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11/20/23
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Escape to St. George: Your Ultimate Family Reunion Destination

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Family reunions are a time-honored tradition, bringing loved ones together to create lasting memories and strengthen bonds. What better place to celebrate these cherished gatherings than the picturesque city of St. George, Utah? Nestled in the heart of the stunning red rock country, St. George offers a tranquil oasis for families to reconnect. Escape Properties provides the ideal accommodations for such occasions. With these exceptional homes, your family can enjoy...

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01/16/23
Adventures

Saturation Point | are we there yet?

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Over the past few years with the number of new nightly-rental building taking place offering nightly rentals we are asked this question often: Have we reached a saturation point in the nightly rental market? This is a great question and one that should be asked before you put down $300-900k on a second home (or more).   What’s the marketing going to be like if you’re just one of 1,000 like? ...

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12/8/22
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Christmas Lights

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Christmas lights in St. George are spreading holiday cheer throughout the area! From snowflakes glistening in the night sky to Christmas trees twinkling with delight, Christmas decorations are lighting up the town and providing a festive atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for traditional Christmas light displays or something more unique, St. George has something special in store for you this Christmas season. Take some time to explore the various Christmas lights...

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10/13/22
Eats

Restaurants in Ancestor Square

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Come explore Ancestor Square, located in the heart of St. George Utah. This quaint little square is full of shops, restaurants, and galleries, all built around historic buildings. There’s something for everyone here, so come on down and explore! Restaurants: George’s Corner Restaurant and Pub: “Big Hand Cafe” was once located on this same corner. It was the most popular spot for tourists to stop by in the 1930s-40s. It...

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10/13/22
Eats

History of Ancestor Square

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  Ancestor Square is the heart of St. George, Utah. It’s a beautiful, historic area that’s perfect for exploring. Here are some fun facts and history about Ancestor Square. St. George was founded in 1847 by Mormon pioneers, and Ancestor Square is named after Brigham Young, who led the Mormon pioneer settlers to the area. The square was originally part of Main Street but was renamed in honor of Brigham...

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09/13/22
Adventures

Zion National Park

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Zion National Park is a beautiful place to hike and explore. There are hikes for all levels of difficulty, so everyone can find a hike that is perfect for them. The town of Springdale has great food and gift shops, so you can find everything you need while you’re here. Angels Landing is one of the most popular hikes in the park. If you are wanting to hike it during...

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09/9/22
Adventures

Snow Canyon State Park

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Snow Canyon is a state park in Utah that is known for its hiking trails and red sandstone cliffs. The park is located in the city of St. George and is a popular destination for both locals and tourists. There are red cliffs, white sand dunes, and black lava flows.   There are many different hiking trails to choose from, so there is something for everyone. Whether you want a...

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08/31/22
Spring Break

Water Adventures in Southern Utah

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If you’re looking for a summer getaway that includes lots of options for outdoor activities, then look no further than St. George, Utah. This desert oasis is home to several lakes, all of which offer something different for visitors. Whether you want to go boating, fishing, swimming, or just enjoy a picnic by the water, there’s a lake in St. George that’s perfect for you. Here are just a few...

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07/1/22
Spring Break

New to Mountain Biking

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I am a NOVICE (beginner) at Mountain Biking – truth be told, I still rent my bike each week as I am debating if I like this sport or love it – but I am fascinated with the adventure and culture.  It costs me about $75 each time to rent, but these are like $3-4,000 dollar bikes, so I feel I am getting a deal.  I will eventually buy my...

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05/23/22
Management

Value Proposition | Price & Occupancy Prediction

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As an investment property owner we love to see our units get booked and we get really excited when we it books to top dollar too!  But what is “Top  Dollar”?  Take a minute and think where you consider the value point to be. Spoiler alert – it is virtually impossible to define as it is highly subjective.  To the consumer – $200 may be top dollar.  To the owner...

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