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It’s more than possible to sell your Utah home in 2011. Not only will being realistic about pricing and staging it properly help, but many potential borrowers are waiting for tax returns to help with their down payment, and those will be rolling in in early February. So hop to it to sell your house early in the year.
With property taxes due in just 3 months from now, it is a good time to look at how to reduce your property tax liability, especially if you feel your property value has dropped dramatically.
If you need a good appraiser here in Salt Lake City, UT and surrounding cities to determine the actual value of your property I recommend Timberline Appraising.
The First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit has been extended a year for U.S. military, foreign service and intelligence personnel that served at least 90 days of extended service between January 1, 2009 and April 30, 2010. This also includes those that fell short of completing a full 90 days of extended service due to being shipped home for medical reasons.
This extends the deadlines for those people until April 30, 2011 to be under contract on a home and until June 30, 2011 to close on it.
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