Reputation Management for Utah Agents

Online reviews and ratings are becoming more and more important for being found by prospective clients and for legitimizing your real estate business. When you’re looking for a place to eat, more than likely you’re going to search online. The same is now true when people are looking for an agent to help them find [...]

2017-04-28T15:48:54+00:00April 28, 2017|A+ Agent Program|

Become a Real Estate Celebrity

Are you ready to become a real estate celebrity and grow your referral business? It’s a lot easier than you may think, and rewarding in more ways than one. The goal is to build residual business by broadcasting super-engaging community video interviews about the local schools, businesses, and homes for sale. This will help you [...]

2017-04-28T15:08:52+00:00April 28, 2017|A+ Agent Program|

Next Level Immersive 3D Listings

What’s the latest and greatest in showcasing your listings? How about an immersive 3D home tour that is somewhere between real life and a video game. Matterport is a 3D camera that takes multiple scans of the inside of a home and stitches them together to create a three-dimensional world that a homebuyer can walk [...]

2017-04-25T23:18:56+00:00April 25, 2017|A+ Agent Program|

No, you don’t need a 20% down payment to buy a house in Utah

No, you don't need a 20% down payment to buy a house in Utah. We've got options. Lack of inventory has made for a highly competitive Utah housing market this year, which in turn has pushed home prices up. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average home price in February 2017 was $390,400. This [...]

Denied for a mortgage? This may be why

Here are some reasons homeowners are denied for a mortgage. It's common for homeowners to need a residential mortgage in order to afford their house. According to research from Zillow, around 71 percent of people fit into that category - most of whom tend to be younger buyers. Homeowners want to find the best deal [...]

Thousands of Utahns will see their credit scores rise this summer

In a joint decision, the three largest credit reporting bureaus (Equifax, TransUnion and Experian) agreed to modify their rules about what to include in the credit score algorithm, The Wall Street Journal reported. Beginning July 1, 2017, certain tax liens and civil judgments will no longer be included in the calculation in some instances. Complaints [...]