About Gary Gordon
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Gary actually grew up within a couple of blocks from the Salt Lake Office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. He has been a real estate professional since 1989, and he joins Coldwell Banker after having worked for Summit Sotheby’s, He specializes on the east side of Salt Lake, but also listing and selling property throughout the valley. Having personally renovated several properties, Gary loves to roll up his sleeves to help his clients make their homes stand out in the market. He is an experienced carpenter, an expert gardener and a knowledgeable handyman, making him a valuable asset to any buyer or homeowner.
When Gary is not helping clients with real estate, he enjoys being outside, exploring Utah's beautiful mountains, playing golf, and working in his greenhouse and vast gardens. He is happily married to his wife, Amy, and has two teenage daughters who keep him on his toes and require him to constantly hone his negotiating skills.
A graduate of Utah State University, Gary also attended the University of Utah. While he is still a supporter of both schools, he particularly loves his Utah Running Utes. In fact, the only time he may be unavailable to help you is during a Utah football game.
Gary is a hardworking agent who is sensitive to the trials and tribulations that can accompany a real estate transaction. So whether it is your first time buying or selling, or if you are just ready for a change of scenery, Gary has the experience, knowledge and problem solving skills to make your next real estate transaction a positive adventure.
Park City Real Estate Specialist
Gary Gordon is a local real estate specialist with an extensive knowledge of the iconic vacation community. Let him help you buy or sell a first or second residence near multiple ski resorts, reservoirs, and hiking trails!
Park City, Utah is only 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and 45 minutes from Provo. Known as the flagship for the Wasatch Back, Park City prides itself for its sophisticated and artistic, yet rustic western American way of life. And you will see these qualities throughout the architecture of its homes and vacation resorts – exposed brick, wrought iron, and vaulted ceilings with rough sawn wooden beams in open concept floor plans.
This remote, high-elevation, exclusive vacation destination continues to become more accessible as modern transit systems and other technologies keep us cozy and safe even in harsh winter conditions. In addition to skiing, Park City enthusiasts love watching the ever-changing landscape of untouched open space that’s home to native grasses, wildflowers, and majestic birds and other wildlife.