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Ask This Old House

Old Homes in Cedar City – Fix Them Up!

Great for our listing Clients and sellers! Even more exposure.

A National Sponsorship with Local Impact

As of October 1, 2008, ERA Real Estate is the proud sponsor of “do-it-yourself,” home-improvement-television staple, Ask This Old House (ATOH). This yearlong sponsorship offers tremendous exposure for the ERA brand at a national level and a chance for you, our brokers and affiliates, to create an impact in your local market.

The most exciting part of this sponsorship is the opportunity it creates for a full-scale grassroots public relations campaign that will allow you to take full advantage of the sponsorship in your market. The campaign will leverage our partnership with ATOH in order to raise local awareness for our ERA affiliates as the go-to real estate experts and drive consumers to ERA.com.

This Web site will be your resource for all sponsorship and campaign information for the entire sponsorship period. Remember to check back often!

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Interest Rates Are Dropping

Right now is a perfect time to buy Cedar City real estate as the interest rates are continually dropping and home prices are dropping as well. 2009 will be a great year for individuals to invest in real estate and there are plenty of Cedar City homes available for first-time home buyers, retirees, and second or third homeowners.

Cedar City Real Estate Interest Rates

There are multiple options for people who are looking to purchase real estate or build their own home. There are a lot of foreclosures and short sales out there that are waiting for people to pick them up. Cedar City Utah has its own fair share of foreclosures and short sales.

If you are a prospective buyer The Bontadelli Team can help you find a perfect home at a great price for you and your family. We have specialized in Cedar City Utah real estate for over 11 years and have been realtor of the year more than once. Learn more about us.

Make sure you grab a hold of the opportunity to grab a home before the interest rates start to go back up.

 

Mortgage rates on 30-year loans slid to a record low for the second straight week, lowering borrowing costs for homebuyers as demand slumps. Rates for 30-year fixed loans dropped to 4.58% in the week that ended Thursday from 4.69% last week, Freddie Mac said in a statement. The average 15-year rate fell to a record 4.04%, the McLean, Va., company said. Mortgage rates have been declining since May as concern that a European debt crisis may spread pushed investors to the safety of Treasuries and government-supported bonds tied to home loans. Yields on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage securities have fallen to the lowest level in more than a year.

Indications of interest rates rising are predicted for late this spring. We still have great inventory to choose from and the government incentives are scheduled to be available through March. They are $8,000 for new buyers and $6,500 for past owners of homes that have lived in their home for 5 consecutive years.