August 2019 Update from Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

Welcome to August

Real Estate, Events and Lifestyle Update from Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

EXCLUSIVE MARKETING NETWORKS

It can be easy to assume that all real estate brokerages are the same. For us, we like to spend our time differentiating and providing our clients access to next level marketing and exclusive partnerships that bring the most eyes and buyers to their properties. We say it often, but we can’t say it enough… we take pride in providing our clients an extraordinary level of service and exposure. For August, we’re featuring our exclusive partnership with LuxuryRealEstate.com. This partnership gives those who choose Summit Sotheby’s International Realty a huge competitive advantage as we’re Utah’s only real estate brokerage on this highly sought after (and global) platform. Between sothebysrealty.com and luxuryrealestate.com we have the market covered – think of it as the coke and the pepsi of luxury real estate.

SELL WITH SOTHEBY’S HOME

You’ve heard of the Sotheby’s Auction House and you may have even participated in one of their live auctions or special events. But did you know that you can also buy or sell vintage, custom and antique furniture and decor through Sotheby’s Home? From the ever popular mid-century modern to victorian eras Sotheby’s Home curates some of the most unique finds in art, furniture, lighting and decor. Whether you’re a collector or have some antique pieces in your attic. Sotheby’s Home will assist you in selling your home items through consignment.

Here’s what you need to know to sell with Sotheby’s Home:
1. Submit Items You Wish To Sell Through Their Simple Form
2. Schedule An Appointment with a Sotheby’s Consignment Liaison
3. Receive Up To 60% of the Resale Price Once Your Item Sells

Head over to Sotheby’s Home to browse their one-of-a-kind finds. We found a few steals on their sale page so be sure to check that out too.

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER COOL DOWN

August is here, which means warm temps and the dog days of summer. We’ve got a lot of desert here in Utah, but the truth is we have quite a bit of water, especially after the killer winter we had. Reservoirs, rivers and mountain lakes are full to the brim and are prime for a little late-summer cool down. Whether you’re an avid boater, fly fisherman or just want a natural lazy river, we’ve put together our local’s guide for top spots to cool it down, water style.

1. Lake Powell
Split between two states, Lake Powell has 2,000 miles of shoreline with dramatic scenery. Red rocks, winding canyons and turquoise blue water all await for camping, house boating, paddle boarding and beyond. Our pick: Lake Powell is all about the house boat. Grab a group, rent a boat and enjoy your house on the water.

2. Weber River
Think of this pick as a lazy river on steroids. Some hot days call for a mellow float with your friends and family. Grab a tube, some friends and plenty of sunscreen and float through a few miles of the Weber River (Croydon to Henefer). If you’d prefer to float with some pros, there are plenty of outfitters that will supply your tube, life jacket and handle all the shuttling back and forth to your car.

3. Lily Lake
If peace and tranquility are on your to-dos, then head up Mirror Lake Highway to Lily Lake. No motorboats are allowed up at Lily Lake so this spot is perfect for stand up paddle boards, kayaks or canoes. You’re up there in elevation, so best to be prepared with a coat and some bug repellent as temperatures can change quickly.

4. Jordanelle Reservoir
This one is for you east-coasters out there. Just outside of Park City you’ll find the Jordanelle. With consistent winds, the Jordanelle is the perfect spot to spend a day setting sail while enjoying direct views of Deer Valley Resort. Groups such as Park City Sailing offer camps, corporate events and weekly women’s only sailing classes.

OUR PICKS: GOLF PROPERTIES ACROSS UTAH

One of our competitive advantages is that you can search our website by lifestyle. From ski to equestrian, golf to waterfront, viewers can find their dream home just by clicking their ideal lifestyle. This month, we decided to have a look at Utah’s Golf Properties and share a handful of our favorites and some best-buys.

Salt Lake Pick: Charming Home Located in the Coveted Salt Lake Country Club
2110 Country Club Drive  |  $855,000

Park City Pick: Mountain Contemporary Home in Promontory
8936 N Mountain Road  |  $2,500,000

Southern Utah Pick: Chaco Retreat at Entrada
2763 N Chaco Trail  |  $1,150,000

AFFILIATE HIGHLIGHT: MEXICO

Mexico has some of the most extraordinary luxury properties on the market and is in-fact one of our top feeder markets in Park City, Southern Utah and Salt Lake City. Many own property in Los Cabos and in the Cottonwoods, Mexico City and Southern Utah. This month, we decided to highlight our friends over at Mexico Sotheby’s International Realty and invite you to take a tour of their exquisite architecture and luxury homes.

View and learn about Mexico’s luxury home and art markets, here.

UPCOMING SUMMER EVENT: TOUR OF UTAH

The Tour of Utah is just days away with some of the world’s best in the world of cycling ready to tackle six stages that race them through our state. Snowbird, Antelope Island, Powder Mountain and Park City are just a handful of the venues where spectators can cheer on athletes as they climb through the mountains at record pace. The tour finishes once again in the heart of Park City, where this sixth and final stage features 10,000 feet of climbing in just over 78 miles.

Prologue: Snowbird
Stage 1: North Logan City
Stage 2: Brigham City to Powder Mountain
Stage 3: Antelope Island to North Salt Lake
Stage 4: Salt Lake City
Stage 5: Canyons Village
Stage 6: Park City

For more information on this year’s Tour of Utah, head over to the event website.

INTERCAP LENDING UPDATE

Intercap Lending has studied Utah’s population growth and has put together a full report for the month of August. Counties such as Salt Lake, Davis, Weber and Utah are slated to see significant growth over the next several decades. Have a look at their report and what this means for your area by clicking here.