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Real Estate is a long term play.
Real Estate is a Long Term PlayLook at it in 10 year spans and you literally can't go wrongESPECIALLY in SLC We educate you on the market so you can make an informed decision when purchasing real estate. Want advice, have questions or just need to reach Utah Cribs? Schedule ... Read More
 
Mother-In-Law Apartments Approved!

Mother-In-Law Apartments Approved!

What Does This Mean For You?Join us on Facebook Live Friday @1:30 to discuss this ordinance and how it effects you. The Salt Lake City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance to allow accessory dwelling units, also known as mother-in-law apartments, citywide. “We have spent an enormous, an amazing amount ... Read More
 
Will the housing market survive the next economic slowdown?

Will the housing market survive the next economic slowdown?

The economic expansion that began in 2009 is the longest in American history. Bull markets cannot run forever and at some point in the future (potentially the near future) the economy will need to pause to take a breather. Like many of the clients I speak with, you may be ... Read More
 
Coming Soon: The Metro

Coming Soon: The Metro

Corner unit in The Metro. Walk out patios with views south and east, think morning cup of joe with unobstructed views of the sun rise over downtown SLC.  Photos are done, marketing is ready and you are getting a sneak peak.  Contact Utah Cribs before it goes!
 
Hidden Costs & Conflicts of Interest When Buying a Home

Hidden Costs & Conflicts of Interest When Buying a Home

This is a guest post written by Josh Mettle (NMLS #219996) of Fairway Mortgages.  Josh is an industry leading author and mortgage lender, specializing in financing physicians, dentists, CRNA, and physician assistants.  You can get more great physician real estate and physician mortgage advice here or by visiting his book site.  ... Read More
 
Millennials…

Millennials…

A recent article posted to CNBC.com stated that 70% of millennials regret buying their homes for the following reasons: Overspending on the downpayment Underestimating ongoing cost Settling for something that’s not quite right First of all, the taxonomy applied to generational groups is flawed. Generation Y is a specific (although ... Read More
 
What can you do?

What can you do?

    Lawrence Yun is the chief economist for the National Association of Realtors and in this months issue of the NAR magazine he addresses the issues around the rise of home prices and lack of inventory. To sum it up for you, prices are rising because of the only ... Read More
 
70 Months of Appreciation

70 Months of Appreciation

You’ve probably noticed that home prices have been increasing.  Since you are reading this, you are probably well informed on the market.  Nationally, this run started in May 2012 and hasn’t slowed.  For 70 months we have seen an increase in median home price, year over year.  This doesn’t mean ... Read More
 

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