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It’s foggy outside and Christmas is upon us. No snow on the ground in the valley and most tend to take it easy the week before and after Christmas.
Usually December and January are the slowest months of the year in Real Estate. Family, shopping and taxes tend to take priority over shopping for a new home during these two months. This December I’ve been extremely busy, matter of fact 2009 was a record breaking year for me in Real Estate.
Consumer confidence is rising and in many experts opinions, the worst is behind us. 2008 was a rough year for many types of businesses including Real Estate. Lenders stopped dishing out money, consumers were scared and inventory built up to record levels. That was 2008 and most of my colleagues agree 2009 showed signs of improvement and 2010 is shaping up to be even better.
I’m sure most of you have heard through the media the two main reasons it’s such a good time to buy right now. The $8,000 tax credit and interest rates being so low! Well there are other reasons to act now. Let me elaborate…
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Regardless if you are in the market or not, thank you for reading! I wish you all a wonderful holiday season and an even better new year.
A new flight simulator feature has been added to zoomUTAH.com allowing Buyers to get a birds eye view on any home listed for sale.
This interactive program enables Buyers to fly over a property of interest and use their keyboard to navigate around and check out the surrounding areas.
You can see a demo of this new feature by visiting: http://www.zoomutah.com/zoomflight/launch.php?mls=865608
We would love your feedback on this feature and would also like to learn how this feature can be more helpful!