At an elevation of 4,025 feet and in a sparsely populated and rugged terrain in South Eastern Utah is where the Colorado River begins its pursuit through arguably the most difficult stretch of rapids called Cataract Canyon and George Tratiak is one of the handful of people that can guide you safely through it.
The variety of landscapes first called George to Utah in 1978 and the active lifestyle to enjoy all of them kept him here. He was an avid skier. Alta and Snowbird Ski Resort is where he spent powder days. He lives his maxim, “Selling Utah’s Lifestyle” through example and enjoys sharing his outdoor passion with his friends, family, clients and coworkers.
It’s no surprise that George found success in real estate given his childhood. His involvement in the housing industry began when he was young working construction with his father. “As a boy I walked around with a hammer and nails in my pockets." he says.
A lot of George’s business comes through repeat referrals and a history of hard work to get to know new clients. He refers to most neighborhoods by name, the businesses that surround them, as well as the secrets only locals like him know about. The real estate market has been changing so much and it’s important to have a REALTOR® who understands the ins and outs of buying and selling a home in this market like he does. George can assist a homebuilder find the perfect plot of land to build as well as facilitate an existing home sale to a new homeowner. “I like finding the right home for people,” he describes. When you walk into George’s office located in Cottonwood Heights you’ll be greeted with a sincere smile, a handshake and good conversation. His coworkers respect him and the way he conducts his 24 years of Real Estate business.