Blog: Community Happenings, Events, and Real Estate News - Blog Archive: December, 2009

December 2009

Found 3 blog entries for December 2009.

Ogden Valley issues were the focus of a packed Weber County Commission agenda.

Several residents turned out to let commissioners know they want to preserve the rural atmosphere of the valley.

At three separate public hearings, residents and workers asked commissioners to not allow more rezones for large equipment storage, reconsider allowing internally lighted signs and reject a transportation plan that allows for a possible road through sensitive lands.

Thom Summers, with S&S Excavating in Eden, said he believes the county is unfair to rezone land to allow other businesses more space to store large construction equipment, as no other companies have expressed an interest in buying any of the land currently available for that use.

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Most of us know someone involved with a short sale, pre-foreclosure or foreclosure in the Utah real estate market. While these properties represent a large portion of those being bought and sold currently, most individuals are unaware of several of the intricacies involved with these transactions.

Brandi Hammon, with Mountain Luxury Real Estate and Development, and Celeste C. Canning PLLC, attorney at law, will be presenting a synopsis of the process involved in a short sale and foreclosure as well as the legal differences between the two on an ongoing as needed basis. Please email to request a new seminar or simply request basic information.

These events are open to the public and pertain to both buyers and sellers. There will also be an open forum

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Utah winters bring the gift of champagne powder renowned as the greatest snow on earth. Although this is one of the most coveted gifts of nature, Utah boasts unique landscapes from slot canyons in Zion National Park to the snowy peaks of the Wasatch Mountains. Here you will find friendly people filled with exuberance and a plethora of accessible world class exploits. While most of the nation is experiencing a recession in real estate, Utah, although slower than in previous years, remains stable and is still a phenomenal value. The state has enjoyed a population growth of 85,000 over the last year with more companies looking to relocate to the area.

Mountain Luxury Real Estate represents properties in the greater Ogden area including the mountain towns

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