November 2019

Found 4 blog entries for November 2019.

Thinking of listing your home?  The following stats might convince you to list it sooner vs later.  The median price for a single family home rose by 7.5% compared to third quarter statistics from 2018.  The Salt Lake Board of Realtors released their Quarterly Housing Report and from July to September, the median price for a single family home was $381,500.  ($355,000 in 2018; $301,000 in 2016). 

All Wasatch Front counties, including Davis, Tooele, and Weber increased.  Below is a list of the highest median prices by zip code for the third quarter:

1. Avenues (84103) $663,500

2. Alpine (84004) $650,000

3. Emigration (84108) $630,000

4. Huntsville (84317) $581,220

5. Draper (84020) $564,337

6. Sandy (84029) $554,000

7. Eden

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There are numerous considerations to keep in mind when you’re searching for a home, both interior and exterior. For those who enjoy gardening, landscaping and other outdoor tasks, one particular area to look into when browsing properties: Is the lawn fake or real? At Daybreak Living, our real estate agents will help you find homes for sale based on any variety of specific needs, including lawn or outdoor elements. When we use the term “fake” lawn, we’re generally referring to synthetic grass that’s made to look and feel extremely similar to natural grass. It’s often used for play areas, putting greens, dog runs or several other specific purposes. Let’s go over some of the general pros and cons found in synthetic grass, plus whether a home featuring it

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Yep!  You read that correctly, Soda Row is getting a beach club! The Beach Club at Soda Row will be the new permanent location for canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards (SUP) rentals and offer a zero entry sandy beach.  Many of the docks that are currently in this location will be removed, the shoreline reshaped, and new sand added. The top of the boathouse will be an observation deck with a variety of seating areas, providing unobstructed views of Oquirrh Lake. (Sunscreen not included)!  Resident that bring their own portable watercraft are welcome to use this area as well. Construction will begin over the winter with a summer 2020 completion date (weather permitting).   

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Did you know that home inspectors do not have to be licensed in the state of Utah?  KSL interviews Utah Dave about this.  Click on the link to read the article. https://ksltv.com/422163/a-building-problem-home-inspectors-arent-licensed-in-utah/

 

 

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