Found 5 blog entries for May 2010.
These announcements are not official yet! They should come out with official statements in the next few weeks.
1) The Rural Housing Program
The current delinquency rates on Rural Housing loans are at a 10 year low! Due to this success the government wants to keep the program running.…
It has finally happened. We have passed the dealine for the $8,000/$6,500 tax credit. However, there is still time for "qualified service members" to take advantage of the program. The government has extended the tax credit to April 30, 2011 for any "member of the uniformed services of the U.S. military, a member of the Foreign Services of the U.S., or an employee of the intelligence community."
This extension is to honor and respect the sacrifice and services these individuals have provided for our country. It is also in consideration of the possibility that these individuals were stationed oversees during the tax credit and have had no opportunity to take advantage of the program.
Because of the nature of their service there has been an additional…
Summer is a great time to Buy/Sell a Home in Utah!
Knowing when and where to sell & purchase a home is vital to Real Estate success. The demand is highest in Utah’s Hot Spots! These locations are the zip codes and prices ranges that had the most demand and highest success last month. 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 84117 Price Range: $100K – $200K
Sales History Current Homes for Sale
2. Lindon, Zip 84042 Price Range: $100K – $200K
Sales History Current Homes