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slc real estate: SIX Urgent Home Fixes NOT to be Ignored! - 09/24/11 12:34 PM
It is easy, especially in this economy, to be tempted to delay or even skip minor home maintenance repairs, cleaning jobs and inspections in your home. But don't be penny-wise and dollar-foolish. That $200 or $300 you save today could result in expenditures of $3,000 or even tens of thousands next month or next year if hidden problems in your home go unnoticed and become worse. Consider coughing up a little dough to take care of these small jobs before they morph into gigantic, expensive jobs later. 1. ANNUAL HVAC INSPECTION: Cost: $200-$300, depending on where you live. How often: (5 comments)
slc real estate: Best Time To Buy A House In 50 YEARS! ...says investment genius John Paulson - 04/19/11 03:05 AM
I enjoy reading predictions and advice from one of the most successful investors of this generation... especially when he talks about buying homes and that NOW is the best time to invest in homes, like Salt Lake City real estate! Take a look and read through the following story (as published in Forbes) and pass it along to your friends, family, colleagues, clients and investors. The more this news is spread, the better our Salt Lake City real estate market will become.
The following article was published in Forbes: It could be time to sell your low-yielding bonds and replace (3 comments)
slc real estate: Relocating To Holladay? What about Draper? - 01/15/11 11:43 PM
What is it about Draper Real Estate? I have noticed a trend in the last two years with my buyer's and leed generating programs. I receive a much higher percentage of in State Buyer's or Locals who are looking at homes for sale in Draper, Ut. My Relocation leeds and clients from out of State are much more apt on the initial consultation to inquire about Holladay Homes or Real Estate in Sandy. I know this trend has flaws. It may be the way we use the internet to market Homes. It could also be that we list more homes (0 comments)
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