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Now Hiring for Our Team!
February 28, 2018

Now hiring because our Lochlan married her Prince Charming!

Our sweet Lochlan, one of our most favored and treasured team members, accepted the proposal of a man who lives in Hawaii!Lochlan

Although we are excited for Lochlan and Jonny, this leaves us without a very important role for our firm. And in fact, we actually would like to not only replace Lochlan’s position, we also want to hire one more top notch individual to serve in one of our sales assistant positions.

Most of the people we hire for our team come from referrals from our clients, which is what I actually prefer. I need your help in finding two talented individuals for our team.

Both positions require the following character qualities of the individual:

  •  Integrity
  • Driven
  • Verbal adroitness
  • Confident
  • Accountable
  • Prompt
  • Dependable
  • Teachable
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Team Player
  • Accurate
  • Desire for personal growth and development

To follow are some of the position responsibilities and what we are looking for in the administrative assistant role:

  • Provide clerical support to Broker and Associates
  • Use office and industry computer applications
  • Schedule appointments
  • Prepare and deliver marketing materials & presentation packets
  • Communicate with clients, lenders, title companies, and other service providers
  • Client service, care, and follow up
  • Prepare client correspondence
  • Scan and file
  • Data entry
  • Deliveries and errands

The position is full time and the compensation range is between $15 to $20 per hour.

To follow are some of the position responsibilities and what we are looking for in the sales  assistant role:

  • Assist Angelina’s clients in the home purchase and home selling process
  • Follow up with referrals, sign calls, and internet inquiries
  • Negotiate Contracts
  • Attend Closings
  • Have a high level of client and professional contact via phone, email, text, and in person
  • Client service, care, and follow up
  • Implement and maintain the company’s marketing strategy
  • Timely client correspondence
  • Data tracking

No experience necessary and in fact that is what I prefer because I like to teach the members on my team The Sold By An Angel Team® way. J The candidate will need to obtain their real estate license. The position is compensated by commission. The average sales assistant for our team is generally compensated between $40K and $50K the first year and between $40K and $100K per year thereafter.

To apply, please have the candidate send their resume to Amanda Grove at

As always, I am grateful for your support, your loyalty, your business, and your referrals. Thank you for being a significant part of my life!


Happy Thanksgiving!
November 21, 2017

Gratitude JournalToday we sent an email to our clients giving some great ways to purposefully look for the positive in our lives.  We discuss establishing a daily habit of writing in a gratitude journal.  Whether your gratitude journal is an actual “gratitude journal,” a fun blank book, a spiral-bound notebook, or this Gratitude Journal page provided here that you can print out and use, establishing this daily habit will help your day go much better!

Wishing you and yours a happy Thanksgiving this coming Thursday and every day of the year!

Have a Heavenly Day!®

How to Maintain Great Credit
August 22, 2017

Here are some great tips on how to maintain a great credit rating. Lots of my clients ask me, “What are the current interest rates?” The true answer is that the better your credit rating, the more favorable interest rates you personally will be able to receive. I hope you will find these tips helpful so that you can obtain the best possible interest rates in today’s marketplace.

How to Maintain Great Credit

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4 Urgent Reasons You Should Sell Your Home in 2017
February 7, 2017

Please find below 4th quarter market statistics for Davis, Weber, Salt Lake, Utah, Tooele, and Box Elder Counties.

I am also including a link for you to be able to read an excellent article titled,

“Get Moving! 4 Urgent Reasons You Should Sell Your Home in 2017.”

If you have any questions about the marketplace or if I can be of service to you or your friends and family, please let me know!

Thank you for being our client!


1085 East 425 North, Ogden
February 2, 2017

Handyman special. Excellent floor plan with spacious rooms. Large master bedroom with master bath. Spacious family room with open feel. Large yard with pear, apple, cherry, plum and peach trees, and grape vines as well. It has a 2 car garage and the property is fully-fenced. This home will be amazing with some new carpet and paint.

Using the Internet in Your Home Search
August 18, 2016

To follow are insights on how to use the internet in your home search, and why it is important to have an experienced professional guiding you through the home buying process.

Using the Internet in Your Home Search

Home Maintenance Made Easy
April 19, 2016

Home maintenance is essential to preventing costly repairs.  This handy checklist will help you keep on top of home maintenance tasks so you can keep your home in great condition for years to come.

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Building Family Wealth Over The Next 5 Years
December 23, 2015


As the economy continues to improve, more and more Americans are seeing their personal financial situations also improving. Instead of just getting by, many are now beginning to save and find other ways to build their net worth. One way to dramatically increase their family wealth is through the acquisition of real estate.

For example, let’s assume a young couple purchases and closes on a $250,000 home in January. What will that home be worth five years down the road?

Pulsenomics surveys a nationwide panel of over one hundred economists, real estate experts and investment & market strategists every quarter. They ask them to project how residential prices will appreciate over the next five years. According to their latest survey, here is how much value that $250,000 house will gain in the coming years.


Over a five year period, that homeowner can build their home equity to over $40,000. And, in many cases, home equity is large portion of a family’s overall net worth.

Bottom Line

If you are looking to better your family’s long-term financial situation, buying your dream home might be a great option.

Prices & Mortgage Rates Going Up in 2016
December 4, 2015


The monthly mortgage payment on a home is determined by two elements: the price of the house and the interest rate you pay on your mortgage. Recently released reports are revealing that the experts expect both elements to increase in 2016.


CoreLogic has projected a nationwide 5.2% home value appreciation for the next twelve months. Here is their breakdown by state:



All four of the entities that provide projections on mortgage interest rates agree: they’re going up in 2016. Here are the predictions over the next four quarters:

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Bottom Line

With both home values and interest rates projected to increase over the next twelve months, buying (or moving-up), sooner rather than later, makes sense.

Millennials: What FICO Score is Needed to Buy a Home?
December 1, 2015


In a recent article by the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, it was revealed that some Millennials are not looking to purchase a home simply because they don’t believe they can qualify for a mortgage.

The article quoted Jessica Lautz, the National Association of RealtorsManaging Director of Survey Research, as saying that there is a significant population that does not think they will be approved for a mortgage and doesn’t even try. The article also quoted Fannie Mae CEO Tim Mayopoulos :

“I do think that there’s a sense out there in the marketplace among borrowers that credit may not be available, especially for people with lower credit scores.”

So what credit score is necessary?

A recent survey reported that two-thirds of the respondents believe they need a very good credit score to buy a home, with 45 percent thinking a “good credit score” is over 780.

In actuality, the FICO score on closed loans (as reported by Ellie Mae) is much lower and has been dropping over the last several months.


Bottom Line

Millennials who are considering a home purchase should get advice from a local real estate or mortgage professional now. They may be surprised how much the requirements for a mortgage have eased.