Real Estate Agent since 2004
Associate Broker since 2015
2021 Park City Realtor of the Year
2023 President of the Park City Board of Realtors
Director on the Park City
Board of Realtors 2017-2023
My Commitment As A Premier Realtor in Park City
While your short-term goal may be selling your home or finding the perfect property to fit your needs, referrals in the real estate industry is the only way to ensure survival. My mission is to highly impress you during the entire process so that you will confidently recommend me for future real estate needs or when family or friends are in need of a real estate professional.
I grew up in Minneapolis, MN and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where I attended Arizona State University and became a CPA, licensed in Arizona. I worked as a CPA with one of the Big Six (at that time) Accounting Firms in Phoenix, prior to moving to Park City in 1989. With that move, I was able to use my accounting and financial background to move into a career as a real estate agent. In 2005, I became the primary sales agent for Glenwild, a private, 200-lot Tom Fazio-designed golf course community, here in Park City. This opportunity allowed me to gain extensive knowledge in golf course communities, as well as selling high-end custom lots and homes.
July, 2023 – The Park City real estate market continues its progressive return to a more normal market in the continuing aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. The first reported case of Covid-19 was on January 20, 2020 with the first confirmed case coming six days later. Just 51 days later, on March 11, the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic and the real estate world went into a tailspin. Active listings fell from over 2,000 to only 600, with barely half of those being residential listings. In reaction to declining inventory, average residential sale prices climbed by...
April, 2023 – As we approach the three-year anniversary of the outbreak of Covid-19, which sent the real estate market into contortions never seen before, the market in general is getting closer to “normal” – that is as “normal” has been redefined. Sales numbers are returning to pre-pandemic averages. Q1-23 sales totals were 5% higher than the average from 2013 to 2020. Sales prices are not. Total sales volume is 63% higher than the average from 2013 to 2020 because the lower number of units sold units were more than offset by ever increasing sales prices. The market volatility...