Jaime Pack

A longtime Park City resident, Jaime Pack brings extensive market knowledge and a wealth of industry expertise to The Agency.

Hailing from a large family with strong local ties, Jaime’s vast professional network and neighborhood expertise have proven invaluable to a diverse set of buyers and sellers across Park City. Prior to her career in real estate, Jaime spent several years in private banking in the premier wealth management division at Zions Bank, where she specialized in real estate lending and credit. The extensive lending knowledge and network Jaime cultivated over her 15 years with the company have carried over seamlessly to real estate.

An active member of several local Park City nonprofits, Jaime has served on the Park City Education Foundation and the board of trustees for the Youth Sport Alliance. When she’s not representing clients in real estate, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and their two boys, skiing, running, biking, hiking, cooking and traveling. Jaime studied at the University of Utah and Université de Savoie á Chambéry in France.

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2178 Walker Lane 84117 SL19-12427


Beautifully located down a winding drive off Holladay’s prestigious Walker Lane sits one of Utah’s finest contemporary homes. Situated on a private parcel bordered by a large pond, waterfalls and fountains with a backdrop of Mount Olympus, the home is t...

7495 Purple Sage 84098 SL19-12213

It is modern elegance in mountain serenity. Stately yet intimate, this one-of-a-kind treasure is tucked into the hillside and surrounded by 3.93 peaceful acres. In every direction there are breathtaking views of the Glenwild Golf Course and the Wasatch Moun...

9377 Raven Way 84098 SL19-09652

New construction estate home located on a private ten acre lot nestled into the aspen trees in The Preserve, an exclusive gated community. This impressive residence has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a stunning open floor plan and over 2,500 square feet of...

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