Have a Heart Home Key Ceremony!

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors event

Everyone is Invited!! Please join us on Wednesday, January 31st at 3:00pm for the Have a Heart Home Key Ceremony! We will be presenting a deserving family with the key to their brand New Home! Light refreshments will be served. We would like to thank Mainline Construction, Layton City, the Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association and the Community Outreach Committee for making this a possibility! For more information on Have a Heart or how to get involved, visit: www.nwaor.com When: Wednesday, January 31st Time: 3:00pm Address: 1710 Alfred Drive in Layton.

Mortgage Options in 2018

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice

Home prices are rising in Northern Utah according to Utah Realtors. In Davis County, the median sales price rose 9 percent to $272,500 during the first 10 months of 2017. The trend was similar in Weber County with an increase of 11 percent to $205,000. Prices in Morgan County, where sales volumes are lower, remained flat at $390,000. While home prices likely won’t rise as quickly next year, they will still be up about 4 percent statewide in 2018, according to CoreLogic. While the gain is good for existing owners, it presents challenges for those who want to buy. With more expensive homes, buyers need to save more cash for down payments and qualify for larger loans. Higher prices also …

WHAT ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEYS WANT REALTORS TO KNOW

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice

Real estate transactions can be unpredictable, especially if the previous property owner has passed away and the transaction involves the trust or estate of the deceased. As estate planning attorneys, we have encountered multiple deceased-owner cases where realtors have taken their eye off the ball and landed their clients and themselves in an unnecessary mess of one kind or another. However, the good is that all realtors can take some very basic precautions, utilizing tools already at their disposal, and come up smelling like roses at the closing table. Here’s how. Ask good questions, be a good listener and use the preliminary title report as the foundation for a successful transaction. On the seller side, make sure that the people …