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Real Estate Agent - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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2011 

REAL ESTATE ANALYSTS SAY HOUSING IS ON ITS WAY BACK UP! Analysts at both Standard & Poor's and Barclays Capital agree that the uptick in home resales last month is a favorable sign of things to come. Because pending home sales — an indicator of future activity — were up in February, S&P believes...
04/28/2011
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...
04/18/2011
The Salt Lake City homebuyer today wants it all! Just a few of the items today's Salt Lake City real estate homebuyer is seeking: a home for sale in great condition with rooms that can do double duty. Areas that mingle indoor and outdoor living -- patios, porches, decks and outdoor rooms -- are ...
04/12/2011
A partial shutdown of the federal government was avoided late Friday night, when Democrats and Republicans agreed on a budget deal and a short-term funding extension little more than an hour before the deadline. The extension cuts spending by $2 billion and will last through next Friday, April 15...
04/11/2011
It's important for homebuyers to be reminded that all homes-old or new-need ongoing maintenance. Consider the 1% rule. This rule postulates that normal maintenance on a Salt Lake City home is about 1% of the value of the home per year. For example, a $350,000 Draper home would require $3,500 per ...
04/05/2011
 skip to main | skip to sidebar Secrist Safari Home Tours! VISIT OUR WEBSITE!! “Safari Home Tour” open house events will feature premiere homes on the market all Summer long! For updated schedule go to www.lindasecrist.com KICKOFF IS TOMORROW, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2011 1-4PM  LINDA SECRIST - LINDA...
04/01/2011
SARATOGA SPRINGS -- A $20 million pipeline will secure a badly-needed culinary water source for northwest Utah County and has Fortune 500 companies eyeing property for a new place to grow. City and county officials alluded to a future economic boom at a Wednesday groundbreaking ceremony for the ...
04/01/2011
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