buyers are trending toward light and bright features such as subway tile, marble, and clean lines over dark woods and granites. In the kitchen, making minor changes such as painting the cabinets in a modern color, updating the tile, or replacing old-fashioned, brass light fixtures and hardware with more current styles and contemporary pieces can increase the value of a home.Add Smart Technology FeaturesAs we move farther into the age of technology, home trends are following suit. Many potential buyers see a lot of value in smart technology features such as electronic window shades, smart thermostats, slim TVs, and more. That being said, one electronic feature that used be popular but has been falling out of trend is pre-wired sound systems. With wireless speaker systems on the rise, buyers are bringing their systems into their new homes or upgrading as needed.Revive Curb AppealFirst impressions can make a big impression. Enhance landscaping, clean up the walkway to the front door, and repair or seal driveway cracks. A fresh coat of paint including window frames and the front door can make an older home feel new again. If paint is not in the budget, power washing the outside of the house, so long as it doesn’t strip the paint, and the front walkway or driveway can also refresh the appearance. Lastly, updating the porch sconces and lighting can make a home look more current and inviting.Whether you are looking to spend a little or a lot, there are many ways to add value to your home. However, for any major physical changes to the home, its best to hire a designer to help make sure the improvements are truly up-to-date and generic enough to appeal to a wide audience. For recommendations on designers or for more advice on ways to boost the value of your home, reach out to your Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Utah Properties agent as they truly are the experts on homes in our community....  more»

April 2018 Events

Posted on 3 April 2018 | 12:16 pm

  APRIL EVENTS 10/2 - 4/11: Utah Jazz Basketball, Salt Lake City 10/18 - 4/7: Utah Grizzlies Hockey, West Valley City 3/3 - 10/21: Real Salt Lake, Sandy 3/24 - 4/8: Spring Grüv, Park City Mountain 4/1 - 9/3: Salt Lake Bees, Salt Lake City 4/1: Easter at Snowbird, Snowbird 4/1: Annual Easter Celebration, Park City Mountain 4/1: Easter Bunny visits Deer Valley, Deer Valley Resort 4/5 - 4/7: Thin Air Innovation Festival, Park City 4/6 - 6/23: Utah Warrior Rugby, Sandy 4/6: Toby Keith with Ned LeDoux, Salt Lake City 4/7: OK GO, Park City 4/7: 22nd Annual Pond Skimming Competition, Park City Mountain 4/11 - 4/27: Hamilton - An American Musical, Salt Lake City 4/12: Justin Timberlake The Man of the Woods Tour, Salt Lake City 4/12 - 4/21: 2018 Ogden Restaurant Week, Ogden 4/20: Sips Under the Sea: Bacon, Draper 4/20 - 4/29: Park City Follies, Park City 4/27 - 4/28: Salt Lake Off Road Expo, Sandy   MORE APRIL EVENTS...  more»

Convention Awards Press Release 2018

Posted on 23 March 2018 | 1:16 pm

BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES UTAH PROPERTIES NAMED 14TH HIGHEST PREFORMING BROKERAGE, PARK CITY OFFICE NAMED 3 HIGHEST SALES OFFICE, SALT LAKE OFFICE NAMED 7 MOST UNITS SOLD, AMONG OTHER TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL AWARDS SAN ANTONIO, TX – MARCH 5 & 6, 2018 – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties received numerous brokerage, office, team, and individual awards at the annual network Sales Convention in San Antonio, Texas on March 5th and 6th 2018. The Utah Properties brokerage was celebrated as the 14th highest performing brokerage while Park City’s Saddleview Office the 3rd highest dollar volume office in the network and Salt Lake City’s Old Mill Office the 7th highest transaction volume for an office in the network. Notable team and individual awards included the Chin MacQuoid Fleming Harris team as the 5th highest dollar volume team and Bob Theobald and Bill Coleman the 2 and 3 Commercial Agents in the network. Additionally, Gale Frandsen was presented with a “25 Year Legend” award, Carole Agle and Heidi Gatch were presented with “20 Year Legend” awards, one agent and one team was presented with “10 Year Legend” awards, and one agent and six teams were presented with “5 Year Legend” awards.“Our Berkshire Hathaway professionals are true industry leaders.” said Owner and CEO, Steve Roney. “This year’s convention and honors confirm the caliber and accomplishment of Utah Properties. I look forward to continuing to excel as a brokerage and team.”A complete list of awards includes:Brokerage14 Highest Performing Brokerage – Utah PropertiesOffice3 Highest Dollar Volume – Park City’s Saddleview7 Highest Dollar Volume – Salt Lake City’s Old MillTop Agents – Dollar Volume54 Linda Secrist76 Mark Rodeheaver89 Carol AgleTop Agents – Transaction Volume89 Dave MumfordTop Commercial Agents2 Bob Theobald3 Bill ColemanTop Teams – Dollar Volume5 Chin MacQuoid Fleming Harris41 Ski Resort Property Group61 The Shand Jaret Team84 Mountain Home Team85 The Reece Team91 Utah Cribs100 The Marty-Richardson TeamTop Teams – Transaction Volume77 The Greg and Brock Team25 Year Legend AwardGale Frandsen20 Year Legend AwardCarol AgleHeidi Gatch10 Year Legend AwardJoe HoldenMarty-Richardson Team5 Year Legend AwardCraig Voegeli & Dallas EichersJudy GlauserThe Bass Bova TeamThe Judy Allen TeamThe Peek TeamThe Shand Jaret TeamTridestin GroupAbout Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah PropertiesBerkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties is an independently owned real estate brokerage dating back to 1976. With offices throughout northern Utah, the company has a long-standing track record of market dominance and dependability. Under the Berkshire Hathaway name, our agency holds the 1 position in Utah’s real estate marketplace and maintains an historic commitment to community-driven service.About Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesBerkshire Hathaway HomeServices, based in Irvine, CA, is a real estate brokerage network built for a new era in residential real estate. The network, among the few organizations entrusted to use the world-renowned Berkshire Hathaway name, brings to the real estate market a definitive mark of trust, integrity, stability and longevity. The brand was just recognized for “Highest Overall Satisfaction for Repeat Home Sellers Among National Full Service Real Estate Firms” in J.D. Power’s 2017 Home Buyer/Seller Satisfaction Study. Visit  more»

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