Draper, Utah is Salt Lake’s southernmost east-side city. Its foothill neighborhoods are known for their spacious homes, quiet cul-de-sacs and spectacular views. In old Draper, you will find shady parks, farm properties, and more affordable homes and condominiums. Draper’s public school system offers quality neighborhood and public charter options. And private schools such as Juan Diego and Waterford (in nearby Sandy) are consistently ranked best in state. Residents have convenient access to national shopping and dining chains, as well as popular local businesses. For those looking to escape Salt Lake’s infamous inversions, winding roads near South Mountain reach elevations higher than the inversion point. Residents also enjoy unprecedented access to mountain biking and hiking trails up Corner and Red Rock Canyon.
Karly Nielsen’s clients consistently praise her expertise, her keen negotiation skills, and, most of all, her indomitable positive attitude. With her contagious determination and genuine concern, you will be thankful to have her on your side. Karly shares your goals and commits to helping you succeed. Karly’s path in life naturally led her to a career in real estate. After earning a degree in Business Management, she worked and volunteered in the housing sector for many years. Moving her young family numerous times in the span of ten years made her a master in the art of moving. The Nielsen family navigated changes from Brooklyn to New Jersey, then cross-country back to her home state of California, before settling in Utah and renovating their current home in the Yalecrest Neighborhood. All of these experiences, coupled with her ability to connect with people from all walks of life, steered Karly toward getting her real estate license in 2015. Shortly after starting as an agent, she realized that she’d found her niche and she set out to start her own brokerage.
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