The 7th Annual Food For Funds – Food and Clothing Drive

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Northern Wasatch Association of REALTORS 7th Annual Food For Funds ~ Food and Clothing Drive Food and Clothing Drive September 14th to November 7th Main Event – Breakfast, Unloading & PR – November 8th at 7am – The Lantern House in Ogden There’s Nothing More Rewarding than Giving Back and Making a Difference in the Lives of the People in this Great Community. We as REALTORS have a special way of communicating with people, that’s what we are best at. We know how to reach out to those in need and we find great joy in doing so. It isn’t for the win, it isn’t for the notoriety, it is really about that one special moment of knowing you, your team and your community rolled up …

Tips for real estate transactions with solar panels

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice, Update

As energy prices rise and solar power becomes more affordable, more Utahns are considering installing solar panels on their homes. In fact, the national Solar Energies Industries Association ranks Utah No. 6 on its list of “Top 10 Solar States.” With the benefits of lower utility bills and improved air quality through clean energy, it’s easy to see why more than 35,000 Utah homes and businesses have installed solar panels. As solar becomes more popular, you may consider installing your own system or think about buying a home that already has solar. Either way, it’s important to ask a lot of questions and make sure you understand exactly what you’re buying. Along with the tips and information in this article, …

A variety of housing types needed to support affordable housing

Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors Advice, Update

Utah business leaders are working to bring more awareness to the issue of housing affordability. That’s because without new housing policies and efforts to build affordable homes, our children could find themselves paying more than $700,000 for a modest home. Those are the findings of a new report from the Kem Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah. The Salt Lake Chamber-commissioned study says home prices in the Salt Lake metro area have increased an average 5.7 percent annually over the past 26 years. In fact, since 1991, the increase in Utah home prices has been the fourth-highest in the country. Should similar increases continue over the next 26 years, prices could be $1.3 million in a generation or …

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 …