OGDEN — Renovations on a historic, nearly 110-year-old central Ogden apartment complex are nearly complete.
OGDEN — A community plan for the southeast corner of Ogden is starting to take shape.
NORTH OGDEN — This year’s Fall Historic House Tour is heading north.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council will soon hold a series of public meetings designed to help residents learn about and sound off on a topic of growing concern: housing.
OGDEN — Students will soon be able to access Weber Innovation High School’s parking lot using a light on 12th Street.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — The old storm-damaged red brick house will be destroyed for good this time.
OGDEN — The first Ogden family to get an “Extreme” home makeover was revealed Friday afternoon.
OGDEN — A city council-approved rezone has cleared the way for a new, multi-family housing unit to be built in east-central Ogden.
HARRISVILLE — The old Ben Lomond Golf Course, which closed last year after a 62-year run, is being considered for residential development.
OGDEN — A city real estate transaction has put the Ogden City Council on alert, with the body saying it wants better communication from Ogden's administration.
Utah homebuyers can expect to be paying higher title insurance costs soon, but the fees will be hidden by new ownership schemes, say critics of a bill passed by the Legislature this month.
OGDEN — Ogden’s administration is seeking to establish a new tax-incentivized redevelopment district in the heart of the city’s east-central neighborhood.
OGDEN — Ogden City says the long path to profitability at the municipal airport has finally begun.
OGDEN — A rezone that paves the way for a town home complex to be built on a long vacant corner of north Wall Avenue has been approved.
OGDEN — The defense and aerospace industry has and will continue to help bolster the economy along Utah’s most northern reaches.
OGDEN — A nearly 110-year-old, historic apartment complex in east-central Ogden is getting a major facelift.
OGDEN — As Ogden City works through a handful of new tax-incentivized redevelopment areas, officials there are finding a need to educate the public on exactly how the often-used tool works.
OGDEN — Ogden City is still working through the particulars of a somewhat problematic development proposal, but it's not clear when a resolution will occur.
OGDEN — A group of students from Utah State University have come up with a plan to repurpose the Union Station rail yard and revitalize the west Ogden neighborhood behind it.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council will soon vote on a massive plan that could bring more than $200 million worth of new construction to a six-block section of downtown.
OGDEN — A property owner has gone to court seeking $2.1 million in damages from a sewer district and a contractor over a major pipeline project that went through his land in Marriott-Slaterville.
OGDEN — For now, two vacant tiny homes sit behind Emily Beeli’s home in Ogden’s older core.
OGDEN — A city run housing assistance program traditionally aimed at stabilizing home ownership levels in east-central and west Ogden may soon be expanded to all areas of the city.
OGDEN — A decision on a disputed development proposed for a decades-long vacant corner of north Wall Avenue has been put on hold.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council is mulling a proposal that would bring a new, 30-unit town home community to a decades-vacant lot along Wall Avenue.
OGDEN — Homes at Ogden City's Stone Hill subdivision are selling faster then they can be built.
OGDEN — Ogden City's redevelopment agency will purchase an existing business property near downtown to make way for a new development on the Ogden River.
OGDEN — Development is coming to unincorporated Weber County, west of Ogden and the cluster of cities around Interstate 15 heading toward the Great Salt Lake.
OGDEN — By this time next year, things could look drastically different in West Ogden.
OGDEN — A new downtown hotel may soon be coming to Ogden.
OGDEN — This year’s Fall Historic House Tour and its tie-in to a recently created arts district in Ogden came together through sheer happenstance.
OGDEN — The lawsuit is over.
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Most homebuyers know they should get an inspection before purchasing a house, but some may not know about important tests beyond the scope of a basic inspection.
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“You have to believe we are magic.” So said Olivia Newton-John in her 1980 classic hit “Magic.” Currently, I have a client who believes we are (I am) magic, and while I appreciate the vote of confidence, it is clear I have not spent nearly enough time engulfed in the studies of Hogwarts wiza…
The Law of Reciprocity may be the most collectively acclaimed moral principal on the planet. In Eastern religions, it’s called karma. Christians call it the Golden Rule, but every religious philosophy has some version of it.
As energy prices rise and solar power becomes more affordable, more Utahns are considering installing solar panels on their homes. In fact, the national Solar Energies Industries Association ranks Utah No. 6 on its list of “Top 10 Solar States.”
When in Rome ... you know the rest — do as the Romans do. Do not, however, go to one of their hospitals.
“You broke into the wrong house,” was the one good line from the movie I spent 1 hour and 28 minutes sitting through last weekend. Time I will never get back. It’s not a total loss, however, because I did go with two of my sisters, so I’m counting it as sister bonding time, while viewing a m…
Utah business leaders are working to bring more awareness to the issue of housing affordability. That’s because without new housing policies and efforts to build affordable homes, our children could find themselves paying more than $700,000 for a modest home.
A pig and a chicken are walking down the street. The chicken says, “Hey pig, I’m thinking we should open a restaurant!”
“So, what’s the bill? Come on, come on, how much?”
Closing costs, response time, purchase price, deadline, property description, code of ethics; all part of the vernacular of a licensed Realtor. At least it should be. Before last week, it used to be an assumption. It was something that I simply took for granted — the fact that every Realtor …
“The highest levels of achievement in life cannot be accomplished by any person working alone.” Although this originated from a book on leadership by John Maxwell, it can be used in any context. It is as true today as it was in 1624 when the poet John Donne declared that, “no man is an islan…
Five to seven years. That is the average amount of time that millennials are staying in their homes before deciding to make a move. Although I am not even close to millennial age, I have personally moved from my self-proclaimed “final resting place” at least four times. I’ve been in my curre…
There’s been a lot of discussion about whether young adults will be a generation of renters or homeowners.
Back in the day, when kids used to walk to and from school instead of driving their own cars — which, incidentally, are nicer than what most corporate executives drive — or having their parents drop them off at the door, I was using my own two legs that the good Lord gave me to walk home fro…
“I Can’t Drive 55.” This, of course, being a 1984 hit song from Sammy Hagar, but also a recent theme in my life ... again. My youngest daughter just turned 16. Frankly, neither one of us can drive 55, but we are on opposite sides of the gas pedal. Where I tend to be a bit on the heavy-footed…
For those who are worried about safe travel, rest assured, TSA has your back. Well, they have mine anyway. And by “having my back,” I mean that I am “randomly” selected for the additional security screening every time I travel. Every time. Both ways. With no exceptions. I think I have a sign…
The English language can be so much fun ... sometimes. Take the word “bad,” for instance. It can hold several different meanings. Bad can mean of very low quality/not acceptable, as in, “The dinner I made a rare attempt at cooking last night was bad.” It can also mean evil or morally unaccep…