New Home Construction Skyrockets in St George Utah Golf Course Community

St George, UT (PRWEB) November 29, 2011

The St. George Utah new home market is heating up, especially at Entrada at Snow Canyon, a private golf course community that has weathered the great real estate storm of 2006-2010. Many Entrada new homes are currently underway, according to city building permit records and the community is on track to complete 60 homes for 2012 while recording a 1450% increase for 2011.

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St George Grub, Coffee and Hang Outs

I should have entitled this page “But Can I Get Coffee & Beer?”

Yes, of course you can.  As a former Clevelander, food and drink is important to me. So I have been picking through the St George dining scene, which has been s-l-o-w-l-y improving over the last 9 1/2 years and I will tell you some of my favorite, local places below.  Local Places only.  Applebees, Olive Garden and that stuff, you can find those on your own.  The little gems here are places that I like and frequently take my real estate team members and are a part of every day life here in St. George.

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2014 St George Area Parade of Homes

The 2014 St. George Area Parade of Homes, February 14 – 23, 2014 will be an incredible experience. When you couple amazing homes placed in the rare beauty of the Southern Utah landscape and add blue sky and sun, it becomes pure magic. The Parade will feature 28 beautiful homes over 10 days. Don’t miss the 2014 St. George Area Parade of Homes where you can find the home of your dreams while real estate opportunities are still strong.  It’s not just about the right market, beautiful homes or the perfect lifestyle, it’s about creating dreams for you to build on.

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The Housing Crisis-Where’s the “Perp Walk”?

Real Estate Weekly:  On today’s show we try to understand the outrage that has spawned movements like “Occupy Our Homes” and why so many of us are impatiently waiting for prosecutions of bank executives which are usually highlighted by  the “Perp Walk”.  Real Estate Weekly discusses the various “actors” in the housing crisis, including the Big Banks who did not listen to their own compliance and fraud officers as the real estate investors and amateur “speculators” who fueled the demand for the bogus loans.

If you missed the show it will be posted soon on the website.