Erika Rogers Re/Max First Realty
1224 S. River Rd.
St. George, UT 84790
St George Utah Homes for Sale
When you are buying or selling St. George Utah real estate in today's market, it's important to have confidence in your real estate professional. My commitment to you as your local REALTOR® is to provide you with the specialized real estate service you need. I have listed and sold St. George Utah real estate to first time homebuyers, retirement buyers, investors, second homebuyers and families relocating. And when you're selling, nobody works harder to net you the most money possible. I have lived in St. George, Utah since 1997 and I am enthusiastic about the wonderful opportunities for my clients in St. George Utah real estate. I focus on the communities of St. George Utah, Hurricane, Leeds, Bloomington Hills, Bloomington, Ivins and Santa Clara. If you're looking for elegance and luxury, don't miss the exquisite homes of Stone Cliff, Kayenta, Entrada, Sunbrook, Coral Canyon, Sun River, Northbridge Estates, Las Palmas at Green Valley and The Ledges.
St. George Utah Real Estate Guide
I believe my website will provide you with a wealth of knowledge for your journey through St. George Utah real estate. You'll find there is a lot of helpful information on how to choose the "right" property, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed St. George Utah real estate decision in today´s market.
Be sure to check out my community links. You'll be able to get a good feel for this spectacular place and find out why I call it home! I welcome your feedback and input. I want my site to be as user friendly as possible, so please let me know what you think!
Click the "Property Search" link to view all of the active listings of St. George Utah real estate on the Washington County MLS. I will be happy to provide you with additional information about any of them.
Concerned about what it costs to have me help you find your dream home here in St George Utah? In a typical real estate sale, it doesn't cost you a penny! The seller, whether it is a homeowner or bank, pays the commission to both the buyer's agent and the seller's agent.
St. George Utah Lifestyle
Picture clear, blue, sunny skies, add a few, fluffy white clouds, red rock mountains, green golf courses, picturesque walking trails, thriving businesses, great shopping and you've got a picture of living and working in the St. George Utah area. Washington County is famous for it's mild, balmy winters and over 300 days of sunshine per year! We have very low humidity year round which adds to the quality of life also. Voted by "Where to Retire" Magazine as a top retirement community, St George was profiled in the September/October 2012 issue article "15 Low-Cost Towns". St. George is consistently listed as one of the best places to live and retire in the United States. Here's just a few of the articles/recommendations for St George~“Fortune’s 4 Great Places to Retire” (2011), “HGTV’s 10 Places Where Americans are Moving” (2011), CNNMoney’s 100 Best Places to Live” (2010), “Relocate America’s Top 100 Places to Live In America” (2010), and “Forbes Magazine’s Best Small Places for Business and Careers” (2010).
Easy daytrips can fulfill your passion for exploration; visit Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon North Rim, and spectacular Lake Powell. The beautiful Sand Hollow and Quail Lake reservoirs are State Parks offering beautiful, clean, water recreation areas for family boating and swimming activities.
If you'd like to come and see St George for yourself you may want to check out the vacation rentals available at St George Vacation Rentals.
Please contact me by phone, email, or by filling out one of my forms on this site. I am ready to help you with any of your real estate needs. My goal is to help guide your next real estate transaction to a successful, gratifying close!
Thanks for visiting my website and be sure to read my latest blog posted below!
The 2014 St George Utah Christmas Light Spectacular
The 2014 St George Utah Christmas Light Spectacular
One of my favorite holiday traditions is jumping in the car, bundling up with blankets and hot cocoa, turning up the Christmas tunes and driving around St George to see all the gorgeous light displays!
No more driving around, wandering through neighborhoods, hoping to see some nice lighting displays! Hedgehog Electric has taken the guessing game out of it and is sponsoring "The 2014 St George Utah Christmas Light Spectacular". They even provide a driving map to some of the most creative and elaborate homes and businesses in the St George area this year. HedgeHog Electric will also donate $1 to Habitat for Humanity for all Facebook likes received on their Facebook page during the month of December. All of the displays are free of charge, although some of them may invite you to make a donation which would go to various causes.
The real estate market definitely continues to improve here in St George during 2014! The buying market is becoming very competitive, especially in the "under $250k" price range. Average sales price of a home in St George in July 2014 was $236,913. Average days on the market through 8/20/14 was 111.
The inventory of homes for sale remains pretty steady during the first half of 2014 as well as sales. The inventory of homes priced under $250,000 is declining and the average sales price of a home through August 20, 2014 was $249,111.
There have been 2216 homes sold through August 20, 2014.
The number of St George foreclosures is decreasing as well as Notices of Default. Many sellers are receiving multiple offers if their homes are in good condition and priced competitively. Homes for sale in Coral Canyon continue to be very popular but the homes priced under $250,000 are diminishing.
Sun River 55+ adult community also continues to show stronger numbers than other areas, due to higher demand from the 55+ active adult community buyers. There are currently 27 homes pending sale in SunRiver and 62 homes for sale.
Fourth of July at Vernon Worthen Park in St George Utahis an annual event and tradition for many residents!The park is located at 300 S 400 E St George Utah. Festivities are being held this year on Friday, July 4th, 2014.
Start your day off with the Uncle Sam 5K run at 6:30 am.
There’s a home cooked breakfast provided by Staheli’s Catering (7:30am-10:00am) in the park – The menu includes pancakes, eggs & hashbrowns.
This year’s parade, “It’s a Grand Ole Flag” begins at 8:00 am. Line the streets around Vernon Worthen Park to get a good view of this fun parade! It is free to enter a float or group and prizes will be awarded.
9:30 am the National Anthem at the gazebo-Vernon Worthen Park
9:40-10:30 Zumba at the St George Recreational Center
9:40 – 10:00 am Watermelon Seed Spitting Competition – Vernon Worthen Park
9:40 am – 2:00 pm
City of St. George Independence Day Fun and Games Extravaganza! Bring the whole family for a fun day in the park. Many activities are free: There will be music, food booths, face painting, cotton candy, watermelon seed spitting contest, potato sack races, bounce houses, water wars, dunk tank, our famous 100 foot Slip-n-Slide and a few new surprises! New this year will be indoor activities offered at the St. George Recreation Center which will include Extreme Dodgeball, Kids Crafts Corner, and big movie!!
10:00 am – 2:00 pm Karaoke at the Gazebo
10:00 – 11:00 am Potato Sack Races – Vernon Worthen Park
10:00 am – 12:00 pm Talent Competitions at the main stage.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm Noodle Fencing – Vernon Worthen Park
12:00 pm National Anthem Competition- at the main stage in Vernon Worthen Park
12:00 – 1:00 pm Dodgeball Competition – Inside the Recreation Center, Auxiliary Gym
1:00 pm Hot Dog Eating Competition at the Gazebo
1:30 – 3:30 pm Kids Craft Corner – Inside the Recreation Center
2:00 pm Giant Movie – Inside the Recreation Center, Auxiliary Gym
6:00 – 7:00 pm Magic Show – Sunbowl
8:00 – 10:00 pm KONY Country Presents FREE CONCERT IN THE SUNBOWL Dixie Sunbowl (100 S 400 E) Admission is free
10:00 pm Giant Fireworks Display A spectacular fireworks display will begin at approximately 10:00 pm following the free concert. KONY Radio will broadcast live, during the FREE CONCERT at 8:00 pm and will also provide special musical accompaniment throughout the fireworks display.
For more information call the St. George Recreation Center at (435) 627-4560.
4696 S Whisper Point Dr. St George UT 84790-SUNRIVER 55+ Active Adult Community HOME FOR SALE
Golf course living at it’s best! JUST REDUCED TO $347,000! Panoramic views to die for in SunRiver. Gorgeous upgraded home on the golf course, 3 bedroom or 2 + den, 2 bath & 3 car garage. Popular Transitions floor plan w/split bedrooms for privacy. 18”tile, granite & stainless steel appliances. Fully fenced backyard with low maintenance landscaping.
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION-On The Golf Course in SunRiver 55+ Community
There's lots of fun things to do in St George Utah this week! Just check out a few of the events listed below~
The Wizard of Oz-such a timeless classic for the whole family!
When: Thursday, June 5 through Oct. 17, 8:45 pm to 11:45 pm
Where: Tuacahn Amphitheatre, 1100 N. Tuacahn Dr.
Cost: Contact Box Office
Details: An old time favorite the Wizard of Oz is designed to please audiences of all ages. Showings will run June 5 through Oct. 17 on varying days of the week and at different hours, dependent on sunset times. http://www.tuacahn.org
Archaeological Field Day-why not spend the day in Zion National Park?
When: 9 AM, Thursday June 5th
Where: Zion National Park Human History Museum
Details: Spend a day in the field with a Zion archaeologist and get a feel for the daily comings and goings of this fascinating profession. We’ll start at 9 am and go until 3 or 4 pm. Bring lunch and lots of water and expect to hike, get dirty, and be tired by the end of the day. You might do site survey work, or cataloging, or any number of archaeological tasks. INSTRUCTOR: Member of Zion Archaeological staff. AGES: 16 Years and above, Limited to two participants Contact Michael Plyler, 435-772-3264, email@example.com. http://www.zionpark.org
When: Thursday, June 5, 9:00 am – 2:00
Where: Zion National Park Human History Museum
Details:Field Institute treks are a great way to explore and learn about Zion. Join a field institute naturalist for an introduction to the geology, flora, fauna, and cultural history of Zion. Foray into the park with a naturalist to learn about how animals and plants survive during Zion’s intense summer season. Learn about how Zion Canyon was formed and the geological activity still taking place in the park. Bring your camera for photo opportunities. Interpretive hikes are the naturalist’s choice with each program a unique outdoor learning adventure. Destinations and trails vary. Limited to 11 participants. INSTRUCTORS: various , AGES: 15 years and up. Contact Michael Plyler, 435-772-3264, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.zionpark.org
Jurassic Quest-Who doesn't love dinosaurs?
When: Friday, June 6th: Noon – 8 pm, Saturday, June 7th: 10am – 8pm
Details: The sights and sounds of living, breathing dinosaurs. Over 50 Life-like Dinosaurs Towering Inflatables. Come enjoy dinosaur exhibits, rides, fossil digs, crafts and coloring. Brand New Event! http://www.jurassicquest.com
Cars and Coffee-Come out and enjoy a gorgeous St George morning & some delicious coffee!
When: Saturday, June 7, 10:0 am – 12:00 pm
Where: Perks on Sunset, 1515 W. Sunset Blvd
Details: A gathering for all automobile enthusiasts to display their vehicles, while checking out other vehicles! Get to know other car enthusiast from Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, and those visiting our area and wish to stop by. This is a regularly recurring car event, held on the 1st Saturday of each month.http://www.desertcruzin.com
Originally posted at http://livinginstgeorge.com/2014/06/04/st-george-utah-events-june-2-7-2014/