How To Find Park City Housing

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Catch-22, you get a resort job and no place to live. It’s getting harder and harder to find seasonal Park City housing. Everyone wants a year lease and at least $1k+ a month. It’s even more if you want to live alone.

Deer Valley and Park City offer employee housing but it’s scarce and dormlike. Plus, if you aren’t an ski instructor, liftee, etc. you’re not welcome to it. So now, you might be pulling your hair out trying to find a place; especially if you aren’t local.

Where do you start to look?

Well, you should have started looking in August. What the hell were you waiting for? Come December, it’s slim pickings. I personally have an apartment for rent because my lease starts Dec. 1. As a landlord, I know I can get my place rented fast at that time. I’m not on a busline, and it’s a one-year lease. Leave me a comment and I can share the info with you.

Here are my tips and places to help you find something for this winter:

 

Almost Forgot This For Park City Housing

One other thing I forgot to mention was to contact the HR departments at Deer Valley and Park City. They often will keep a folder of available rentals.

If all else fails, save your money for a reliable, rent in Salt Lake City and commute. If you have a job that starts early in the morning they have a special bus for you. 😉

 

Good Luck!!

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