The Park City Board of Realtors’ first quarter report shows that sales activity so far this year is on par with 2010.The report also suggests prices of single-family homes, condominiums and land sales remain low. During the first quarter the number of sales was up 15 percent compared to 2010. According to the report 374 sales took place within the first quarter of 2011. Mark Seltenrich, previous president of the Board of Realtors, said 35 percent of all sales this quarter were either foreclosures or market sales. “The first quarter of 2011 had 125 distressed sales and 125 foreclosures. Every foreclosure in the market sells in Summit and Wasatch County,” Seltenrich explained. According to Seltenrich 38 home sales and 74 condo sales occurred within the Park City limits, “the median price of homes inside the city limits is $990,000, while the median condo is priced at $611,000. When asked if there is much hope for an upswing in the market, Seltenrich was cautious. “Reflection on reality, whether it’s good or bad, depends on your viewpoint,” Seltenrich said. The first quarter was good because the number of sales was up, he said. “People that want or need to sell their property can because there are a lot of buyers out there,” Seltenrich said.