Short Sale vs. Foreclosure – What’s the Difference?

Did you know that whether you’re a buyer or a borrower / seller or a lender,  a short sale and foreclosure each present different advantages and difficulties. What Is A Foreclosure In Salt Lake City Utah? In simple terms… “A foreclosed home is one in which the owner is unable to make his mortgage loan … Continued

Help, I’m behind in my mortgage payments in Salt Lake City!

When you fall behind in your mortgage payments on your Salt Lake City home, it can feel like you’re drowning in debt. Even if you’re able to make your monthly payment, catching up on a past due balance can be an overwhelming challenge. There’s a few options that can help you to avoid foreclosure in Salt … Continued

How to Find a Good Real Estate Agent in Salt Lake City

Hiring and how to find a good real estate agent in Salt Lake City can be frustrating. So what are the steps on how to find a good real estate agent in Salt Lake City? Many local large real estate agents will spend a lot of money each month to ensure that their face is the most visible, whether … Continued

How to Avoid Foreclosure in Salt Lake City

While the housing market is rebounding, many people in Salt Lake City, Utah are still struggling to make their mortgage payments. If you’re underwater on your home, or having trouble keeping up with your monthly mortgage payments, you could be avoiding your mortgage provider because of the fear they may foreclose. Thankfully, there are a number of … Continued

How to Sell Your House to an Investor in Salt Lake City Utah

Home ownership just isn’t what it was in the 1950’s. Not to long ago, people would buy a home and live there until they past away, often leaving it on to their family. Things have changed. Many first-time home buyers are going into it with the attitude that they’ll sell when it’s time for a change. If … Continued

How to stay in my home after foreclosure in Salt Lake City

A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What the public doesn’t understand is that lenders are not in the business to own property. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose … Continued