• Today, we’re going to address a problem we’re seeing here on the Wasatch Front. Many empty nesters - couples whose kids have moved from the house and are looking to make a move - have been hesitant to sell their homes in the last 6 months. The reasoning behind this is they are waiting for the market to rebound so they can get top dollar for their home. However, many of these empty nesters don’t realize that the market has changed and their property values have likely gone up.

  • Recently, our buyer team has put together a coat drive to collect jackets and coats for the Road Home Shelter here in Salt Lake City. The goal is to collect as many coats as possible for those less fortunate than ourselves. It’s going to be a cold winter, and we don’t want anyone to be without the proper protection.

  • We’ve had the privilege of working with so many great people over that last few years, and today we want to say thanks for all the support. We are grateful you, your families, and your friends have chosen us to represent you during your real estate transactions, so we want to show you how much we appreciate it.

  • With summer coming to an end, many buyers who wanted to find a home before school starts have left the market. Because of this, sellers have a tendency to leave the market as well - they feel it’s better to wait until the spring selling season.

  • We came across a CNN Money article the other day in which an expert described the real estate market as a “crapshoot.” He explained that there is no guarantee that home prices will continue to rise, so investing in real estate is essentially a gamble. In a sense, he’s right - market conditions are ultimately unpredictable. But the fact that there are no guarantees in real estate doesn’t mean you can’t make a safe bet.

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