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    + 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

    Why Use a Buyer’s Agent?

    By Ali Wheeler | August 2, 2017

    Having a buyer’s agent is FREE to the buyer. Some people think they can save money by not using a buyer’s agent. In most cases, this is simply not true; and in fact, it is usually just the opposite. In residential real estate, the commission is usually paid by the seller whether or not a... Read More

    Renovations That Can Increase Your Home Value

    By Ali Wheeler | June 20, 2017

    In Southern Utah, it is very popular to renovate homes. Why not get the most value out of your home if you are renovating it? Check out our Top 10 Tips as to what renovations increase the value of your home! Tip #1 INSPECT YOUR HOME: Not all home improvements are cosmetic. Hire an inspector... Read More

    When to Know You’ve Outgrown Your Home

    By Ali Wheeler | June 12, 2017

    How do you know when it’s time to move out of your current home and find a new one? You could be in a different place in your life than when you previously settled down in your current living space. Families expand, communities evolve, and careers change which can lead you to a new home... Read More

    How to Establish the True Value of Your Home

    By Ali Wheeler | June 5, 2017

    In Southern Utah, the temperatures are increasing and so is the real estate market! Are you planning on putting your house up for sale this summer? If so, it is important to get a good estimate of what your home is currently worth. If you are using a realtor, he or she will most likely offer... Read More

    Renting VS. Buying in 2017

    By Ali Wheeler | May 30, 2017

    Buying a home is now more affordable than renting in most places, but there could be changes on the way. According to the ATTOM Data Solutions 2017 Rental Affordability Report, which analyzed data from 540 counties nationwide, buying a home is the more affordable housing option in 66 percent of the markets, up from 58... Read More