Cedar Hills is a city in Utah County, Utah, United States. The population was 9,796 at the 2010 census, up from 3,094 in 2000. The city began growing rapidly during the 1990s, with the largest growth rate of any municipality in the state.  It is located east of Alpine and Highland on the slopes of Mount Timpanogos. (Information via Wikipedia)

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Tax Tips Every Homeowner Should Know About

It’s tax time again, and we wanted to be sure homeowners were aware of 5 important deductions they can claim and also some common tax mistakes they should avoid. The 5 deductions you can claim are detailed below, and include, Mortgage Interest Deduction, PMI and FHA Mortgage Insurance Premiums... [read more]

4 Big Signs You Should Buy a Home

While the market is definitely ripe with opportunities for buyers, your individual situation is what truly determines if now is the time for you to buy a home. There are many factors that can come into play when making this decision and it’s important that you involve a REALTOR and a mortgage ... [read more]

The Road to Homeownership

The road to homeownership can be exciting and adventurous, but it also has many stops, starts, potholes and dangerous curves. Many start this process alone and find themselves hitting roadblocks, wasting valuable time and money. Many consumers don’t understand that the best way to navigate the... [read more]

How are Multiple Offers Handled in Utah?

How are Multiple Offers Handled in Utah? As the market continues to improve, we have begun to start seeing multiple offers on properties as buyers are rushing to take advantage of great prices and great interest rates. Multiple offers can present problems for both the seller and for the buyers invo... [read more]

How are Multiple Offers Handled in Utah?

How are Multiple Offers Handled in Utah? As the market continues to improve, we have begun to start seeing multiple offers on properties as buyers are rushing to take advantage of great prices and great interest rates. Multiple offers can present problems for both the seller and for the buyers invo... [read more]