Real estate agents typically advise Sellers who are thinking about putting their homes on the market to prepare or "stage" their homes. Staging includes de-cluttering, de-personalizing, cleaning, improving curb appeal, looking at their home as though they were Buyers and making repairs that have been put off. Agents also suggest listing, from the start, at a price that is competitive given the current market conditions. Staging homes and pricing correctly are tried and true sales techniques that have worked for years. However, the real estate market has evolved over the years. No longer does the dream home feature a divided floorplan with avocado appliances and shag carpets. What used to work isn't enough for today's evolved buyers. Buyers today are…
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Park City, Utah— January 15, 2019, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties welcomes Kevin Larsen as Senior Vice President, Wasatch Back Operations.
“It is my pleasure to announce that real estate industry veteran, Kevin Larsen, has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties,” said Steve Roney, CEO & Owner of Utah Properties. “Kevin has an impressive management reputation and sales background in Utah and will contribute significantly to the continued success and growth of our firm.”
About Kevin Larsen
Kevin Larsen’s real estate career includes having served most recently as Managing Broker of Park City operations for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage which he relaunched in 2016. Prior to this position he successfully managed
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES UTAH PROPERTIES
WELCOMES STACY WISSMAN AND MAURA POWERS
Salt Lake City, Utah— July 11, 2018, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties welcomes Realtors® Stacy Wissman and Maura Powers to the Salt Lake City office. Wissman and Powers join Utah Properties from Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.
“We are proud to welcome Stacy Wissman and Maura Powers to the Utah Properties family.” Said Steve Roney, CEO & Owner of Utah Properties. “As top agents in Salt Lake City and with 35+ years of combined experience, we look forward to excelling their business through our brokerage.”
About Stacy Wissman
Stacy Wissman joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties with over 15 successful years of real estate
The 2018 Second Quarter Wasatch Front Market Overview is here. For the digital online version, go to https://joom.ag/7jUY
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When contemplating home upgrades or preparing your home for sale, it helps to identify the renovation projects that not only look good but will boost the value of your home at the same time. Overall, potential buyers are drawn to newer, cleaner, refreshed properties. Here are the five tried and true ways homeowners can boost the value of their home.
Freshen Up the Paint
This may seem like a no-brainer, but a fresh coat of paint will always make a home feel updated and renewed. Modern, current paint colors can have a vast effect on a home’s appeal. Whites, greys, light blues, and sage-greens are in-style for 2018 and can give your home an updated feel. Contemporary, neutral paint can also give potential buyers the ability to see themselves living in
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES UTAH PROPERTIES NAMED 14TH HIGHEST PREFORMING BROKERAGE, PARK CITY OFFICE NAMED #3 HIGHEST SALES OFFICE, SALT LAKE OFFICE NAMED #7 MOST UNITS SOLD, AMONG OTHER TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
SAN ANTONIO, TX – MARCH 5 & 6, 2018 – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties received numerous brokerage, office, team, and individual awards at the annual network Sales Convention in San Antonio, Texas on March 5th and 6th 2018. The Utah Properties brokerage was celebrated as the 14th highest performing brokerage while Park City’s Saddleview Office the 3rd highest dollar volume office in the network and Salt Lake City’s Old Mill Office the 7th highest transaction volume for an office in the network. Notable team and individual
The Millennial Effect
Published in the Park Record's Home Magazine, pages 54-59
By Beth Rinehart
It has become a reality: The fun-loving, selfie-taking, phone-hooked generation known as ‘Millennials’ can afford homes. While some people may still think of them as young kids, they’re all grown up—and they are becoming homeowners. Millennials — those born post 1980 through the early 2000s — are moving out of their childhood homes and forming their own households. Millennials now make up 42 percent of all homebuyers and 56 percent of the nation’s first-time homebuyers. They are a dominant force in the housing market, and according to a recent Pew Research Center report, have surpassed the baby boomers as the largest living generation.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices announced the winner of its “Love Your Home” Sweepstakes held in conjunction with HGTV and its popular Good Bones home-renovation show. Aaron Zimmerman, a Sandy, Utah resident, was drawn for the $50,000 grand prize from nearly 5.7 million sweepstakes entrants. The sweepstakes also generated 12 weekly winners of $2,500 apiece.
The entrant total set a record for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices sweepstakes held in conjunction with HGTV, and was 77% above last year’s sweepstakes registrations. “This is a life changer for me and my family,” said Zimmerman, who with wife Kathryn is raising a 4-year-old son in the suburbs south of Salt Lake City.
The Zimmermans want a home with a big backyard for their son, who has moderate