November 2009

Found 5 blog entries for November 2009.

How well did the housing market do last month? I think these figures speak for themselves:


Compared to last October, Salt Lake County had over 23% more homes sell.

  Ever Since May, Utah County has had more homes sell this year than last year. In fact only three months in 2009 have had less homes sell than 2008!

 

Davis County also had a 23% increase in home sales from last October.

 


Unbelievable! Tooele County had 58% more homes sold in October 2009 than October 2008!

 

For the 1st time this year Weber County has had more homes sell than a year ago. October had a 22% increase in home sales over last year!

  Here is the total number of homes sold in the preceding counties!
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The First Time Home Buyer Tax credit was scheduled to end December 1st of this year. However, due to the success of the program, and it’s positive effect on the economy, the Government has voted to extend the program and make more Free Money available.

What does this mean for you?

First time home buyers, who weren’t able to get a home this year, still have a few months to get up to $8,000 to assist with the purchase of their home. The income limit has beenincreased making the credit available to some home buyers who may not have qualified for the previous grant. Perhaps the biggest improvement of this program is extending the credit to all home buyers! Home owners who have been living in their home for 5 consecutive years also qualify for Free Grant

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Top Places to Buy/Sell a Home in Utah this November!

Economic improvement and recovery start in hot spots and then spread to other areas of the valley. These hot spots are the areas that will get top dollar for their home. Purchasing a home in one of these hot spots gives you a front row seat to economic recovery.

1. Salt Lake City Zip 84105
Sales History Map of current Homes for Sale

2. Salt Lake City Zip 84109 Price Range: $200K - $250K
Sales History Map of Current Homes for Sale

3. Salt Lake City Zip 84108 Price Range: $100K - $200K
Sales History Map of Current Homes for Sale

4. Salt Lake City Zip 84054 Price Range: $100K - $200K
Sales History Map of Current Homes for Sale

5. Draper Zip 84020 Price Range: $100K - $200K
Sales History Map of

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The First Time Home Buyer Tax credit was scheduled to end December 1st of this year. However, due to the success of the program, and it's positive effect on the economy, the Government has voted to extend the program and make more Free Money available.

What does this mean for you?

First time home buyers, who weren't able to get a home this year, still have a few months to get up to $8,000 to assist with the purchase of their home. The income limit has been increased making the credit available to some home buyers who may not have qualified for the previous grant. Perhaps the biggest improvement of this program is extending the credit to all home buyers! Home owners who have been living in their home for 5 consecutive years also qualify for Free

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It baffles me, online sites are charging for foreclosure info!

Recently I had an article come across my desk about those who are tricked into paying a fee for information that they could get for free. I couldn't believe it! I getforeclosure information for free. Not only do I get it for free but I give it to my clients for free.

In the past I have had people who purchased this information from these type of sites bring me the information they paid for. When they gave it to me I was amazed with how much of the info was incorrect.

Here is the complete article I came across. The article talks about how some people use deceptive online practices to trick buyers into paying monthly fees.

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