November 2017

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Many of our clients are interested in buying Park City real estate as an investment. These properties fall into two main categories: long term tenants and nightly (vacation) rentals. For nightly rentals, my rule of thumb is that if you pay cash and don’t use it yourself, after expenses a typical return on investment in Park City is about 2%. I’ve found this figure to be remarkably consistent across a broad range of properties, from fractional ownership at the Grand Summit in Canyons Village to luxury condos in Empire Pass at Deer Valley. With limited owner use, this is often enough to defray your carrying costs. You may do a bit better with a full-time rental property, but of course you wouldn’t be able to use it yourself.

As an investment

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