Train Your Mind

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Class

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Business meeting – Nominations for Board of Director Candidates will be taken from the floor at this meeting. Board of Director Elections will take place September 15th – 30th.

Have a Heart Homes Helps Address the Crises in Affordable Housing

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice

Readers of this column and those of you who have been following other numerous media reports over the past few months know that there is a critical shortage of affordable housing in northern Utah. In fact, one recent report shows that Utah has a need for 43,000 affordable housing units, posing an almost insurmountable challenge. And while the affordable housing crises is especially acute right now, your local Realtors and Home Builders have been addressing the situation since 1998 with our Have a Heart Homes non-profit foundation. Nearly every year, Realtors and Home Builders in Northern Utah have secured an affordable lot, engaged a home builder, and raised funds to help offset the costs of construction. The general contractor and …

Breaking ground in Layton. Have A Heart Home today!

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors event

We were excited to break ground on our Layton Have A Heart Home today! Thank you to Mainline Construction, The Homebuilders Association, and the Community Outreach Committee! We are still currently accepting applications for this home. The application is available on our website HERE. Please email applications to

Navigating the Housing Shortage

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice, Update

Utah is one of the fastest-growing states in the nation. While that’s great news, it also means it’s a challenge for the supply of homes to keep up with the demand. There’s a housing shortage, and affordability is a big concern for those wanting to buy. A recent Associated Press study analyzed five years of data and found there’s a growing shortage of affordable housing in the Beehive State. Utah has reached the 3 million population mark and has one of the best economies in the nation, yet that growth has pushed up prices and limited the number of homes for sale. There was a five-year decline in housing inventory between 2012 and 2017. In Salt Lake City, the drop …