Karly Nielsen is the founder and principal agent at Yalecrest Homes. Her business management degree from Brigham Young University (financed partly through early forays into various real estate jobs) provides a strong foundation for communication and the deal acumen. Her attention to detail, decluttering and active listening skills, and unwavering commitment to a job well done are all her own.
She and her family have moved all over the United States and together have mastered the art of moving and connecting with people from all walks of life. She currently resides in the Yalecrest Neighborhood and enjoys raising her children in this family-friendly community. When she’s not running the local school’s PTA or selling homes, you can find her and her family hiking, biking, climbing and skiing in the nearby Wasatch Mountains.
With a foot of new snow on the ground, it's hard to believe Easter is just around the corner. But come it will, and we can't wait for our favorite event of the year—the Laird Park Easter Egg Hunt. The Egg Hunt will start promptly at 10:00 am on Saturday, March...read more
Fourth quarter 2017 Yalecrest-area home sales came in last week and at first glance appear uncannily similar to last years. Median sold prices for 2017’s last quarter hovered around $515,000, not too far 2016’s $523,000 median. The only notable difference...read more
Over the past few months we have been on a mission to locate the first home built in the Yalecrest neighborhood. What seemed to be a simple task at first, turned out to be much more complicated than we expected. Even with our best detective hats on, we...read more
Coach Brandon Matich knew he had a retention problem when he started as East High’s head coach. His previous Park City team had nineteen first-string, all-state players and five of them came from within East boundaries. High schools around the valley had...read more
Chatting with Jesse and Elisabeth Theurer in their airy, coastal-inspired family room, it’s hard to imagine any construction stress could undo these two. They reminisce about their family’s happy times...read more
Only a few days left of prime holiday shopping and we’d like to encourage all of you to get out and buy local! Shifting some of the dollars you might spend otherwise spend online or with national chains is a huge boost to our local economy. Studies show...read more
Happy Thanksgiving to our many neighbors, friends, clients and colleagues; you make our lives meaningful and work joyful. We wish you a joyful start to your holiday season!read more
This week marks our second annual #gratefulyalecrest campaign, and every year our gratitude list gets longer! Here is our top-ten list for 2017. At the top of our list is our neighborhood’s proximity to outstanding public and private schools. We are most...read more
2011, the year etched into our family history as the year Dave began digging the basement out with his bare hands. Well, not exactly his bare hands; he had a bucket and our 81 year old neighbor, Earle, to help lift the bucket out through a crawl hole and...read more
Last Saturday was the annual Laird Park Halloween Carnival. It was ghoulishly wonderful as usual—crafts, food truck, fire truck, magic show, and of course, many, many delightful costumes donned by kids, dogs and parents. Thanks to our Carnival hostesses...read more
This report was generated automatically by the Wasatch Front Regional MLS. Includes listings on 10/02/2017. Includes listings where list price is between $15,000 and $10,000,000 and sold price does not exceed 25% +/- that of the list price. December 2015...read more
If soaring real estate prices and loosening credit restrictions are giving you Great Recession flashbacks, you are not alone. It’s been almost 10 years since the devastating housing bubble burst and at first glance superficial indicators suggest that...read more