Eagle Mountain, Utah News

Most sellers believe that springtime is the best time to sell a home...that is NOT always the case.  Selling your home in the winter actually has quite a few advantages.  The #1 reason for listing your home in the winter is LESS COMPETITION!  If most sellers actually listed their home in the spring, the housing market would be flooded.  Typically during the winter months, there is less competition and the housing supply shrinks, limiting buyers' choices. The National Association of Realtors suggest that the "sweet spot" for listing your home is between November and February.  According to David Ramsey, home sales have increased from November to December an average of 4.5% over the last three winters. "As the temperatures start to heat up in the spring, so

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If you thought libraries were just about books, think again!  The Eagle Mountain Public Library is hosting an escape room designed for teens and adults on October 27th.  An evil doctor will unleash a deadly airborne virus that turns anyone who comes in contact with it into a zombie.  Don't fret, you have 45 minutes to find the antidote and save yourself...the pressure is on!  Click registration and select the time.   

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Have you noticed a change in interior and exterior paint choices lately? Leading paint experts are saying that 2019 will be reminiscent of the 1970's in terms of paint trends. We have started seeing this change in several of the new model homes we recently toured. White cabinetry, that we have been seeing for several years, was replaced with more muted (pickled) wood tones or darker (painted) jewel tones. The bathrooms had darker vanities and patterned tile, and accent walls were duly noted.  While white walls and white kitchens are still popular, we are seeing designers add caramel or cognac leather furniture, reclaimed wood accent tables, and tons of tactile fabric pillows and throws in jewel tones, allowing our eyes to "land" in the space. The Pantone

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With a plethera of licensed real estate agents to choose from, how does one go about finding the right agent? What criteria must they meet to win your business? If you have ever bought or sold a home, you know there are many ways that a real estate transaction can go sideways. Having a knowledgeable agent that knows how to navigate and overcome issues is vital, but having a licensed agent that is surrounded by licensed staff, ensures that 1. Nothing will slip through the cracks, 2. You will always receive quality service no matter who answers your call, and 3. team work makes dreams work! At GoBe, we are a team, we are always learning from one another and working to improve the level of service we provide. Here's what one of our new clients had to say

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Kitchen organization has become a huge industry with pull-out spice cabinets, drawers, garbage bins, divided cabinets for baking sheets, and then you have all the different organizers that you can add to the inside of your cabinets, like lid organizers and tiered spice racks, risers for plates, hooks for mugs or measuring cups, and lazy susans for those items that get lost behind more frequently used items.  There's Command hooks and a million different labels for canisters, magnetic strips for knives, etc...but the one kitchen organizer that has some homeowners on the fence, is the pot rack.  Some say they are great for being able to reach your pots and pans without digging way back in a cabinet, or that they create a "lived in" feel (add warmth); others

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Introducing Phase II of Eagle Mountain's Most Exciting Park!

25 additional acres are now open in the Cory B. Wride Memorial Park.  Amenities in this new phase include a splash pad, zip lines, swings, a massive playground, including slides, rickety bridge, a cargo net, rope climbers, and musical equipment, pickleball, tennis, and basketball courts, a small and large pavilion, and a festival field. These are in addition to the baseball diamonds, restrooms, spectator stands, and a concessions building. This is the second of three total phases planned for this "jewel of the city" and with a dedicated budget of 5.3M, this park is more than just a recreational spot, it's a destination for people of all ages and abilities to come and improve their

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Getting to and from Eagle Mountain doesn't currently involve a lot of traffic, but with projected population growth in the area, it is necessary to think ahead and plan for the future. UDOT just released this great video which talks about proposals and plans for S.R. 73, the future Mountain View Corridor, and other proposed solutions to alleviate commuting delays. What do you think? Watch the video below:

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