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Cottonwood Heights, Utah Home Prices

Home Prices in Cottonwood Heights, Utah
Real estate market data for Cottonwood Heights, Utah provided by Kim Boekholder of Results Real Estate

 

We have seen continued success with listing prices slowly increasing  in the Cottonwood Heights area.  If you are considering buying a home in this area, you can still find deals, but having a good real estate agent who understands the market is a must.  Do not wait on the sidelines for too long, listings are starting to sell within a few days of hitting the market.  Sellers, to make sure you don’t overprice your home, you’ll want to have an agent that does a thorough market analysis before you put your home on the market.

Inventory is low, now would be a great time to get your home on the market
 To find out what you home is worth in the current market  call/text 801-580-5624 or email me.  Kim@ResultsRealEstateUtah.com

 

 

Cottonwood Heights Home Statistics

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Bungalows for sale in Salt Lake City, Utah

Bungalows for sale in Salt Lake City, Utah. The bungalow is a popular residential style. It originated around 1880.  They are easy to spot with their narrow, rectangular layout.  They are typically 1 to 1 1/2 stories.  Some of the bungalow styles feature Dormer windows and some have a small covered porch.

 

Bungalow for sale in Salt Lake County

Some of the popular areas for bungalows are the Avenues, Sugar House and Murray just to name a few.  Bungalows are scattered throughout Salt Lake County.  Size and price vary based on location and also condition.  I have seen some amazing bungalows in Salt Lake County.  I love all the fine details that the homes have vs. a newer style home.

Features in older homes

 

The homes are typically small so it was essential storage was planned out well.  I love all the built-in’s the homes feature!

Right now there are 236 active homes with the style listed as Bungalow.  The most expensive bungalow for sale in Salt Lake County is asking 3 Million, its a 1952 bungalow with 1926 sqft and 11.75 acres.  The least expensive bungalow for sale in Salt Lake County is asking 78,900 and was built in 1912.  The lot size for this home is .10 of an acre and square footage of the home 1043 sqft.

Built in cabinets

If you love this style of home and are looking to move to Salt Lake, relocate, downsize, upgrade or just change where you live give me  a call I would love to help you with your home purchase and show you all the cool Bungalows we have to offer in our market!

 

 

Bungalows for sale in Salt Lake

An important point for Sellers, you need to make sure you have an agent who knows how to price this style of home.  Knowledge is key when it comes to pricing a bungalow and knowing what it takes when listing an older home.

 

 

Give me a call 801-580-5624 I’m here to help!

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Cottonwood Heights, Utah Market Reports February 18th, 2015

Cottonwood Heights, Utah  Market Report and Homes For Sale Recap.    Utah has so many great areas with a variety of amenities and opportunities. Cottonwood Heights recently zoned in a small area that used to be in the unincorporated zone.  This area was located off of Creek Road.  There are a lot of changes in Cottonwood Heights.   If you have a question about any of the towns/cities in my reports, please give me a call 801-580-5624

Cottonwood Heights Utah

 

Currently Cottonwood Heights, Utah has 110   homes for sale.  

  • Lowest Price:  99,900
  • Highest Price: 6.5 million
  • Smallest Lot .01
  • Largest lot with home 1.48 acres
  • Garage Parking: Smallest = no garage
  • Garage Parking Most Available spots: 7
  • Price/Sqft:  Highest:  $656
  • Price/Sqft: Lowest:    $83
  • Oldest Home for sale: 1940
  • New Construction 6 homes currently available
  • Smallest Home for sale: 570 sqft
  • Largest Home for sale: 9900

There are 43 homes under contract which means there is an accepted offer between the buyers and sellers: it is still pending financing, appraisal and inspections in most cases.  (every situation is different and some have no contingencies while other will include additional contingencies not listed)

18  homes have sold in Cottonwood Heights over the last 30 days.  (Sold means the home has officially switched ownership, the loan /purchase has funded and recorded and is no longer under contract)

*2/18/2015*

 

Relocating to Utah? Give me a call:  801-580-5624 I would love to help….

Want to know what your home is worth? Call me I’m here to help! 801-580-5624

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Holladay, Utah 84124 Whats my home worth?

Home Prices in Holladay, Utah 84124  
Real estate market data for Holladay, Utah provided by Kim Boekholder of Results Real Estate

 


Holladay, Utah Home Prices

 

We have seen continued success with listing price increases on homes in Holladay, Utah.  If you are considering buying a home you can still find deals on homes in Holladay, but having a good real estate agent who understands the market is a must.  Do not wait on the sidelines for too long, listings are starting to sell within a few days of hitting the market.  Sellers, to make sure you don’t overprice your home, you’ll want to have an agent that does a thorough market analysis before you put your home on the market.

 To find out what you home is worth in the current market  call/text 801-580-5624 or email me.  Kim@ResultsRealEstateUtah.com

 

 

Holladay Home Statistics

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Riverton Utah Home Sold

12857 S Tortoise Lane, Riverton Utah….   SOLD 

 I LOVE THIS MARKET.  Sellers are able to put their homes on the market and have them sell quickly.   Home was put on the Market January 1st, settlement was February 11th.

If you are buyer in this market, make sure you are pre-approved before starting your home search. Homes are moving quickly.   Sellers if you are thinking about putting you home on the market, NOW IS THE TIME.   The weather in Utah is amazing right now, DON’T WAIT FOR SPRING…..  beat your competition to the market and start moving forward with your goals.  Want to know what your home is worth?  Give me a call 801-580-5624.

 

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Sandy, Utah Market Report and Homes For Sale Recap

Sandy, Utah Market Report and Homes for sale recap.  Utah has so many great areas with a variety of amenities and opportunities. We moved to Utah from Washington State back in the fall of 2002.  I wished I would have known more about the area and all the cities and towns before relocating.  If you have a question about any of the towns/cities in my reports, please give me a call 801-580-5624

Sandy Utah

 

Currently Sandy, Utah has 307  single family homes for sale.  

  • Lowest Price:  125,000
  • Highest Price: 4.999 million
  • Smallest Loy .01
  • Largest lot with home 6.90 acres
  • Garage Parking: Smallest = no garage
  • Garage Parking Most Available spots: 14
  • Price/Sqft:  Highest:  $1420 per sqft foot for a cabin
  • Price/Sqft: Lowest:    $60 for a rambler short sale
  • Oldest Home for sale: 1925 bungalow
  • Smallest Home for sale: 432 sqft
  • Largest Home for sale: 18,065

There are 144 homes under contract which means there is an accepted offer between the buyers and sellers: it is still pending financing, appraisal and inspections in most cases.  (every situation is different and some have no contingencies while other will include additional contingencies not listed)

45 single family homes have sold in Sandy during the Month of January.  (Sold means the home has officially switched ownership, the loan /purchase has funded and recorded and is no longer under contract)

*2/9/2015*

 

Relocating to Utah? Give me a call:  801-580-5624 I would love to help….

Want to know what your home is worth? Call me I’m here to help! 801-580-5624

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What will the home inspection cover?

What will the inspection cover?  Both sellers and buyers often wonder and ask this question. The home inspection can vary based on the type of home you are selling/purchasing.  It can also vary if you add on items like stucco inspection, meth, mold, radon, infra-red  etc.  Make sure you ask your home inspector about any additional test.  Do not assume the inspection will cover “everything” because your “everything” and the companies “everything” may and probably will vary.  I always suggest you ask a lot of questions before the inspection so you know what to expect from your chosen inspector.

*I also suggest that new construction buyers get a home inspection.  A lot of buyers will question me on this, but the buyers who have taken the advice have been grateful in the end. *

Below is an outline of items that you will want to see if they are covered.  The list is just that a list of items that may be covered, I am not an inspector I have only been to a lot of inspections and read over a lot of reports.

Exterior:  Do you have big trees in your yard? you might want to ask about having a plumber run a scope of the drains to make sure tree roots are not wrapped around the pipes running from the house to the street this can be a very expensive issue down the road.  Other items they may look at sidewalks, driveways, steps, windows, doors, drains, gutters. Decks, balconies, porches etc.  just to name a few.

Structure: Foundation and Framing

Roofing: Roofs age, condition, flashing, draining system, skylights, chimneys.

Plumbing: Drain pipes, sump pumps, poor water pressure, leaks, rust, corrosion, banging pipes, examination of the whole water system.

Electrical: Service panels, entrance wires, breakers and fuses. They will check for lose wires and/or wires that are not grounded, outlets etc.

Heating: Vent system, flumes, fireplace, water heater, furnace

Air Conditioning: Weather permitting they will run the system to check for performance, age, wear and tear.

Interior: another looks for leaks, insects, defects, walls, ceilings, stairs, garage doors, check for cracks.  Attics ventilation, insulation.  Crawlspaces, water damage. Overall condition of the home to make sure all components are functioning as they are intended.

A home inspection is a professional set of eyes trained to look for problems.  They will alert you of major issues and also of “to-do” items to consider down the road.  Make sure you read the whole report and talk it over with the inspector, your agent and anyone else the inspector suggest you contact.  

The inspection is so important.  What I have provided is just a small glimpse of what you will benefit from when you have an inspection. Please make sure you get one! I hope this helps.  Let me know if you have any questions about what to expect when you buy or sell a home.

I’m here to help  call 8015805624 or email kim@resultsrealestateutah.com  

www.kimshomesforsale.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Moving to Salt Lake, Need Utility Information?

Moving to Salt Lake, Need Utility Information? 

If you are new to the Salt Lake County area you might wonder who do I call for utility information?    Maybe you have lived here a while but you are moving to a new county and now need all that basic information again.  Below is a list that will give you some useful numbers and information at a glance.

 

Salt Lake County Information: A great website to go to and check out is SLCO.org   On this site you will find everything from Family Support, information about the Health Department, Animal Control to Parks and Recreation information.

DMV: I would recommend going on to their website first.  You will find answers to most of your questions here.  They have a great website http://dmv.utah.gov

Road Conditions:  The winter months are fast approaching.  The forecast is calling for SNOW in the valley on Sunday. For up to the minute weather and road conditions go to http://www.udot.utah.gov

Telephone: You have a lot of choices when it comes to telephone service.  Comcast 801-485-0500 or CenturyLink  1 800-491-0118   are some of the local vendors

Cable:  Comcast, Centurylink, Dish and DirectTV are the main suppliers in Salt Lake County

Heating: Questar  801-324-5111

Electricity: Rocky Mountain Power  888-221-7070

Post Office:  I recommend stopping by the one closest to you or if you are out of state go on line and you will find answers to the majority of your questions there.  USPS

UTA: Our transit system.  Check it out at www.rideuta.com

Housing:  Utah Real Estate 

 

CITY INFORMATION 

Bluffdale: Water and Garbage: 801-254-2200; Sewer: 801-571-1166

Draper: Garbage: 801-576-6512; Sewer: 801-571-1166; Water 801-576-6500 or 801-571-2232

Herriman: Garbage: 801-562-6435; Sewer: 801-571-1166; Water: 801-446-5323

Holladay: Garbage: 801-562-6435; Sewer: 801-262-2904; Water: 801-483-6700 or 801-277-2893

Midvale: Garbage, Sewer and Water: 801-567-7226

Murray: Garbage and water: 801-264-2626; Sewer: 801-963-7671

Riverton: Garbage, Sewer and Water: 801-208-3133

Salt Lake City: Garbage, Sewer and Water: 801-483-6900

Sandy: Garbage and Water: 801-568-7110; Sewer: 801-943-7671 or 801-571-1166 or 801-255-7321 or 801-561-7662

South Jordan: Garbage and Water: 801-254-3742; Sewer: 801-571-1166

South Salt Lake: Garbage: 801-483-6000 or 801-363-9995; Sewer: 801-483-6074 or 801-262-2904; Water: 801-483-6074 or 801-565-4300

Taylorsville: Garbage: 801-562-6435; Sewer and water: 801-968-9081

West Jordan: Garbage, Sewer and Water: 801-569-5020

West Valley City: Garbage, Sewer and Water: 801-968-3551

 

Improvement District phone numbers:

Copperton: 801-255-3411

Cottonwood Heights: 801-943-7671

Granger-Hunter: 801-968-3551

Holladay Water: 801-277-2893

Jordan Valley: 801-565-4300

Kearns Improvement: 801-968-1011

Magna Water: 801-250-2118

Taylorsville-Bennion:  801-968-9081

 

Have more questions, let me know.

 

 

 

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55+ Guide to living in Salt Lake

55+ Guide to Living in Salt Lake.  I just ran across an amazing find.  This has to be one of the best hidden gems I have found in a long time.  Yesterday I wrote a blog about  Useful Phone Numbers and Contacts (everything from Utilities to DMV information).  While writing that piece, I added a link to the Salt Lake counties website which lead me to a guide for 55 and older residents/visitors.

 

The Guide for 55+ includes everything from Aging Services to Yard and Snow Removal.  One quick click and you can download the information onto your computer via a PDF file.  Most of the listings have the companies address, phone number and website where you can learn even more.  I am truly overwhelmed by all of the information.

Here is a list of what the directory involves:

Abuse, Adult Day Care Centers, Aging Services, Advance Directives, Advocacy, Community Programs, Care management, medical Clinics, grocery delivery, hairdressers, home assistance services, hospitals,libraries, Police departments, salt lake city services, salt lake county services, Senior Centers, Social Security administration,  Food Bank, Utah State Services, workforce services, DMV, Transit Authority, Valley Mental Health Services,  Assisted Living Facilities Levels 1, 2, Home Health Agencies, Personal Care agencies, Hospice, Nursing Care Facilities, Skilled, Nursing care facilities intermediate care, rehabilitation centers, housing services,  subsidized senior housing, support groups and medicare.

 

It even includes information for more specialized needs: Blind, Alzheimer’s, Burial Services, Counseling, Bereavement, Dental, Diabetes, eye care, hearing etc.  They even have Chore Services people you can hire to help out with simple everyday chores to maintain your home.  One of my favorite services is Meals-on-wheels.  When I was in college I worked at a hospital and the kitchen ran a meals-on-wheels program.  I always thought it was such a great way to help people have at least one well balanced meal a day if not more depending on the program and how it was setup.  For some people the meals on wheels delivery person is the only person they see on a daily basis. The drivers used to comment on how the people would smile and look forward to their daily deliveries.

 

I’m not sure if every county has a resource available like this, but they should.  What a wonderful, easy way for someone to find some answers when life takes an unexpected turn.  I need to go see if I can find a directory like this for my family who lives out of state.

 

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