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Homebuyer Representation, Inc. is the only Exclusive Buyer Brokerage in Salt Lake City, Utah and Surrounding Counties. Benjamin Clark, Exclusive Buyers Agent and Principal Broker shares valuable information and market data with homebuyers on this blog. Find out why you should always make sure you get an Agent on YOUR side of the transaction when buying a home! Exclusive Buyer Brokerages don't list homes and never represent Sellers. The agents represent Buyers ONLY, working to get BUYERS the Best Price and Terms, not Sellers. Finally! Real Estate Agents on the Buyer's Side™
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Ben,I wanted to take a moment and thank you for letting us help you with the purchase transaction for the Tanners.  I was impressed with your professionalism and particularly the depth of your understanding of the closing process and the HUD-1 settlement statement.  Your attention to detail is ob...
02/27/2009
Most Buyers are told that the Seller pays all the real estate fees. This is not exactly true. That the Seller pays the fees is semantics. Your cash (or loan) to buy the home is what gives the Seller the proceeds with which to pay their agent and other settlement fees. YOU not only pay for your ag...
02/25/2009
Key Details of the $8,000 Federal Tax Credit for Utah Homebuyers Buy a home between January 1, 2009 and December 1, 2009. Get $8,000 Federal Tax Credit when you file your 2009 Tax Return (or sooner, see below). This does not have to be repaid. (UNLESS: You sell the home within 3 years) If you and...
02/19/2009
Last year when the market in Salt Lake slowed down, so did the leads. In fact, I didn't get a single good lead from August through December of 2007. Traditional marketing methods weren't generating the interest or return I needed to stay afloat until the part-time agents left the business. That's...
02/11/2009
My wife and I were looking to buy our first home.  We knew the area we were interested in and that was about it. My wife read about real estate brokers and how they are able to represent the buyer which led us to Ben.  Right from the start he was very helpful. Ben helped us figure out just about ...
01/30/2009
Suze Orman's 2009 Action Plan. I just downloaded a copy but haven't read it yet.You have until the 15th to download and save your own copy (courtesy of Oprah). CLICK HERE Happy New Year everybody! If you have excellent credit, and will be purchasing a $400,000-$1,500,000 home in the Salt Lake Cit...
01/11/2009
We all know that the Salt Lake area real estate market (and the economy at large) is doing better than most areas of the country. Still, some things have slowed considerably. Some things that have slowed the most: New Construction Permits The Time it Takes to Sell a Home (Days on the Market) The ...
12/06/2008
According to a recent BizJournals story on MSN.com, Salt Lake City "would appear to be well situated to confront the recessionary challenges ahead." The report looks at areas of the country that have undergone rapid growth in the past 10-20 years and are continuing to expand. It asserted populati...
11/26/2008
The Salt Lake City Board of Realtors published a press release on November 13, 2008 suggesting that the population of the Wasatch Front (Salt Lake Included) is expected to double by the year 2040. The prognosis was made by Arthur C. Nelson, presidential professor of city and metropolitan planning...
11/20/2008
Well, I just ran across a press release from the National Association of REALTORS either from May of 2008, or revised in May of 2008. It says in the header that the article will discuss agency and representation options the consumer can choose from: "a variety of business relationships with real ...
11/20/2008
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