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By Ron Erkson, AB, GRI, ABR
(Windermere/ErksonRealty)
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While visiting a friend's home recently, I noticed a saying that had been stenciled on the wall in big letters: "A House is Built with Boards and Beams, A Home is Built with Love and Dreams."     I love the idea that a house - the actual edifice - can become more when filled with people. But the ...

By Natalie Southwick
(Aspen Creek Realty)
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A recap of our real estate activty last month. Total Single Family Listings Total Condo Listings Total New Listings In July Average Price of New Listings # Single Family Home Sales July Average Sale Price Single Family # Condo Sales July Average Sale Price Condo Average Days On Market 7022 1601 2...

By Natalie Southwick
(Aspen Creek Realty)
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Habitat for Humanity is teaming up with the Home Depot Foundation to build homes that meet the green standards all across the nation. It is scheduled to launch in May 2009 where over the next 5 years some 5,000 homes are proposed to be built in Salt Lake, about 17% of the homes Habitat for Humani...

By Gordon Sloan, Salt Lake Homes For Sale, Salt Lake Real Estate
(Group1 Real Estate, selling houses in Salt Lake City Utah )
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The headlines screamed UTAH NO.10 IN FORECLOSURES. Later it mentioned that Salt Lake, was ranked #89 among the nations Metro areas. I don't know how that is possible, but I never was very good at math, or for that matter conceptual thought. I will puzzle on it and maybe let you know, (if I don't ...

By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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We all know that the Real Estate Market in Salt Lake City is substantially down from last year, but in many areas and price ranges the market isn't that bad. Homes are with moderate and low prices are still selling quickly. From June's sales numbers, it also looks like the market may already be i...

By Carol Judd, Vernal Utah Real Estate
(New Star Real Estate)
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I have to share the cute photos as my grandchildren enjoy splashing at the Gateway Shopping Area of Salt Lake City.  Every half hour the water plays to the music and the kids were grooving. The children love to see if their feet can stop the sprays of water and The cresendo of water at the end of...

By Natalie Southwick
(Aspen Creek Realty)
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Both nationally and here in Utah, the real estate market is changing and so is the mortgage market.  Over the last year or so the number of Utah foreclosures have been increasing and there is always a headline about the mortgage crunch.  As Utah real estate consumers, residents, and homeowners, w...

By Natalie Southwick
(Aspen Creek Realty)
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It is impossible to list all the amazing things about this Farmer’s Market in Salt Lake. Being a realtor in the Salt Lake area I see what kind of pull and attraction it has for Salt Lake homeowners, residents and prospective real estate purchasers. It is one of the larger Farmer’s Markets in the ...

By Carol Judd, Vernal Utah Real Estate
(New Star Real Estate)
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I ran into the Rock Pick Legends Rock Shop in Salt Lake City  just before they closed on Wednesday  to pick up some polishing grit for our tumblers and ended up buying a great deal on used polisher, grinder and saw set combo. Check out their website on equipment and rocks they offer.  There are s...

By Debbie Hodrick, PMP
(Crystal Coast)
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The Gateway in Salt Lake is what all other new developments in Utah compare themselves to. "It will be just like the Gateway" they say. What is the Gateway????? It is mixed use on steroids. It is a mall turned inside out. It is like main street with one way traffic.  What does the Gateway have t...

By Benjamin Clark, Buyer's Agent - Certified Negotiation Expert
(Homebuyer Representation, Inc.)
Comments 1
Salt Lake City actually pulls in at Number 6 on Forbes' list of the top 10 Recession Proof Cities in the nation in a report posted on April 29th, 2008.  What factors led to it's top 10 placement? Median Home Price is up 2.5% Unemployment is low at 3.1% Education and Health Services are growing at...

By Benjamin Clark, Buyer's Agent - Certified Negotiation Expert
(Homebuyer Representation, Inc.)
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Last week Forbes.com put out a picture story about the best places in the United States to SELL your home. Here's what they said: The story makes a few interesting statements about Salt Lake's ecoonomy that I thought should be considered by anyone considering a move to the area, as well as by tho...

By Tony Fantis, Realtor,Principal Broker - Salt Lake City
(Fantis Group Real Estate)
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 Last year, more than 400,000 Realtors didn't sell a single home.  That's a lot.  And in my home state of Utah surrounding Salt Lake City, the average Realtor sold 1.3 homes.  What is going on?Put simply, there are too many Realtors.  It's too easy to get a license.  It takes less time to get a r...

By Natalie Southwick
(Aspen Creek Realty)
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Over the past few years national foreclosure statistics have been on the rise.  Whether reading the newspaper, watching the news, or surfing the internet, the number of foreclosures and short sales made headlines.  Due to our strong economy and desirable real estate locations, foreclosure trends ...

By Benjamin Clark, Buyer's Agent - Certified Negotiation Expert
(Homebuyer Representation, Inc.)
Comments 3
It will be interesting to see if the slowdown during the Fall (which causes numbers in the Winter to be lower) was as dramatic as it seemed. I'm curious if Spring and Summer might actually do very well due to many hesitant and fence-sitting Buyers who are now confidently purchasing homes again. I...

By Tony Fantis, Realtor,Principal Broker - Salt Lake City
(Fantis Group Real Estate)
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High on the hill with the celebrity types in Arlington HillsHigh above the University of Utah next to the Avenues and Upper Avenues lies Arlington Hills, a luxury neighborhood with a few celebrities.  Arlington Hills offers a variety of home styles, while prices range from roughly $500,000 to $1....

By Tony Fantis, Realtor,Principal Broker - Salt Lake City
(Fantis Group Real Estate)
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Pure as the driven snow?  Hardly.Salt Lake City gets a bad rap, and it makes me sad.  Heck, I moved here with no intentions of staying (I only wanted to ski the Greatest Snow on Earth) and 17 years later here I am.  Why, you ask? I thought you might.Well, Salt Lake City is quite liberal and diver...

By Tony Fantis, Realtor,Principal Broker - Salt Lake City
(Fantis Group Real Estate)
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Too close to call?I've always loved the neighborhood around 9th and 9th.  It's one of Salt Lake's great walking communities with locally owned shops and some great food, coffee, and movies.So what's going on with real estate in that area?  Let's start with some County statistics and narrow it dow...

By Salt Lake City Real Estate
(Jen and Hannah)
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By Salt Lake City Real Estate
(Jen and Hannah)
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Salt Lake County is an incredibly diverse valley full of every amenity imaginable. You can go 15 minutes in any direction and find great shopping, resturaunts, theaters, museums, hiking trails, incredible canyons as well as world renowned skiing. The Salt Lake Valley was settled in the late 1800'...

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