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Steve Norr

(South Salt Lake Journal) Steve Norr with Keller Williams Realty is an expert on finding homes in the South Salt Lake and Sugar House area. With his experience and honest reputation, Steve is certain to help his clients find the perfect home.

“Right now in the realty market there are amazing opportunities for people to buy,” he says. “Prices are low and people are willing to give you a bargain.”

With sellers paying the realty fees, there is really no cost to the buyer and with interest rates still low, buyers can get great rates. For buyers who can’t afford a big down payment, FHA loans require only 3.5 percent down. And for first-time home buyers, the $8,000 federal tax credit is still in effect until Nov. 30, 2009.

For people selling their homes, Steve can help to get the best price for their property. He suggests sellers get their home in the best shape they possibly can to compete with the many houses on the market today. Price makes a big difference in being able to sell a home and Steve tells his clients not to set their price based on any emotional attachment they might have to their home. Offering a fair market price will sell a house much more quickly. Homes priced competitively and in good condition are the first ones to sell.

For more information, visit www.yoursaltlakerealestateteam.com or call Steve at 801-597-3046. Clients can also reach him by e-mail at steve.norr@comcast.net.

Steve is very knowledgeable when it comes to the South Salt Lake/Sugar House realty market. He served on the South Salt Lake Planning Commission for five years and believes the area is a vibrant, fantastic place to live. Whether a client is looking for a mansion dream home or a cozy starter home, Steve will help them along every step of the way.

“It’s a great time to buy,” Steve says. “Buyers need to find a realtor they can get along with and trust.”

Steve is also a sales manager for the high-end cabinet maker Peppertree Kitchen and Bath and can make his clients a fantastic deal if the home they purchased needs new cabinets.

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