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Kaye-Jones

(2 Rate)
(801) 372-2044
(2 Rate)
(801) 372-2044

About :

44 years experience assisting Utah County in finding the right home and selling current home. Specialist in farm, ranch and horse properties.

Description:

Enjoy raising, showing, training horses. Kaye is your land, farm, ranches, and horse property specialist. Kaye has experience in REO's properties and short sale procedures.

Contact:

,UT ,84660
(801) 372-2044
40.10915, -111.65479

Opening Hours :


Monday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM
Tuesday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM
Wednesday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM
Thursday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM
Friday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM
Saturday: 08:00AM - 18:00PM

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Website:

Kaye-Jones.com

Parking:

Parking available ,Street parking ,Valet parking
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2021-09-15

5 Tips for Making Your Best OffernnIn today’s sellers’ market, standing out as a buyer is critical. Here are five things to keep in mind when it’s time to make an offer.nn1. Know Your BudgetnnKnowing your budget and what you can afford is critical to your success as a homebuyer. The best way to understand your numbers is to work with a lender so you can get pre-approved for a loan. It also enables you to act quickly when you’ve found your perfect home.nn2. Be Prepared To Move FastnnWhen homes are selling fast, staying on top of the market and moving quickly are key. After you’ve worked with your agent to find the home that suits your needs, they’ll help you put together and submit your best offer as soon as possible.nn3. A Real Estate Professional Can Lead You to VictorynnAgents are experts in the local real estate market. They have insight into what's worked for other buyers in your area and what sellers may be looking for in an offer. It may...

2021-09-13

Why It’s Still Safe To Sell Your HomennAs Bob Goldberg, CEO of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), puts it, “The pandemic has confirmed to all of us in the industry that technology will continue to transform real estate.”nnNew and Existing Technology Are Impacting the ProcessnnIn the 2021 Realtor Technology Survey, NAR asks real estate professionals their opinions on the most valuable pieces of technology for their business over the past 12 months. Tools that allow agents to serve clients at a distance and limit exposure to others, including eSignature, lockboxes, and video conferencing, became increasingly important during the last year. Those same tools are just as essential today. Restricting the number of people a seller must interact with during the process is the best way to keep all parties involved in a sale safe.nnTrusted Advisors Stay Up to Date on Guidelines for In-Person ShowingsnnAs things change in our day-to-day lives, the...

2021-09-10

Fact or Fiction: Homebuyer Edition [INFOGRAPHIC]nnWhen it comes to the current housing market, there are multiple misconceptions – from what the current supply of available homes looks like to how much houses are selling for. It takes professionals who study expert opinions and data to truly understand the real estate market and separate fact from fiction. Trust the pros. DM me today to see why it’s still a good time to buy.

2021-09-08

Understand Your Options To Avoid ForeclosurennEquity is the difference between what you owe on the home and its market value based on factors like price appreciation. In today’s real estate market, many homeowners have far more equity in their home than they realize. Over the last year, buyer demand has been high, but housing supply has been low. That’s led to a substantial increase in home values. When prices rise, so does the amount of equity you have in your house.nnAccording to CoreLogic, on average, homeowners gained $33,400 in equity over the last 12 months, and the average equity on mortgaged homes is now $216,000.nnSo, what does that mean for you? Over the past year, chances are your home’s value and therefore your equity have risen dramatically. If you’ve been in your home for a while, the mortgage payments you’ve made over time chipped away at the balance of your loan. If your home’s current value is higher than what you still owe on...

2021-09-08

Understand Your Options To Avoid ForeclosurennEquity is the difference between what you owe on the home and its market value based on factors like price appreciation. In today’s real estate market, many homeowners have far more equity in their home than they realize. Over the last year, buyer demand has been high, but housing supply has been low. That’s led to a substantial increase in home values. When prices rise, so does the amount of equity you have in your house.nnAccording to CoreLogic, on average, homeowners gained $33,400 in equity over the last 12 months, and the average equity on mortgaged homes is now $216,000.nnSo, what does that mean for you? Over the past year, chances are your home’s value and therefore your equity have risen dramatically. If you’ve been in your home for a while, the mortgage payments you’ve made over time chipped away at the balance of your loan. If your home’s current value is higher than what you still owe on...

2021-09-08

Understand Your Options To Avoid ForeclosurennEquity is the difference between what you owe on the home and its market value based on factors like price appreciation. In today’s real estate market, many homeowners have far more equity in their home than they realize. Over the last year, buyer demand has been high, but housing supply has been low. That’s led to a substantial increase in home values. When prices rise, so does the amount of equity you have in your house.nnAccording to CoreLogic, on average, homeowners gained $33,400 in equity over the last 12 months, and the average equity on mortgaged homes is now $216,000.nnSo, what does that mean for you? Over the past year, chances are your home’s value and therefore your equity have risen dramatically. If you’ve been in your home for a while, the mortgage payments you’ve made over time chipped away at the balance of your loan. If your home’s current value is higher than what you still owe on...

2021-09-06

Honoring the American WorkforcennWishing you a happy and safe Labor Day.

2021-09-06

Labor Day is all about taking a break from your busy routine. Each and every person who works hard, deserves a break today. What are your plans for the long weekend? #laborday #labordayweekend

2021-09-03

Your Agent Is Key When Pricing Your House [INFOGRAPHIC]nnPricing your house right takes market experience and expertise. To find the best list price, your agent balances current market demand, values of homes in your neighborhood, where prices are headed, and your home’s condition. If you’re ready to sell, don’t guess on the price. DM me so we can price your house to attract multiple offers and maximize your return on investment.

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