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OPEN Saturday, Feb.26, from 1-4pm 8332 South Ridge Point Road (2285 East), Sandy, Utah 84093 Searching for Sandy real estate? Look at this new listing under Sandy homes for sale and join us for an open house. Nestled on .33 lush acre, on quiet cul-de-sac, with beautiful landscaping, swimming pool, water fall and pond, groves of trees and boasting breathtaking mountain views is this stunning, professionally remodeled luxury 2-story. Over 6000sf offers features such as, hardwood floors throughout, 6 bedrooms including a main floor master suite, 4 bathrooms, office, laundry, gourmet kitchen w/upgraded stainless (0 comments)
With Utah full of desirable places to live, each city sells itself as unique. When you’re looking for houses for sale in the Salt Lake Valley there are a number of worthy places vying for your attention. Draper is one such city. Questions that might be on your mind... 1) What does Draper offer that other places might not and 2) why should I look at Draper real estate? The demographics of Draper show that 38% of its residents are in the age group 25-44 and are highly educated. Bottom line, this city obviously appeals (1 comments)
Is Getting a Good Education Reason Enough to Move to Sandy, Utah? - 02/24/11 02:03 AM
Is getting a good education reason enough to move to Sandy, Utah? There are many reasons for buying a new home but when you are a parent, a major consideration is your children and their education. Before you begin your search for homes for sale in Utah, you should find out as much information as possible about Davis, Salt Lake, Alpine, Granite, Murray, Canyons, Jordan, Wasatch, Box Elder and Park City school districts.
Sandy is in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, located in the Wasatch Mountains 13 miles south of Salt Lake City. It has a population just under 100,000. (3 comments)
Top SIX Reasons Your Home Is NOT Selling. - 02/18/11 01:22 AM
Are you a home seller in agony because your home has festered on the Salt Lake City market week after week with few to no showings? Here are six culprits that may be keeping buyers away from purchasing your home. #1 - Your home is overpriced Optimistic home sellers love to parrot the old adage, "There's a buyer for every home." But they often leave off the qualifier: "at the buyer's price." The fact is that buyers, not sellers, ultimately determine the market value of a home. You can ask for the moon and set your listing price well above comparable (8 comments)
Salt Lake City Homes - City Creek - Urban Living at its Finest! - 02/15/11 03:39 PM
Salt Lake City Homes - City Creek - Urban Living at its Finest! In 2008 the City Creek Project began with a view to rejuvenate the area by giving this proud city a worthy central district. Three years later and much of the project has been completed. With a price tag of around $3 billion, the project includes new retail units and up to 800 residential units, including Salt Lake City luxury real estate. This 23 acre centre is due to open in March 2012 and is expected to draw over 10 million visitors every year and a shopping wonderland, (0 comments)
Utah Luxury Real Estate - Parade of Homes - 02/15/11 03:36 AM
The 2011 St. George Parade of homes running Febuary 18th-27th will feature this Luxury Home in Stone Cliff Estates. 2063 S. Cobalt Dr, St. George, UT. 84790. St. George is a fabulous place to visit and this home show should not be missed. Make sure to put this fine Luxury Home in St. George, UT. on your list of must see Estates. TOUR THIS PROPERTY NOW! A league of it's own, this St. George, Utah estate boasts only the highest quality of materials throughout. For only $3,500,000 you get this massive estate home featuring over 11,000 Sq. Ft., 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, (2 comments)
How to Choose Your Salt Lake City Dream Home. - 02/10/11 02:30 AM
Finding your dream home in Salt Lake City, Sandy, Draper, Holladay, South Jordan, West Jordan, Park City, Bountiful, Murray or Alpine can be an exciting endeavor. If you are just moving to a new location and are unsure of where to begin looking, it might also be a bit overwhelming. Here are a few tips on how to make your home buying in Utah a bit less daunting: Start With Location The first step to picking the right home is the location. Once you know what neighborhoods you feel fit your family best, you can start to narrow down the specifics (4 comments)
The Biggest Mistake by Sellers - 02/07/11 02:26 AM
When the average Utah home seller sits down to interview real estate agents, it's easy to get caught up in the excitement over choosing a sales price. General consensus is, more money means more financial opportunities for the homeowner. Perhaps it means the seller can afford to buy a more expensive home, help pay for a child's college education or take that greatly overdue vacation. Unfortunately, uninformed sellers often choose the Salt Lake City listing agent who suggests the highest list price, which is the worst mistake a seller can make. The truth is it doesn't really matter how much money (0 comments)
Getting ready to sell your Salt Lake City bungalow, Sandy tudor, Draper home, Holladay mansion, Park City estate, Herriman ranch or the like? The following tips will help guide you in the necessary repairs that will allow for the maximum sales price.
(French Country Cottage in the Cottonwoods) Quick fixes, such as burned out light bulbs, clean windows, inside and outside of doors wiped down and decluttered, before selling a home always pay off, but which repairs bring the biggest return? Specific answers to this often-asked question largely depend on a variety of factors such as: Time of (3 comments)
Is it Better to Build Your Dream Home or Buy Existing Luxury Homes For Sale? - 02/01/11 08:47 PM
Looking to begin house hunting in Salt Lake City, Sandy, Draper, Holladay, South Jordan, West Jordan, Herriman, Murray, Bountiful, Park City or surrounding areas? Don't delay, as the possibility of owning your luxury dream home is now feasible. There will be many opinions as to whether a new home for sale or a resale home is better. The available options in this Utah real estate market may be daunting, but if you make a list of your priorities that are most important to you and your family to pass along to your Realtor, it will be a tremendous help in narrowing (2 comments)
Smart Tips for Buying Luxury Homes For Sale - 02/01/11 02:20 AM
Despite the doom and gloom the media portrays regarding today’s real estate market, several unique opportunities exist for home buyers, in particular, luxury home buyers. While home prices across the country have dropped or stabilized to varying degrees, luxury home prices have been slashed, in many cases, as the market for such high-end properties has dwindled in challenging economic times. This presents a great opportunity, for those who have the financial resources, to purchase a luxury home that might have been completely out of their range just a few years ago. Purchasing a luxury property in Salt Lake City, however, is (4 comments)
Utah Cities Show Price Gains in Salt Lake County Real Estate Market. - 02/01/11 01:55 AM
The Salt Lake Tribune reported on Jan. 28, 2011 that there are signs of improvement in Salt Lake Valley's residential real estate market, which has been mired in one of the worst downturns ever.Although single-family homes for sale prices in Salt Lake County were down 4 percent in the fourth quarter, there were several cities that saw house price gains. They included: Draper homes for sale (84020) up 7 percent; West Jordan homes for sale (84081) up 6 percent; Sandy homes for sale (84092) up 12 percent; Herriman homes for sale (84096) up 10 percent; Salt Lake City homes for sale (0 comments)
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