Monthly Archives: December 2011

“The Gift of Failure”

“Experience is the best teacher.” We hear this statement often, yet many of us don’t realize that it is rarely the warm and fuzzy moments in our lives that we learn from the most. Usually, our greatest life lessons come … Continue reading

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Utah Short Sale Tug-of-War: Buyer vs Seller

There’s no doubt for anyone who’s in the real estate business that listing agents and buyers agents are often caught in a tug-of-war, especially during Utah short sale transactions. The listing agents have fiduciary duty to their client – the seller, … Continue reading

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Strategic Default: Immoral or Intelligent?

As Utah home prices continue to decline, the topic of strategic default is becoming more common. Strategic default is simply the decision to stop making your monthly mortgage payment even though you may be financially able to do so. Over the … Continue reading

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Utah Loan Modification Delays Cause Foreclosure

Delays in the Utah Loan Modification Process I received a call from a very frustrated and distraught homeowner today. For the last few months she has tried frantically to make contact with her lender and work out a repayment plan … Continue reading

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