January 2019

31
Jan

How to Bust Out of a Work Slump

It’s the start of 2019. You should be focusing on your goals, crushing your sales and starting the year off strong. Right?! But what if that perfect New Year feeling just isn’t taking hold? You are not alone. So how do you break the habit and get in gear? Our team uses The 12 Week Year to accomplish this, and let us tell

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31
Jan

We Service Park City

Park City, Utah. Home to world class ski resorts, annual art festivals and more outdoor recreation spots than you could ever explore. This year-round vacation spot is a sought after area for locals and out-of-towners alike. But some of you might not know that we service Park City and it’s surrounding areas! Not sure what Park City has to offer? Here are just some highlights to get you

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24
Jan

How Does the Tax Reform Effect YOU in 2019?

Just when you were starting to get comfortable with your annual chore of tax filing, things changed. The 2018 tax reform bill hit the scene. Over the past year, you’ve heard about updates ranging from tax rates to deductions . . . and your head is spinning. Not that you’ve ever loved tax season (who does?), but now you’re really dreading it.

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17
Jan

Home Officing? Get the Setup

The No.1 essential for your office is comfort. An office you want to be in will help you get more done! Keep in mind the number of hours you will spend there. Choose a location that is big enough so you aren’t squeezed in anywhere, in a separate room, if possible. Your chair is everything — make sure it is

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11
Jan

How to Use Your Patio in the Winter

You don’t want to miss the magic of winter by being cooped up inside. You can enjoy the colder months by transforming your outdoor space into something more comfortable for the changing temperatures. Here are some quick and easy tips to get you started: Add a heat source There is no doubt you will need to add some kind of

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7
Jan

What are Loan Limits and Why do You Care?

What are Loan Limits? A conforming home loan is one that meets, or “conforms” to, certain guidelines set forth by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Freddie and Fannie are government-sponsored enterprises that purchase mortgages. When a loan meets the purchasing criteria used by Freddie and Fannie, it is said to be a conforming loan. There are various criteria used to define

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