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Reasons WHY you should NOT move to Utah!
In today's video, we will discuss 5 reasons why you might not want to move to Utah. We talk about some of the negative sides to living here in Utah. There are reasons NOT to move to Utah however there are still numerous reasons why you should move to Utah! Give us a call and we would love to help you move to the great city of UTAH.
Fun Facts about Winter in Utah
It might not seem like it this year, but Utah is known for having the “greatest snow on earth.” Why? Watch this ?????????
A Homeowner Story
At Maki Real Estate, we understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction -- it’s a life-changing experience. For this reason, we like to keep our philosophy nice and simple: Clients come first. That’s why our team of real estate professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of our clients.
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Frequently Asked Friday

What are the COST of BUYING a home?
Frequently Asked Friday ?? Q: What are the cost of BUYING a home? A: When you're buying a home, it's important to remember that the listing price is just one part of the equation. You also need to budget for closing costs, which are all the fees and costs associated with buying a home. This can include things like loan origination fees, home inspection fees, attorney's fees, and escrow accounts for property taxes and homeowner's insurance. Typically, closing costs are an additional 2-5% of the home's purch
What is the CHEAPEST way to BUY a home?
Frequently Asked Friday Q: What is the cheapest way to buy a house? A: There are many affordable mortgage options available for buyers who can come up with a down payment and closing costs. So don't give up hope – start looking for your new home today. Many buyers can easily afford monthly mortgage payments. Their only challenge is finding cash for a down payment and closing costs. Here are the cheapest way to own a home so you can find a bargain in your market. • Short sale or Foreclosure Homes • Find
What is EARNEST MONEY and Should you pay it?
What is Earnest Money in Real Estate? When parties enter into an agreement for the sale of property, buyers often make a good faith payment known as earnest money. This deposit is kept in an escrow account until closing. In the event that either party breaches the contract or fails to meet required deadlines, the seller may be entitled to retain some or all of that earnest money as compensation. Do you have questions about how earnest money impacts your home-buying journey? We are here to provide support
What Is The Mortgage, and Is It Helpful?
Frequently Asked Friday ?? What Is The Mortgage, and Is It Helpful? Mortgages are loans used to purchase properties, with the borrowed funds typically paid off over several years at a fixed interest rate. While the specifics of the mortgage process will depend on the borrower's situation, it's important to provide clients with all the necessary information for them to make an informed decision about whether or not to use this financing option. Want to know more about how mortgages work for home buying? G

Sellers Guide

Seller Guide: Listing Consultation
Selling your home is a big decision, and it's important to get expert advice before you put your house on the market. A seller consultation is a meeting with a real estate agent to discuss your specific situation and learn more about the process of selling your home.
Seller Guide: Home Preparation
When selling your home, the goal is to make a good first impression on potential buyers so that they can see the potential of the property and envision themselves living there. In this article, we’ll share some tips on how to use the five senses to sell your home
Seller Guide: Marketing your Home
The process of marketing your home for sale can be a daunting one. There are a lot of things to consider, from pricing your home correctly to Forming a marketing plan and making sure your home is in tip-top condition before potential buyers come to view it. For many sellers, the most challenging part of the process is understanding the different marketing channels available to them and working out which will be the most effective in helping them to sell their home quickly and for the best possible price.
Seller Guide: Accepting Offers
The moment a home seller receives an offer from a potential buyer is an exciting one. But before the home seller can get too far ahead of themselves, it’s important to understand that not all offers are created equal. In some cases, the buyer might lowball the offer in an attempt to score a deal. In other situations, the buyer might be completely serious but their financing falls through at the last minute.

Buyers Guide

Buyers Guide: Buyers Consultation
The home buying process often has a unique set of opportunities and challenges and can be stressful. You're not only choosing an agent, but you're also choosing a trusted real estate advisor, and putting a plan in place up front will help ensure a smoother, and more enjoyable, transaction. The first step would be an in-person meeting to get acquainted. It may be at a local real estate office, your home, or at a place like a local coffee shop. Based on your availability and theirs, it's a time to discover w
Buyers Guide: Preapproval and Financing
Getting ready to buy your first home? One of the first things you can do as part of the home-buying process is to get pre-approved by Lender. Why? You'll know how much house you can afford and a pre-approval lets dealers and real estate agents know you have the finances lined up and ready to go.
Buyers Guide: Offers & Undercontract
When you make an offer on a property, you and the seller are entering into a legal contract. The contract is usually made up of two parts: the offer and the acceptance. The offer is a document that sets out the terms of the sale, including the price, the date of settlement, and any conditions that need to be met. The acceptance is a document that the seller signs to agree to the sale.

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