Is there anyone out there thinking of moving to Cedar City? Well, you should at least think about. Why? Some of you may ask. Because I said so, not really, there are some really great reasons to move to Cedar City. This is a post that I am going to visit a few more times. I like to keep my Active Rain Posts short and easy to read.
One of the main reasons to move to Cedar City is the opportunity to work with us! No, seriously, we bring nearly 20 years of Real Estate experience to the table. Both Darcy and I were in the business prior to the “Boom” years and the subsequent Bust that followed. Another reason to choose us, we know the area.
We may not have been born here, but that doesn’t mean that we, me in particular, didn’t spend a lot of time during our growing up years here. I don’t know how many who were born here can say that they have 5 generations of their family buried in Iron County. I know that I have 5 generations buried in the Parowan Cemetery.
I say that not to say that is a reason to choose us as your Realtors, but to combat the thought that because we chose to live here as adults rather than living here because it is the only home that we have ever known we shouldn’t be considered as knowing the area.
Okay, enough of writing about our qualifications as Realtors for now. There are many, many other reasons to consider a move to Cedar City. The scenery around here is outstanding and other than Interstate 15 on long weekends, we have virtually no traffic to speak of. We also have little or no pollution to deal with.
We enjoy all 4 seasons of the year, which means snow in the winter and heat in the summer, and everything in between. The good news is that we don’t get as hot as Saint George in the summer and when it does get real cold in the Winter, Saint George is only an hour away!
Looking across the Cedar Valley from Cedar Mountain
Hot Air Balloons Cedar City
Lighthouse at the Providence Center Cedar City