Explore North Ogden, UT
By RE/MAX Metro, Helping you achieve your real estate goals.
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899 E 1510 N, North Ogden, UT 84414 Special Features MLS #: 1233359 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Total Sq. Feet: 2,775 Year Built: 2006 Price: $240,000 Description A Touch of Class in this Impeccable Home featuring granite counters in the kitchen with SS appliances + staggered cabinets, brushed nickle finishes, new carpet + 3-tone paint, lots of natural light, RV pad, fenced yard. Call to show/access code. Agent Information Matthew Peterson RE/MAX METRO http://matt.peterson.remax-mountainstates.com
By RE/MAX Metro, Helping you achieve your real estate goals.
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2033 N 575 E, North Ogden, UT 84414 Special Features MLS #: 1224238 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4 Total Sq. Feet: 2,172 Year Built: 1993 Price: $212,000 Description Super clean home on quite street with many extras. Front neighbor is a park with walking paths and play equipment. Fully fenced with storage building. Give us a look and you will not be disappointed. 4 Foot crawl space storage area, under entire main floor. Front yard water fountain. Easy to show. New AC and Water heater. Bring all offers. Agent Information RE/MAX Metro
By Jim Beitz
(Keller Williams Success Realty)
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One of the Christmas promotions that always strikes me is the television promotions done by Lexus.  Everybody would love a new car, and if it wore the Lexus badge even better, right?  I guess that's true if you're into Lexus, or Cadillac or Lincoln or whichever other company runs Christmas Promotions. Why is it you don't see that with new construction housing?  Seriously? Who wouldn't love to spend Christmas with their family in a brand new home?   Primarily the problem with promoting a new home for Christmas is nobody wants to see Christmas advertising in June, and you'd have to start in June or earlier if you're building in time for Christmas.  Never fear. In today's market we have an real life inventory of Brand New Housing built, finished and waiting for you to move into just in tim...
By Spencer Stott, Mortgage Professional
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FHA Home Mortgage North Ogden Utah FHA Loans in North Ogden, Utah FHA Loans in North Ogden, Utah Thinking about buying a home in North Ogden, Utah? Then a Federal Housing Administration(FHA)Loan may be right for you. If you: - Your credit score isn't perfect. - Are looking for a low down payment. - Are worried that you can't qualify for a loan. - Are a first time home buyer. Then one of the best options for you is an FHA Loan! An FHA Loan is not a loan to you from the FHA, rather it is a loan backed by the FHA and granted to you by your lender. Because your lender is backed by the FHA, your monthly payments and interest rates can be low. For more information about how an FHA Loan works click here: portal.hud.gov. Qualifying for an FHA Loan is much easier than other home loans. Requireme...
By Ann Zieve, Unmatched Ownership Experience
(Keller Williams Success Realty)
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The Best Time To Upgrade Your Utah Home *plus* How To Buy Land in Utah The last time we saw this much of a seller's market in Northern Utah is a distant memory for me, how about for you?  Just about every client I'm working with now is taking advantage of this market by selling high and buying low (interest rates).  There's been no better time to upgrade in history. The Spring northern Utah real estate market continues to show signs up price increases (some areas close to 20% from last year).  Especially in cities like North Ogden, Layton, Kaysville, Farr West and Farmington. I’ve been doing semi-weekly video updates and when you look at the summary of the last few weeks, you’ll be equally excited about what’s happening in other towns like those in the Ogden Valley (Eden, Hu...
By Kim Boekholder Utah Real Estate, Broker, Results Real Estate
(Results Real Estate 801.580.5624)
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Grand Opening September 11th, 2010.  Mason Cove is having a grand opening celebration.  We would love for everyone to stop by and take a peek at this fabulous subdivision.  31 lots, large lot sizes unlike the typical "postage stamp" most subdivision offer.  Custom Homes, bring your own builder, everyone is invited.   September 11th, 2010 From 8:00 - 11:00 North Ogden, UT 1357 E 3150 North   For more details, give me a call.  Prices vary based on lot size and location within subdivision.  Bring us some offers,   See ya there!
By Brandon Clark
(UTAH INFRARED Home and Building Inspections)
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Ogden Utah Hot Springs Infrared Inspection When we're (Power Check Infrared Home Inspections) not providing Infrared Home Inspections, we always seem to find other cool uses for our high resoloution FLIR infrared cameras. I stopped by our local hot springs located in the Ogden Canyon to take a few infrared images.   As you can see, some of my fellow Ogden citizens had beaten me to the most popular spot             That was perfectly alright though because my Infrared Camera lead me to numerous other hot springs located all along the banks of the river. Many of these springs are quite secluded. With a little help from a FLIR Triple Fusion Infrared Camera and a blow-up kiddy pool than anyone can have access to their own secluded 130+ degree Utah Hot-Spring Hot-Tub. NOTICE THIS SPRING IS 1...
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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North Ogden homes sold stayed the same when comparing with last year's 2nd quarter.  Price of North Ogden real estate dropped by a significant amount of 18% on the median side of 9% on the average side.
By Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate
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We need Positive Price Action to confirm market bottom.  One month of price improve isn't sufficient to confirm the market bottom.  We need to see appreciation month over month for three months. PRICE ACTION      Other good signs in addition to positive price action is lower DOM (days of the market), lower new listingsand higher percent of new listings being SOLD.   SUMMARY Has the Utah Real Estate Market bottomed? Currently we are not seeing the needed positive price action (along with other indicators) to confirm a market bottom.  This is NOT a good time for those investor with low and/or no risk tolerance to purchase.  Investors with a long term buy and hold strategic.  Opportunities are starting to make sense.  Contact your property resource specialist for information to make an inf...
By Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate
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We need Positive Price Action to confirm market bottom.  One month of price improve isn't sufficient to confirm the market bottom.  We need to see appreciation month over month for three months. PRICE ACTION   Other good signs in addition to positive price action is lower DOM (days of the market), lower new listingsand higher percent of new listings being SOLD.   SUMMARY Has the Utah Real Estate Market bottomed? Currently we are not seeing the needed positive price action (along with other indicators) to confirm a market bottom.  This is NOT a good time for those investor with low and/or no risk tolerance to purchase.  Investors with a long term buy and hold strategic.  Opportunities are starting to make sense.  Contact your property resource specialist for information to make an inform...
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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Over the past eight years, homes in North Ogden slowly increased, peaking close to 400 sold in 2007. Over the past two years, North Ogden homes sold have taken dramatic decrease, almost back to the same number sold in the year 2000.  Sold prices have stayed pretty close to the estimated 4% appreciation.  Check out North Ogden MLS Listings to see what is currently available.
By Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate
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We need Positive Price Action to confirm market bottom.  One month of price improve isn't sufficient to confirm the market bottom.  We need to see appreciation month over month for three months. PRICE ACTION   Other good signs in addition to positive price action is lower DOM (days of the market), lower new listings and higher percent of new listings being SOLD.    SUMMARY Currently we are not seeing the needed positive price action (along with other indicators) to confirm a market bottom.  This is NOT a good time for those with low and/or no risk tolerance to purchase.  High and medium risk tolerant investors are making buying decisions and are doing some bottom fishing.  Some are trying to time the market and market timing is risky.  Trying to time the bottom is not for the inexperien...
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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North Ogden was the only major city in Weber county to have an increase in number of homes sold.  Even though only 7 more homes sold, percentage wise it was about 13% more.  Not only that, median sold price increased 3% and average sold price climbed 0.78%.  Inventory for homes in North Ogden is near the county average at 8 months and there are 163 active listings. 
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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North Ogden experienced a painful 60% drop from 80 homes sold to 32.  At the same time, average sold price experienced an increase up to the $200,000 range and median sold price increased to the $190,000 range. There are 163 North Ogden homes listed on the market and inventory is up to 15.28 months.  
By Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate
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We need Positive Price Action to confirm market bottom.  One month of price improve isn't sufficient to confirm the market bottom.  We need to see appreciation month over month for three months. PRICE ACTION                    Other good signs in addition to positive price action is lower DOM (days of the market), lower new listings and higher percent of new listings being SOLD.     We are seeing the risk indictor move from High to Medium range.  This still is NOT a good time for those with low and/or no risk tolerance to purchase.  A strong case can be made that those who are looking for a home for their family with plans to stay long term.  Why not buy now?  Especially if the numbers make sense, i.e. Owning vs. Renting.  Even, if the market retracts more (which is extremely likely) in...
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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Homes sold in North Ogden dropped 33% in 2008 but sold prices increased.  Average sold price increased 2% to $208,262 and median sold price increased 5.25% to $195,250. Current price of homes in North Ogden are up about 17% from 2008 sold price.  There are 5.88 months of active inventory. These numbers are not official.
By Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate
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We need Positive Price Action to confirm market bottom.  One month of price improve isn't sufficient to confirm the market bottom.  We need to see appreciation month over month for three months. PRICE ACTION   Other good signs in addition to positive price action is lower DOM (days of the market), lower new listings and higher percent of new listings being SOLD.  On a year over year, YTD comparison currently (14.57) % of new listings are being sold.         SUMMARY  Currently we are not seeing the needed positive price action (along with other indictors) to confirm a market bottom.  This is NOT a good time for conservative buyers to purchase.  High risk tolerant investors and speculators are doing some bottom fishing. For more details or just to chat about market conditions please feel ...
By Alan Barker
(Boomerang Leads)
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Approximately 140 listed homes were sold in in North Ogden in the first half of the year. The average sold price of these hoes was $201,304 and the median price was $182,750. In the second quarter, 60 homes were sold with a median price at $192,000 and an avarage price of $210,000. At the Q2 pace Ogden has 8 months of available inventory. Ad the mid year point there were 157 homes and condos for sale in N. Ogden. The average price of these listings was $252,251 and the median price was almost $240,000.
By Gerald Richards
(Team One - The Franklin Group)
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There are as of 10 May 2008, 149 active single family homes on the market with another 27 homes under contract for a total of 176.  By calculating what percentage of that total the 27 homes under contract are you know if North Ogden is a buyers or a sellers market.   27 divided by 176 = 13%.   If the % is under 25 percent then it is a buyers market.  If it's over 25% then it's a sellers market.   So North Ogden, UT is currently experiencing a buyer's market.   To find out more about market conditions in Utah just give me a call at 801-540-3825
By Natalie Larsen, Associate Broker, ABR, GRI, ePRO
(Market Edge Real Estate)
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North Ogden residents may be voting in June on whether to support a general obligation bond of up to $2 million to pay for an enclosure at the North Shore Aquatic Center.  A poll of local residents indicates that the bond would increase taxes about $26 on a $167,000 house.  The proposed enclosure would be mostly glass with a rectractable roof and would be 95 x 122 feet.  The North Ogden City Council will vote on April 10th to decide whether the proposed general obligation bond should be included on the ballet during public elections to be held June 26th, 2007. 

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