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Check out our new listing in Robert's Ranch
Stunning custom home in coveted neighborhood of Robert's Ranch-quiet & peaceful w/ tree lined streets. For the toy lover: 3-car attached garage, & huge 1,200sqft detached garage. Built w/ high quality finishes, custom hand-painting, fine attention to detail. Gorgeous kitchen, large guest suite, craft room, exercise room, & home theater. Large covered patio and private backyard w/ views. Must see!
Fully finished basement with large family room and kitchenette, tons of storage, and second laundry room. Home is ultra-efficient with spray foam insulation applied to attic, walls, floor trusses, and garage. Bedrooms and theater are built with sound-proofing materials.…
Check out our new listing in The Cliffs of Snow Canyon
Rare patio home available in the gated community of the Cliffs of Snow Canyon. Like new condition, awesome floor plan. Beautiful kitchen with professional grade appliances, large great room, 3 bedrooms, including large master and casita with kitchenette and separate entrance. Private back courtyard to enjoy the sun. Neighborhood pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, and yard maintenance for only $150/mo!
Check out our new listing in Eagle Rock
Bright, well maintained home in one of the most desired neighborhoods in town, Eagle Ridge. Home offers beautiful finishes and a great floor plan with white kitchen, 2 master bedrooms on the main floor, walk-out basement with 4 bedrooms and a second kitchen. Perfect location close to the hospital, shopping, golf, restaurants, etc.
- The Banks.Â A foreclosure takes place when an owner is unable to maintain their mortgage payments, and the property reverts to the creditor, which, often times, is a bank. These banks sometimes maintain listings of foreclosed properties on their websites. Check the listings of banks where you already have an account. You may be able to capitalize on the relationship you already have with them.
- A Little Legwork.Â If there's a particular neighborhood in which you'd
Other than marriage or the birth of a child, there are few life events that can compare to purchasing your first home. Despite the diverse lifetime aspirations among Americans, homeownership is one goal that is common across all social, cultural, and economic lines. Our homes are more than just our own private spaces, but they are symbols of security, individuality, and success.
The purchase of a home is the single biggest investment that the average person will make in their lives. When you put yourself through the process of submitting an offer, closing the deal, and signing a 20 or 30 year mortgage. you want to make sure you're making the best decision for yourself and your family.
It is no secret that the housing market has been erratic in recent…
A Rich History, With Dinosaurs
In 1861, Brigham Young, the president of the Church of the Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, began a cotton mission in St. George, Utah. During the same year, and around the beginning of the Civil War, Young established a settlement in Washington County, Utah. As a result, the area boasts deep religious roots, and a breadth of Civil…
A real estate agent can keep things real and honest for you. They will provide full disclosure and walk you through the process, explaining everything. Be sure to find the right real estate agent who will do more than help you locate luxury homes and take care of the confusing paperwork for you. It should be empowering and a learning experience.
The process starts with introductions to your agent, to…
St. George is one particular area with a lot of real estate that's worth investment. It's a city located in the southwestern part of Utah, right on the border of Arizona, and the county seat of Washington County. It's pleasantly populated, with (according to the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau) a population of 75,561. Plus, there is plenty of great golfÂ real estateÂ in St. George. The majority of golf properties in the U.S. are homes, town homes, and condos, and all are marked at astoundingly affordable rates.…
School boundaries aremajor factor in home-buying decision, survey finds
As kids begin to go back to school, a new survey is out that suggests location to schools is a major factor in peopleâ€™s home-buying experience.Â The survey done by Realtor.com states three out of five home buyers say school boundaries willÂ affect where they purchase a home.Â According to Realtor.com, almost 60% of home buyers would go over budget anywhere from 1% to 20% to obtain a home in their desired school boundaries while just over 40% would not.
For those home buyers that said school boundaries will affect where they purchase a home over 90% stated it was â€œimportantâ€ to â€œsomewhat importantâ€.Â Those same home buyers are also willing to give up several amenities…