November 2010

Found 3 blog entries for November 2010.

Trax is opening in Daybreak Aug 7th

TRAX UTA Q & A Open House: Tuesday november 16, 2010 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Daybreak comunity Center room A.

TRAX is coming to Daybreak in 2011! UTA has set the opening of its new Mid-Jordan TRAX line for operation August 7 of next year. to best allocate limited bus funding and prepare for service in our area, UTA has planned a series of informal open houses to meet with residents and get feedback. come to the first to have questions answered and share your thoughts.

UTA, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), Kennecott Land Company, and the cities of Murray, Midvale, West Jordan and South Jordan are active partners on the Mid-Jordan Light Rail Transit (LRT)

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FHA's reserves are high, their defaults are low, and the average borrower's credit score is 720. So why did FHA recently change premiums? Because of an upcoming audit. They are worried about how the audit is going to turn out.

If the audit turns out good:

  1. They can show that government involvement in loans has been a good thing.
  2. They can show that the private sector's loans of no docs and stated income is what caused the market to go down.

FHA is striving to show that low down full docs are safe. They want to show the private market how to reduce risk and still give more loans.

Their current worry is lenders making their own rules! Lenders have been setting their own guidelines because they are afraid they may be required to buy back bad

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Now is a great time to buy! But what if you already own a home? The overall market may be down, but some homes can still attract buyers willing to pay what your home is worth. What makes these homes resistant to the recession? As the adage goes: “location, location, location!”

By tracking the areas with the highest demand we know which homes will sell well this month. If you live in one of these areas, now is the time to sell so you can take advantage of the other great deals around the state. The low interest rates won't last forever, and will likely increase soon. If you live in one of these hot spots*, now is the time to list your home and start looking for a new home to purchase.

1. Alpine, Zip 84004           Price Range: $300K – $350K

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