Living Here: Urban Utah Blog

  • Real estate activities are permissible at this time under Utah state law. Attached are questions that we have received from clients and customers with the best answers we have as of May, 2020. We will attempt to up-date/supplement these FAQs as we hear from our local and national REALTOR® associations and our government.

    1) QUESTION: Can REALTORS® conduct in-person listing appointments and ...

  • With the whirlwind of news about racism these past few weeks I paused when I read a blurb that Salt Lake Mayor ...
  • You may have been thinking of buying a home because mortgage interest rates are the lowest, they have ever ...
  • Mark Twain once said, “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.”  Around the Wasatch front raw land to build on is ...
  • As a native New Yorker, I think I know pizza.  For years I never ate it in Utah because I couldn’t find a thin and ...
  • My industry has been protected in Utah since Covid-19 struck and I’ve been able to leave our home and to work-going to ...
  • I'm not one to go shopping. My wife likes to gather groceries and finds my involvement more annoying than helpful. I ...
  • Women have two celebrations going on right now in Utah: 1) how we got the right to vote on local and national ballots ...
  • I finished out high school at Wasatch Academy in Sanpete County. I was sent to this small private school to ‘reform’. I ...
  • Next month you will get an envelope from the government that isn’t your tax refund. Instead, it’s a notice about the ...
  • Over the years, we’ve had great fun hosting parties and gatherings at the sprawling 6,000+ sq. ft. space in the ...
  • God forbid you might be an employer right now, trying to hire worker bees who might actually show up to an interview, ...
  • A world traveling friend of mine told me that the price of gasoline in several cities in Europe is like $10 per gallon. ...
  • City folk bitch and moan about the high price of housing in Zion all the time. Face it, kids, we’ve been discovered by ...