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First time home buyers in Logan, Utah - 11/23/09 05:40 PM
I really enjoy helping first time home buyers in Logan, Utah. I have been in Real Estate for 5 years now and more than half of my clients are first time home buyers. Now is a great time to buy with all of the great incentives out there. Please let me know if you have any questions about the first time home buyer tax credit. You can't go wrong with the tax credit and the great prices on logan utah real estate. It is free for you to use a REALTOR to buy a home so feel free to call me anytime if you are (0 comments)
Upper Ogden Valley, UT - 2nd Quarter 08-09 - 11/20/09 02:15 PM
Great Real Estate Stats Via Alan Barker - Utah Homes (Cornerstone Real Estate): The towns of Eden, Huntsville and Liberty are feeling the crunch. Only 8 homes in the Upper Ogden Valley sold, which is only 3 less than what sold during the second quarter of 2008. The worst part is that there are 170 homes listed on the market, rocketing inventory to over 5 years. Both Median and average sold price of Upper Ogden Valley Real Estate dropped 34%, bringing sold price into the $200,000 range. Sellers currently have median and average home prices over 50% higher, taking prices into the one-half (0 comments)
Starting your search online - 11/20/09 12:51 PM
Homes for sale in Logan Utah Via Toni Dorigatti (Cornerstone Real Estate Professionals): I once heard a study that 90% of home buyers first go online when looking for a home. Whether that is proven satistic or not I would have to agree. It only makes sense in this day and age that you first start looking for a home online. The internet is an important tool for both home buyers and home sellers. It is good to be able to look at multiple homes all within one click. You are able to get the right idea of what you are looking for (0 comments)
Via Alan Barker - Utah Homes (Cornerstone Real Estate): For the first half of the year, Cache Valley Real Estate sales were down compared with 2008. During the third quarter, they were also down, but less down. Sounds a bit like the national unemployment statistics. The third quarter is traditionally has the highest volume of real estate sales in Cache Valley. Well during the third quarter of this year, Cache Valley Ut Home Sales were down 5.65%. 317 Cache County Homes sold compared with (0 comments)
Via Alan Barker - Utah Homes (Cornerstone Real Estate): Yesterday at our weekly office meeting we had representatives of Prestige Home Tending come tell us about their services. This caught me as a great idea, something that can be very valuable for people who have already relocated and are still trying to sell, as well as for people who want really cheap rent for really nice homes. Right now there are thousands of vacant homes in Utah, especially of the more expensive variety. Vacant (0 comments)
Via Alan Barker - Utah Homes (Cornerstone Real Estate): October was a good month for real estate in Logan Utah, the third best month of the year to be exact. For Cache County as a whole, we broke triple digits for the number of homes sold. Home sales were up by 10% compared with last month, and up by more than 6% compared with October of last year. From an analysis of the home sales statistics, it is obvious that a good number of (1 comments)
Via Alan Barker - Utah Homes (Cornerstone Real Estate): October was a good month for real estate in Logan Utah, the third best month of the year to be exact. For Cache County as a whole, we broke triple digits for the number of homes sold. Home sales were up by 10% compared with last month, and up by more than 6% compared with October of last year. From an analysis of the home sales statistics, it is obvious that a good number of (0 comments)
Via John Neil (Wasatch Mortgage Solutions): When you are buying a home you can't always rely on your loan officer to tell you what you can afford. The fact is that what you can qualify for and what you are comfortable with can be two very different things. To find out if you are truly comfortable with a potential monthly payment there are a few things that you should do... Develop a Realistic BudgetYou should develop a monthly budget and write down every single monthly (0 comments)
Via John Neil (Wasatch Mortgage Solutions): Utah First Time Home buyer: 10 Dos and Don'ts! 1. Do hire a real estate agent: Hiring a real estate agent won't cost you anything (in the state of Utah the real estate agents commission is paid by the seller) and it could save you a ton of money. A good real estate agent will not only make sure the transaction goes smoothly but that you don't get taken advantage of. 2. Do get a home inspection: A (0 comments)
Via Shane Calder - Logan Utah Real Estate (Cornerstone RE): The 2009 Providence Utah real estate market has been fairly consistent with the seasons of the market. The October average Providence Utah home stayed on the 96 days. That is the best month since March! Every other month this year besides March and October have seen average numbers over the century mark. Hopefully this trend continues downward.
Via Shane Calder - Logan Utah Real Estate (Cornerstone RE): Providence Utah real estate price per square foot has been extremely up and down over the past year. Surprisingly, January and February were the highest months this year with $99 per square foot each month. There were only 4 Providence Utah homes sold in January and 3 sold in February. The reason why the price per square foot was so high is that the homes that were sold were higher end, newer homes. The average Providence (0 comments)
Via Logan Utah Real Estate (Kaleb Kunz - Cornerstone Real Estate Professionals): The Fed has decided to extend the current $8000 first time home buyer credit that is supposed to expire as of Novermber 30, 2009. Both the Senate and House have approved the bill and now all that is left is for President Obama to sign it which will probably take place on Friday. The new extension rules show that buyers have to have a contract on a home before May 1, 2010 (0 comments)
Via Logan Utah Real Estate (Kaleb Kunz - Cornerstone Real Estate Professionals): Cache Valley Real Estate Market Update: For the past 5 months home sales in Cache Valley have consistently been around 100 which is a huge improvement from the first 5 months of the year. November is also shaping up to be a great month because of the push from first time home buyers to get closed before the $8000 tax credit may end. The gap between the average list to sales price is a little wider....but this isn't showing the list - sales price of a single home....it's simply (1 comments)
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