Real Estate Professional
Park City, Utah United States
Jamison earned an International Business degree from Utah's most prestigious liberal arts college, Westminster College in Salt Lake City. The course of study combined an understanding of different cultures with a wealth of financial and analytical skills. This international focus blends seamlessly with the world's most exclusive and international brand, Sotheby's International Realty. Jamison and his clients can attest to the fact that it is also a perfect fit for a real estate agent in the destination resort market of Park City, Utah. Jamison's skill set makes him one of the most effective and sought after Realtors in the greater Park City real estate market. When you work with Jamison, you get a strong knowledge of the primary and second home market in Park City and the Heber/Midway areas, which translates into results.
Jamison has been involved with marketing several Park City developments, including Juniper Landing, Newpark and Sky Lodge and has been very successful in the single family and vacant land arenas as well. Jamison's experience and resume will impress you, but his personal and friendly style will win you over. Known for his persistence and astute attention to detail, Jamison finishes what he starts and does it with accuracy, integrity and common sense. His unique background, a combination of financial savvy, tax expertise and personal investing knowledge, allows Jamison to provide his clients with the utmost in professional representation, always with an eye on his client's bottom line.
Jamison and his wife chose the Park City area as the place to raise their family because of its small-town feel and the fact that it's easy to connect with others in the community. In his free time, this outgoing and energetic husband and father enjoys spending time with his wife and children. 'The kids are still very young, so it's not like I actually have a lot of free time,' he says with a smile. 'But when I do, I like to hit the links, go fly fishing or ski the powder in the trees.'