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Though the number of bank-owned homes in Utah is down, as the shadow inventory is released on the market, we expect that number to more than double.  This video covers inventory specifically in Weber and Davis county as of 3/15/2012, with the highest inventory being in Ogden, Clearfield, and Layt...
03/16/2012
We've been talking quite a bit lately about the shadow inventory that we expect to hit the market here in Utah, and how we expect that it will have a negative affect on prices.   Depending on the "expert" economists you listen to, we should see a 3-13% drop in prices on a national level as the ma...
03/14/2012
Shadow inventory is on it's way, but how does Utah compare? What is my home worth in Utah?  The value of homes can vary drastically from city to city, so if you live in Bountiful, you shouldn't compare your home to homes in Kaysville, and if you live in North Ogden or Pleasant View, don't compare...
03/13/2012
So what's behind the large shadow inventory that's poised to hit our market in Utah? The Robo-Signing scandal, where banks signed foreclosure documents without reviewing them for accuracy. From Bountiful to North Ogden, Layton to Clinton, Salt Lake City to Brigham city, home values in Utah in eve...
03/09/2012
Check out this short video about Utah foreclosures, and how we compare to the rest of the nation!   We have seen an uptick in the number of foreclosures initiated over the past week in Bountiful, North Salt Lake, Centerville, Farmington, West Point, Clinton, Syracuse, Woods Cross, Layton, and Sou...
03/08/2012
Call 801-475-5000 or visit http://www.MyUtahHomeHunt.com for immediate assistance!   What is the value of my home in Utah?   Selling a home in Weber or Davis County, and getting the highest price possible, requires specific market knowledge about your area.   Layton is completely different than ...
03/06/2012
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