As you may have heard, it’s a seller’s market in Utah right now of epic proportions! Property owners may have had a fleeting thought to not use a Realtor because they assume their house will sell fast, but I say in this market, using a Realtor will pay for itself, and you may end up making more than you ever dreamed of on top of it. I recently sold a home, and I want to tell you all about it, and how we got the sellers $21,000 extra.
Land for Sale
Moving to a new real estate brokerage during the holiday season was a gutsy move, but I’m really excited to tell you all about my recent change to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties. I have many great friends and colleagues who have worked for Berkshire Hathaway (previously Prudential) for decades, and always sung its praises, but I didn’t realize the full extent of what it was actually like there until I took a tour of the office and met everyone. I was impressed, and absolutely blown away!
List Price: Sold
Address: 3055 S. Oakwood Drive, Bountiful
Property Details: .25 acres | Modern house plans included
Located on the East Bench in Bountiful in an established neighborhood, this wonderful homesite was purchased by an architect who was planning to build a large modern home on the lot, but an existing home became available in the neighborhood he and his wife grew up in, and they decided to settle in there. As an added bonus, the architect will pass on his home plans and renderings to the new buyer, as well as the topographic survey that was completed by a licensed engineer.
List Price: Sold
Address: 1967 E. Forest Bend Drive, Cottonwood Heights
Property Details: 1.03 acres | 2,608 square feet | 4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms
Bri’s Perspective: The value and opportunity of this property is in the land. This secluded 1.03 acre property is accessed by driving down a private, wooded lane. It offers superior mountain views, mature trees, and far-away neighbors, including a quiet church to the east. Blue skies, butterflies, and hummingbirds are some of the sights to see here, with the option of bringing in your own wildlife. With the Rural Residential (RR-1-43) zoning and lush, flat land, a small farm with horses could be a nice addition to the property, and the Salt Lake County Equestrian Trail is steps away.