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Face Everything and Rise

Share Your Story Fear is a powerful thing. It can hold us back or make us stronger. We want to hear your stories about overcoming fear. How are you meeting

Impact of COVID-19 on Licensing

Many of our members still have questions about how COVID-19 is going to affect their license renewals. The Utah Division of Real Estate has released extensive information addressing this concern. Fingerprinting services

Buyers Sign Purchase Contracts without Visiting Properties

“Virtual tours using platforms like Zoom and Marco Polo are giving Utahns ways to continue buying and selling homes with less risk of viral infection,” Alicia Holdaway, 2020 president of

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) vs SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

Utah’s Housing Market Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

How is the current economic quarantine affecting Utah’s real estate market? Join Alicia Holdaway, president of the Salt Lake Board of Realtors®, and other housing experts for a discussion on

Essential Services Only

The Salt Lake Board of Realtors® wants to assure you that the health, safety, and welfare of our members and employees are our highest priority. In order to follow the recommendations

Find Online Providers of Mandatory Classes

If you are concerned about taking mandatory classes within a required deadline, don’t worry! Most are available online. You can easily find online providers of classes like the New Agent

American Dream Grant for School District Employees

Attention Realtors®! Do you have a client that is a public school district employee (K-12)? If so, they may qualify for a $5,000 American Dream Grant from the Salt Lake

Congratulations, Russ Booth!

We would like to congratulate Russ Booth for being the winner of the RPAC giveaway. For this giveaway, Russ can choose to receive either an iMac Desktop (perfect for working

Economic Outlook Webinar

This Thursday, Apr. 9, at 2:00 p.m. (MDT), the Salt Lake Home Builders Association will be hosting a webinar for an economic update and Q&A with Elliot Eisenberg, a recognized national economist,