Here rentals generally do not charge for parking; but it becomes much more common on those closer to the city where parking is limited or has to be contracted with a third party. Within a rental complex trash is generally covered; however, in a single family home that may be the renters responsibility along with other utilities. Pets will almost always require an additional deposit, which may be non-refundable so ask...... The answer to your question will very with every rental so make sure you prepare a list of questions to ask the agent showing you the property. Also remember to ask about application, administrative and other move in/move out fees.... more
I would concentrate on the downtown area north of 2100 S & east of State, with all of the things happening downtown, expansion of the University of Utah, and more working professionals there is a strong rental market, yet still opportunity to buy a great deal.... more
There are basically three things that will affect the price per sq ft 1- Style of home 2- Efficiency of home 3- interior & exterior finishes. I would want to make sure that you are comparing apples to apples when you receive a quote.... more
The short answer: No, if you buy a house at a trustee's sale (auction) than you own it free and clear, all the other lien-holders are out of luck.
The long answer: There is a difference between a short sale and a foreclosure. The short sale price is simply a price the real estate agent hopes that the bank will approve instead of going through foreclosure. If the short sale is unsuccessful than it will move to foreclosure. The foreclosure price is set by the bank, and the price may not be attractive, as it may still be more than the home is worth. If nobody buys it at the trustee's sale, than the bank owns it and will sell it as a bank owned property through a Realtor at fair market value.
Hope that helps. If you have any other questions feel free to give me a call at 801.376.2709... more
The best place to look for rentals in Utah is on ksl.com. It is a local news website that everyone uses for the classified ads. Good luck in your move, and if I can help you with anything, feel free to give me a call at 801.376.2709... more
If you are looking for a good bus commute to the University of Utah, I would suggest living on the 21 route (anywhere on 2100 E to 2100 S). It takes people to campus in various places (including medical center, hospital, student union) with pickup every 15 minutes. Really is the best bus route available as far as frequency to the University of Utah.... more
Pre Qualification is the most important thing to begin with. Talk to a lender and get fully qualified and understand different loan terms and options then start diving in the market for houses.... more
Please email me the address and I will be happy to email you some comparables -- I have been selling homes in the Salt Lake Valley for over 30 years and know the areas very well also. Thanks again and you can contact me at: email@example.com
Sandy Straley, Broker