Buyer Lost to An All Cash Offer? Wow, the real estate market in Salt Lake County is hot right now.  It may not be as crazy as the Bay Area, but it sure does feel like it.  As of today, March 11th 2020, there are only 1,215 active residential properties listed in the county.  That’s 44% lower than last year, and is […]
Home Improvement Planning the First Renovation on My New Home What was the last thing you procrastinated on?  Or even delayed because there were more interesting or easier things to do?  Well I have found the first major procrastination for my new 70s home.  Our downstairs bathroom.  It makes me cringe every time I think about it and almost every time I step into it. […]
Buyer What I’m Looking for When I Buy a Home One of the things a good real estate professional will do when they sit down with a new client is have a “Probing” session.  During this conversation what we’re looking to uncover are “Benefits” of the “Features” that you’re looking for, to help you “Crystallize” on what’s important to you. So, let’s explain with an […]
Seller Is Homie Good or Bad? I had a colleague respond to me today, after I asked to catch up, with only the statement he intended to use “Homie” in his next real estate transaction.  To say the least it was a little frustrating trying to figure out how to respond.  Yes, I am a Realtor®, but I’m also a person […]
Buyer Winter Vacation Properties Interesting title for a first post?   Well, it’s one on the top of my mind, not only because I had a vacation property in Park City, but I spent Saturday showing properties to someone who was interested in at least the idea. As an winter enthusiast, isn’t this how the conversation goes: “Man that was […]
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