Real Estate Professional
Heber City, Utah United States
For 40 years Tim Cox has been involved in real estate. In 1980 he jumped into real estate after graduating from college. He obtained his license and started working for a rural firm in Roosevelt, Utah. During this time he enjoyed working selling homes, farms, land and some commercial real estate. In 1996, Tim changed careers and worked as a Healthcare Administrator. He moved to Bismarck, North Dakota and enjoyed this work. During this time he was involved in the purchase of medical centers and personal real estate investments. He obtained a real estate license in the state of Arizona and used it to help others find warmer places to go during the brutal Bismarck winters. Tim also acquired properties in the Phoenix area for investment. In 2019, Tim felt a nudge to come back to Utah and chose Heber City. Traveling frequently through Heber City and Park City from Roosevelt to Salt Lake City and Utah County, he fell in love with the “Wasatch Back”. There really isn’t a better place to live.
Tim grew up in Salt Lake City and attended Skyline High School. After high school, he served a two year mission to the Italy Milan Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was there that he developed a love of great food and working with good people and helping when possible. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Communications, with an emphasis on Marketing and Public Relations.
Near the beginning of his initial career change, Tim was selected to participate in an Executive MBA program at the University of Utah. This additional education gave him a greater foundation of key business principles that enable him to gauge the financial implications of transactions and thus provide guidance to others. With his BYU/UofU education, he laughingly declares that his blood is truly blue and red.
Tim has appreciated, throughout his changing careers, effective messages that provide clear understanding of value and benefit. He works to craft messages and to utilize communication in a clear and concise manner, enabling him to build strong relationships and to better understand the needs of those he serves.
Tim has always enjoyed giving back to the community. He spent time as City Councilman for Roosevelt City and served two terms as a Duchesne School Board member; he has served as a Board member of several national organizations, including Communities Joined in Action and the National Cooperative of Healthcare Networks (serving as president of both for a time), and four terms as a Board member of National PACE Association. He served as President of the Uintah Basin Board of Realtors and has served as a Member of the Utah Board of Realtors.
As Tim retired from his healthcare career and moved to Utah, he felt a pull to return to his real estate roots. The vibrancy of Heber Valley and the surrounding area, combined with the opportunity to start fresh at this point in life, persuaded Tim to jump back into real estate for another round.