How Much Money Do I Need To Buy A Home? One of the first questions first time homebuyers always ask is how much money does it take to buy a home? Short answer: $1,000,000….just kidding, that should get the old heart beating.
They say there is a home for everyone…and we believe that (that would be why we are Realtors and anxiously engaged in doing just that…finding the right home for folks)…
If you plan to buy a rental property , or to convert your current residence for long-term rental, make sure your home is properly insured with a landlords policy. A traditional homeowners insurance policy may be unsuitable for landlords.
Hud Homes In Utah-What You Need To Know! As you may or may not know, HUD homes are actually FHA or VA loans that have been foreclosed by their respective lenders and returned to Housing and Urban Development (get it…HUD) for resale. These homes can range in price from $50,000- to 750,000 (in Utah) and […]
Every year we get told by marketing companies it’s time to turn back the clock AND replace the batteries in our smoke alarms. Thought that was silly but Now I know why. It’ so you aren’t awakened in the middle of the night with your dog pawing your face because she is scared of the […]
I just got a Zillow Zestimate on my Utah home, is that really the value? We get this question quite often, not only from our regular buyer and seller clients, but our investor clients as well who rely heavily on fair market value to determine what properties to pursue.
Some people don’t know how to do stuff. Whether they had someone else to do this stuff growing up, whether their Moms worked and never taught them, or whether they just didn’t get it, there are folks out there that are ….well, doing stuff challenged. There are also folks who Know how to do stuff, […]
The 4th of July is by far one of my favorite holidays (ok, well Christmas too, but for the summer…can’t beat it). I love celebrating the history of this great country, our fight for freedom, the right to live our lives as we choose, FIREWORKS ( I have to agree with my son-in-law Michael on […]
Here is a great commentary on the problems that have been caused by HVCC. We have had our own personal trials and tribulations with appraisers being flown in from Arizona…yes, Arizona (since when are we Remotely anything like the Arizona market here in Salt Lake?) and being brought down from Hooper (a definitely rural area […]