ThirdHome Focuses on Expansion in Deer Valley

May 23, 2016 • By Amy Jo Robertson


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Recently, two-time Olympian Kaylin Richardson took to the slopes and described why a ThirdHome membership is such a great value for those with second homes. Watch the video below and get a preview of some of the incredible destinations available when exchanging your second home as a ThirdHome member:

About Deer Valley:

Deer Valley is an upscale alpine ski resort in the Wasatch Mountain Range, located in Park City, Utah. Consistently ranked as one of the top ski resorts in North America, Deer Valley boasts luxury amenities such as free ski valets, shopping, and fine dining. In 2015, Deer Valley received an impressive amount of praise in SKI Magazine’s survey by receiving first place in service, access, on-mountain food, dining, and lodging. See for yourself what all of the hype is about by booking a luxury vacation with ThirdHome. View Deer Valley properties available to exchange here.

About Kaylin Richardson:

Kaylin Richardson is a former American alpine ski racer, who competed in both the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Named to the US Ski Team at just the young age of 15, Richardson had an impressive career and ultimately decided to retire from the World Cup in 2010. As a skiing ambassador in Deer Valley, Richardson knows the Wasatch Range well and is the perfect individual to introduce the benefits of swapping time in your home with a ThirdHome membership.

About Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah:

Founded in 1976, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties has grown to become the #1 real estate company in Utah, with a network of more than 370 agents in 18 offices throughout the Park City, Summit and Wasatch county areas, as well as the Salt Lake Valley. Due to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah’s outstanding reputation, they have been selected as ThirdHome’s exclusive brokerage firm partner in the Deer Valley market.

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