If you read my earlier post Curb Appeal This Spring, then you know that we (yes, Steve will agree with me on this) are all about that when you are thinking of selling your home. And even if you are not selling…this should be on your mind. After all, the view from the street is […]
Tips to help you in buying your home
Foreclosures have been one of the best real estate purchases of late. However, Foreclosed homes can be tricky transactions.
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.
Now, I am not a statistic minded type person, but my office is, and they have given me some interesting market statistics for Salt Lake County, so naturally I would like to pass those on to you statistical minded people, cause, well….that is my job you know, to keep you informed! Salt Lake County Single […]
Comparables Are Like The 3 Amigos! Whenever you refinance, or buy a new home, or even sell a home, there is always an appraisal involved. The lender will always want a justification that the home is worth the sales price, and quite frankly, you will want that too. So, one of the ways that an […]
You are First Time Homebuyers and you have Found THE HOME. You have watched DIY and HGTV and you know you can do everything those couples do on the home improvement show, but beyond the down payment, you have very little money to replace the cabinets in the kitchen, tile the bathroom and maybe add […]
Buying a Home In Salt Lake City, Ut Will Interest Rates Or Home Prices Make A Difference? One of our clients, a first time homebuyer, asked us the other day whether they should wait for home prices to drop more before buying a home. They were also concerned about interest rates rising and rightly so. […]
Paying Off Good Debts Can Actually Hurt You Got a call the other day from one of my buyer clients. Being the wonderful clients that they are, they naturally called me to give them some advice on paying off their credit cards in preparation to purchase their first home here in Salt Lake. ( Note: […]
Not Really Short! I had a client come to me once with the request that we only look at short sales. My natural question (after I picked my jaw up from the floor) was “Why”? Her answer was that she had heard these homes were the quickest to buy, because the seller wanted a “short” […]
There is a great deal of difference between a foreclosed home and a shortsale. Let’s start by saying that both these transactions involve the bank that held the mortgage on the home.