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    Washinginton Utah

    By Kyle Wipf | May 8, 2024

    What’s Happening in Southern Utah: Washington – Telegraph Street [2024 Update] Discover the Latest Developments in Washington, Utah’s Telegraph Street Corridor Southern Utah is buzzing with new developments, especially in Washington along the Telegraph Street corridor. Here’s a comprehensive guide to the recent and upcoming highlights in Washington, Utah: Telegraph Marketplace: Retail Buzz on Telegraph... Read More

    Black Desert Resort

    By Admin | April 23, 2024

    The video titled “What’s Happening in Southern Utah: Black Desert Resort” by Macrae Heppler, uploaded on January 18, 2023, provides an update on the developments at the Black Desert Resort in Southern Utah. Macrae Heppler is joined by Patrick Manning, the managing partner of the resort, as they explore the construction site, which includes a... Read More

    Rent Or Buy? — Which Makes More Sense?

    By Rachel Jessop | October 20, 2018

    Some people don’t think buying a home here in St George makes sense. They feel like renting is a smarter move. The housing market conditions here in Washington County play a part in that. On the other hand, some people think renting doesn’t make any sense. In the St George area… the rental rates for... Read More

    9 Scary Things Real Estate Agents Fear Hearing

    By Rachel Jessop | October 15, 2018

    When you’re in the business of helping people buy and sell homes — arguably the largest investment of their lives — it goes without saying that there’s a lot at stake. While our Diamond Group real estate agents here in the St George area are typically unflappable pros who, in many cases, have experienced just... Read More

    No Down Payment? No Problem! You May Qualify To Buy A House With A Down Payment of $0

    By Rachel Jessop | October 13, 2018

    Most potential homeowners believe that in order to purchase a home they’ll need to come up with at least 20% for the down payment. And with the median price of homes in the US at $240,900, that’s a whopping $48,000. For many, coming up with that kind of cash just isn’t possible. In the Greater... Read More

    24 Super Creative Jack-O’-Lantern Ideas You Should Try This Halloween

    By Rachel Jessop | October 12, 2018

    It’s that time again. Soon, the cutest ghouls and goblins in Washington County will be prancing from door to door in St George neighborhoods asking for tricks or treats. Here’s some inspiration to make the carvings in front of your home stand out from the rest! 1. This image is based on Jack from “The... Read More

    + Water Issues and Water Fees!

    By Rachel Jessop | March 22, 2018

    In St George real estate, water can be pretty important!  After all we are in a desert!  Are you aware that today is World Water Day? Most of us won’t recognize it, or celebrate it. It got me thinking, though… In buying real estate, one of the things we see come up in home inspections... Read More

    Selling a home is as easy as pi… or is it?

    By Rachel Jessop | March 14, 2018

    For whatever reason, most of us are aware of “Pi”. We don’t normally think of it in relaying to buying a home in St George…. but stick with me. Mostly we just think of pi as that number that goes on and on forever, with no end or solution. And we just know it as... Read More

    Home Buying Checklist for First Time Buyers

    By Ali Wheeler | August 28, 2017

    Owning a home is what you dream of when you think of your future. It is also one of the biggest investments most of us will make. We want you to go into this process fully prepared so you can get the home of your dreams! Southern Utah is one of the best places to... Read More

    Sand Hollow State Park

    By Ali Wheeler | August 8, 2017

    With its warm, blue waters and red sandstone landscape, Utah’s newest state park is also one of its most popular. If you want the full effect of Southern Utah, Sand Hollow State Park is the place to be. It has draw dropping views of Utah’s red mountains, friendly citizens of Southern Utah, and it is... Read More