Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Wasatch Back Estate - 1,466+ Acres



Welcome to the Wasatch back. This Slipper Hollow listing includes over fourteen hundred and sixty-six acres for sale, starting in the foothills and going up to the Wallsburg Ridge, where it connects to thousands of acres of Forest Service land.

With over 14 acre feet of water and the majority of the land surveyed, now is a great time to build
your full-time mountain home, amazing second home, or corporate retreat. Homes dot the Wallsburg valley floor within a short distance of hunting, hiking, biking, and horse riding.

With vistas along the Wallsburg Ridge of Deer Creek Reservoir, Mount Timpanogos, and South Fork Canyon. Aspen and Pine trees are thick below the Wallsburg Ridgeline and hide many
trophy deer and elk.

Zoned preservation 160 - 1 single-family home per 160 acres; there is enough land and water to add a few additional homes if desired.

Settled in 1862 by William Wall, today the Wallsburg Valley provides exactly what you want to be able to get away from it all and also be near it all.

Close proximity to Park City, Sundance, Provo, and Salt Lake City provides a great opportunity to enjoy the beauty and quiet of the mountains and still have quick and easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Approximately 15 miles to Heber City, 30 miles to Park City, 60
miles to Salt Lake City airport and 20 miles to the nearest Costco.

Come build your new home in Wallsburg below Slipper Hollow and enjoy the beauty and serenity the valley has to offer.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 28, 2017

Incandescent vs Flourescent vs LED




Good morning everyone, I'm at a good friend's home and they have over 150 LED lights so I wanted to share a little information about lighting.

As you can see these are LED lights and one of the things that people used to worry about is that they are so directional that they wouldn't provide the flood of light like fluorescents do.

Incandescent lights last about a thousand hours per lightbulb. Fluorescent lighting, which has a little mercury in it, increases about ten times and last about 10,000 hours per light bulb and use 70% less energy.

LED lights, which have been very expensive until the last couple years, range from 20-50,000 hours per bulb and reduce energy consumption another 30-50% from fluorescents.

So think of this when you are looking to build a home, buy a home, or even just change out your lights!

This is a beautiful home here and you can see how good these LED lights look!

Take care!


Take care,              
Brian
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 25, 2017

Mapleton Utah Over 70 Homes Currently For Sale

Hey everyone, I hope you're having a great weekend! Just want to take a minute and share a few thoughts.

I'm in Mapleton again, I've talked about Mapleton before, I love Mapleton it is such a beautiful, beautiful town. I have friends here and clients but it's not just because of them, it is a beautiful town. You could look over here and see the lake I mean it is just beautiful, I love it.

Anyway it's a great place if you're looking for real estate. I know people keep talking about low
inventories right now, in Mapleton there are 74 homes that are listed for sale and some of these are to be built homes but the majority are existing homes.

Mapleton in my mind was always if you were in Mapleton you probably had a larger parcel, that's just what I always thought. Elkridge, Mapleton, kind of this this area, you had a larger parcel.

Out of those 74 homes over half, I think it's 40 some are less than half an acre and so
Mapleton has changed at least my paradigm. You don't have as many, I think it's like 30 homes, no it was 25 homes are an acre or more so it's changing a bit here in Mapleton.

I just wanted to share this view because I love it, it's at the south end of Main Street you've got a great view of the lake.

If you're interested in Mapleton give me a call. There are quite a few places for sale, it's a great location. The other thing is that the perception has been that Mapleton is a long ways away it's out back in the corner and you can't get to anything, but you're pretty close to Spanish Fork, to Springville and so it's closer than what you think.

Whether you're in Mapleton and you want a price and you want to know the market price of your home or you want to come to Mapleton, give me a call. I have some other cohorts from my office who I work with and we'll give you some information on Mapleton and help you decide what to do.

Anyway have a great weekend and we'll talk to you later.

       
Take care,
Brian
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 21, 2017

Wasatch Back Hunting, Hiking, Estate Retreat - 1,466+ Acres

Wasatch Back Property
Wallsburg, Utah

An amazing 1,466+ acre ranch estate, connects to 1,000's of forest property acres along the Wallsburg Ridge.  Amazing views of the Wallsburg valley, Deer Creek Reservoir and the Midway / Heber valley.






With over 14 acre feet of water the P-160 zoning allows for the possibility of eight homes or build your one custom second home, family or corporate retreat.  Close to so much in nearby Park City, the Provo or Salt Lake airport, Blue Ribbon fishing on the Provo River and everything else that the Silicon Slopes have to offer. Yet, out of the way in the beautiful Wasatch Back.

Contact me today to learn more about this property and schedule a time to go view the property.

Best Regards,
Brian Olsen, Wallsburg World Realtor

Wood Floors and Nail Caps



Hey everyone hope you're having a great weekend. I was going to do a Facebook live out in this wind or at a home where I just showed some clients but it is so windy.

Anyway I wanted to share an experience while I was showing some homes in Midway today and one of the homes is Sunburst Ranch which is just a beautiful development, they're doing a few more units there and so if you're interested in Sunburst Ranch let me know.

But anyway we're looking in this home and it's wood floors, beautiful wood floors and this couple that I'm with, she starts telling about how when they got married they got a German Shepherd from her dad for their wedding gift. As a puppy it was fifty pounds, anyway as it gets growing bigger it would run to the door when somebody got there and just tear up this wood floor and the wife comes home one day and her husband is putting these covers on the dog's toenails and I've never heard of that, she hadn't heard of it, anyway it worked and they just raved about them. They're called soft paws or toenail caps, anyway a number of different things.

So if you have a dog at home and you need to protect your wood floors you can get these covers, they come in different colors, anyway it sounds so cool!

Anyway I love dogs we just got a new Corgi and he's not getting along really good with our Blue Heeler so I don't know what we were thinking with that, but I love dogs I did a post a while ago about
doggy doors, so anyway I just wanted to share that with you I hope you have a
great weekend. If you have a dog it's a house dog look for some toenail covers to protect your hardwood floors.

Anyway take care you guys and we will chat with you later. Oh wait I got to show you one more
thing just real quick.

Im at Deer Creek, look at these guys out here I don't know if you can see this it is so windy there's whitecaps and these guys are just surfing like crazy out...here look at this guy.

Anyway I was a little long here but have a great weekend!

Take care,
Wallsburg World Realtor
bolsenre.com

Friday, August 18, 2017

Parcel Of Record - Wasatch County


Hello everyone Brian Olsen here!

I’m up in Wasatch County today and lots of people want to know if certain parcels are what is called a parcel of record.

Wasatch County calls it a certificate of zoning verification and what it means is that you are able to build a home on the property.

I’m on a two, two-acre parcels that are in a twenty-acre zoning, but because these parcels were subdivided previous to 1965 they are grandfathered in to what the zoning was back in 1965.



So if you’re wondering if you can build on a parcel you need to do some investigation. Typically you’ll get with a title company and do some research on the property; when it was last deeded, when it was last subdivided, and if it was meeting the zoning requirements at the time that deeding took place.

So it’s a $100 to get with the county to get this verification done, if it was before 1965 that it was subdivided its almost always approved. As you get closer to 1970s and 80s it’ll just depend on what happened!


Take care,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor






Monday, August 14, 2017

Lakeview Parkway South Provo


Hey good morning everybody. I am in the south part of Provo this morning and just want to share with you something that I didn't realize was looking so good.

I've been concentrating quite a bit up on the interchange on 2100 North you know as far as trying to see what's happening to stay on top of things, but I am on the Lakeview Parkway where there
is a new interchange off of I-15 and this is just really cool. I just want...sorry I got a phone call there...I don't know if you've been down this way lately but it is just really neat, let me put this where you can take a look at this.

So the interchange is just right over there and here's the Lakeview Parkway heads over right over there just not quite to 1100 West you've got DR Horton is doing a new development going on over there and it is it is just set up really nice.

This interchange is super nice it's going to make it so much easier for people down on this end to be able to jump on I-15 right here.

Most of this property all around here is privately owned. Just down on the other side of 1100 west on this south side of the parkway is some property Provo City owns. But anyway this is just really exciting!

So I didn't know if you've been down this way I just wanted to share it with you and I'm sure there's going to be some nice parks and so close to the lake.

Now I've got to look into this a little bit more and see where things are going to go. You know, what the master plan is here, like I said I haven't looked into this area for a while, I've been looking more into the I-15 and the interchange going on up on 2100 north in Lehi and over to the Mountain View expressway.

So if you get down this way like I said DR Horton has a new development there's some other homes for sale in the older part of Provo here, which has got some nicer older homes, a few parcels that are available.

Anyway, kind of exciting to see what Provo is doing here. If you need any help give me a call, shoot me a text, or Facebook message, or email.

Take care,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor



Friday, August 11, 2017

748 W. 1160 N., Pleasant Grove Home For Sale



Hey everyone, I am in Pleasant Grove with some new clients and friends of mine that have been friends for a little while and I'm at their home it's located in 748 West 1160 north and I just want
them to share. 

I was going to talk about their garage and their solar panels and a number of things, but I've got them right here so I'm going to ask them to share what they love most about having lived in this home for quite a few years. I don't remember exactly how many years 12 years, okay so we've got Trevor and Sheri and just in 10-15 seconds Trevor first, what do you like most about having lived here? 

Well I've loved the location for sure it's been been tons of fun to live here in Pleasant Grove, I teach just down the road and I've loved we love the yard, we've loved putting a bonus room on our home so that we could have a nice view and be able to hang out as a family and do activities and things together. The location's been fantastic. We love to camp and do other kinds of things and it's a great, great place to be. 

Okay, that was more than one but it's a lot of reasons. Sheri, do you have, you can give more than one as well, but what have you loved about being here? 

One thing I like about our house is the road's very calm, it's not on a busy road, but storage we've added on and we have a lot of storage now. 

Excellent, ok so those are just a couple of things I'll have some more information or get a hold of me and we'll get the listing information to you, but this Pleasant Grove is a hot market and you've got to check out this home. 

So give me a call, shoot me a text, private message, anything like that and we'll get some more information on this home. Take care.

                                                                   
Contact me for more information on this home,
Brian Olsen
Wallsburg World Realtor

Monday, August 7, 2017

Wasatch County's Hot Market


Hey everyone, sorry if you started to watch my live video a minute ago I was up on the side of the hill and I lost reception.

Anyway I am in Wallsburg, Round Valley also known as, and I just love it here and wanted to share some real estate information with you of course, but also show you just how beautiful it is. And I again apologize I was up on the side of the hill and you could have got a view of the valley but
you can still get a good feel of this it's just so beautiful right now, things are so green.

So anyway Wallsburg it is a hot market in Wasatch County, which it hasn't been that hot, but since March First we've had four properties go under contract. So for Wallsburg that is a hot market, but don't fret there's still some other properties that are available and if you're interested in Wallsburg give me a call.

The other three properties are still under contract but there's still four homes that are listed for sale, and there are 14 parcels that are listed for sale. Further up here there's two two acre parcels, let me just turn around here so you see, right back here there's 1,400 acres up alongside the hill here that's for sale and a bunch in between.

So there's still a lot of things for sale, come into Wallsburg just ask for Brian Olsen, people know how to find me if you do drive into the valley otherwise give me a call, shoot me a text I'd love to
help you find a place here in Wallsburg or anywhere else; Wasatch back, Wasatch Front.

Anyway have a great weekend. Take care.
Brian
Wallsburg World Realtor

Friday, August 4, 2017

Park City Rental Investment




Hey you guys hope you're having a great Saturday morning. I am in Park City. and just wanted to share a couple thoughts with you.

I'm at a client's home and I love Park City. it's such a great place and I have a number of clients that are looking for investment properties and so I want to share a couple things to think about as you're looking for investment properties.

My clients home is a fairly large home and one of the things to think about is that various HOAs and places here in Park City.won't allow overnight rentals, and so what are you looking for you're looking to rent the property nightly or do you just want a long-term renter a couple things to think about that way.

The second thing is everybody knows that the ski season, Sundance Film Festival times, those you can rent about any type of property you have; condo, large home, anything.

What we're finding is during the summer the larger homes are renting a little bit better just because there's a lot of family reunions and so anyway a couple things to think about.

I'd love to help you whether you're looking to buy or sell in Park City. Park City is just a great place I love Park city and its really a good time to be looking at buying or selling property.

Anyway give me a call and I'd love to help you out.

Have a great weekend!
Brian
Wallsburg World Realtor

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