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
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
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
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:
Cottonwood Heights: 801-943-7671
Holladay Water: 801-277-2893
Jordan Valley: 801-565-4300
Kearns Improvement: 801-968-1011
Magna Water: 801-250-2118
Have more questions, let me know.
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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.
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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Moving Checklist For Sellers. Moving can be hectic everyone and anyone who has ever moved knows the challenges you face. Every time you move there are new hurdles to overcome. Below is a general list of reminders to help you through the process.
- Provide the post office with your forwarding address two to four weeks ahead of the move
- Notify your credit card companies, magazine subscriptions, and bank of your change of address
- Create a list of friends, relatives and business colleagues who need to be notified about your move
- Arrange to disconnect utilities and have them connected at your new home
- Cancel the newspaper, or change the address so it will arrive at your new home
- Check insurance coverage for the items you’re moving. Usually movers only cover what they pack
- Clean out appliances and prepare them for moving or for staying
- Note the weight of the goods you’ll have moved. Watch for movers who add excessive padding to add weight
- Check with your condo about any restrictions on using the elevator or particular exits for moving
- Have a keep with me, or a open first box with the things you’ll need most, such as toilet paper, soap, trash bags, scissors, hammer, screwdriver, pencils, paper, snacks, daily essential
Plus, if you’re moving out of town be sure to:
- Get copies of your medical and dental records and prescriptions for your family. If possible refill all prescriptions before you go so you don’t have to worry about it immediately when you move
- Get copies of your children’s school records for transfer
- Arrange for your pets travel needs
- Let a friend or relative know your route
- Empty your safety deposit box
My Service Pledge
Here are some of my service pledges:
I will DEDICATE myself to making the process of buying/selling your home as easy and drama free as possible.
I will VALUE and RESPECT your time, being efficient and effective
I will UNDERSTAND your needs and respond quickly
I will provide WEEKLY progress reports throughout the process
I will CONTINUALLY work on marketing your home or searching for homes for you
I will ASSIST you with any needs that may arise throughout the process
I will be KIND, UNDERSTANDING, KNOWLEDGEABLE, FLEXIBLE, RESOURCEFUL and APPROACHABLE
I will be AVAILABLE for any questions/concerns you may have
I view my role as a consultant, your local real estate expert. I am here to educate and advise you through the whole process.