Moving to Utah, but where?

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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby hawkwing » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:07 pm

byufan4ever wrote:While looking for homes in Utah online I came across this one on Provo. There's something very very wrong with it...

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/618-W-1150-S_Provo_UT_84601_M14997-70776#photo14


I didn't have time for more than a quick glance, what was wrong with it?

Also, make sure you look here :)

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/84005

Eagle Mountain is a great place to live, you could even call it Mountain Home if you will :D



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby hawkwing » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:12 pm

Actually they are just doing this new development which is right across SR-73 from my house. It looks nice.

http://springrunutah.com/phase-a/

Another nice thing about it is they don't have an HOA.



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby hawkwing » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:15 pm

Alta boy sends this one from his neighborhood

http://www.fieldstone-homes.com/properties/silverlake/



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby byufan4ever » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:51 pm

hawkwing wrote:
byufan4ever wrote:While looking for homes in Utah online I came across this one on Provo. There's something very very wrong with it...

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/618-W-1150-S_Provo_UT_84601_M14997-70776#photo14


I didn't have time for more than a quick glance, what was wrong with it?

Also, make sure you look here :)

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/84005

Eagle Mountain is a great place to live, you could even call it Mountain Home if you will :D


Look at the pictures. You'll enjoy it more seeing it for yourself. It's BYU related...



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby scott715 » Fri Dec 09, 2016 5:53 pm

I missed what ever you are referring to.



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby byufan4ever » Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:23 pm

scott715 wrote:I missed what ever you are referring to.


Picture #14...on the bed...



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby hawkwing » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:14 pm

Oh wow, that had to drop the home value considerably!



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby vancouvercougar » Tue Dec 20, 2016 4:39 pm

hawkwing wrote:Oh wow, that had to drop the home value considerably!


Previous owner couldn't get into BYU. :P



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby ABYUFAN » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:05 pm

hawkwing wrote:Oh wow, that had to drop the home value considerably!

The bed looks like it's just a mattress on the floor... like one would imagine where a grad from that place would end up. Back at the parents' home, with no real prospects.



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Re: Moving to Utah, but where?

Postby byufan4ever » Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:36 pm

Cougarfan87 wrote:So, I have accepted a Federal government job in Salt Lake City, which will bring me back to Utah come January time frame. I would like some input from the locals on where to move since I last lived in Utah in 2002. I am looking for a reasonable commuter distance by car (20 Minutes or less) or by Front Runner (40 minutes or less). Of course I would like good schools, safe neighborhoods, and reasonably affordable housing for a family of seven (4Bd, 2 Bath, at least 2,400 sq. feet with a basement less than $350,000). I have been leaning towards Davis County or Lehi. Any helpful advice or opinions that might help me focus my efforts would be greatly appreciated.


Hey, I'm just wondering if you've moved yet and found a house and if so, where did you end up?

I'm moving this week. Movers come this Thu/Fri and we drive out this Sat. However, we "have to" stop by the in-laws first in Idaho so I'll be driving direct there before heading down to Utah. I'm super excited for this new chapter in my life! However, I still haven't sold my house yet. 40 days on the market (including over Christmas break), 26 showings, 2 open houses (with 9 groups of people each), but sadly zero offers. Not even a lowball offer. I gotta sell this house first before buying a new home. I'm not one of those that can afford two mortgages at once. However, I do get 2 months of temp housing and they'll be putting us up in a furnished apartment in East Salt Lake City on 134 South 400 East. Looks like we'll be pretty close to the Salt Lake temple!




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