Ramon Gomez, Jr. Park City UtahRamon Gomez, Jr.


Ramon was born and raised in Michigan and graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Hospitality Management. His lifelong interest in the hospitality industry led to 17 years of managing private golf clubs and golf communities in Florida, Arizona and finally Utah where he was the General Manager of the Glenwild Golf and Country Club until 2006. In 2006, Ramon decided that Park City would be a permanent home for he and his wife Judy. He also decided that the best way to utilize his hospitality background was as a Realtor in Park City’s exciting resort market. Never one to do anything halfway, he devoured the real estate education opportunities, becoming an Associate Broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. He holds the Accredited Buyers Representative and Resort Second Home Property Specialist designations as well as participating in many Realtor and community activities. The Park City Curling Club and the Park City Motorcycle Club are two of his favorites. He currently serves on the Snyderville Basin Open Space Advisory Committee and he and Judy participate in too many other community and charitable activities to list.

Ramon’s success as one of Park City’s top Realtors is based on his simple goal of “always taking care of people” and his reputation as an agent who other Realtors love to work with. Although experienced in all aspects of the Park City real estate market, he specializes in Golf Course communities where his hospitality background combined with his past success in representing buyers and sellers in all of our golf communities has earned the loyalty of those clients. He has established a reputation as an agent who doesn’t represent any one golf community, but represents them all equally and fairly – someone who knows why different clubs work for different people.

Ramon loves to spend to spend the majority of his time communicating with clients, prospects, and community contacts including builders, developers and Realtors. This is made possible by his excellent support team managed by Judy Gomez and their assistant Sara Sergent. If you want to be one of those people who are “always taken care of”, don’t miss your chance to talk with Ramon.


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