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Thank you for visiting my website and considering me your Wasatch and Summit County Real Estate advisor! I've enjoyed helping families find and purchase the perfect property, and helping people sell their real estate holdings for nearly 10 years. I absolutely love what I do and I am very committed to making the buying and selling process as simple, fluid and fun as possible! Anyone who knows me will tell you that I'm a Real Estate junky - and that my obsession is evident! You've come to the right place if you are in the market for Heber City Utah Real Estate, Park City Utah Real Estate, Utah Recreational Property, Utah Cabin Property, or cabins and lots in Timber Lakes Utah. On this site, I've broken down information specifically for Buyers and Sellers, and then have created sections specific to recreational properties for the areas around Wasatch and Summit Counties that are most popular. If you can't find the information you're looking for, please let me know and I'll be sure to add that content to my website. Don't ever hesitate to call me with questions you may have or to arrange a time to look at properties or discuss your needs. I'm always interested in representing fine pieces of land and homes, and I'd be more than happy to preview your property and discuss what needs to happen to get it sold quickly. I look forward to hearing from you! Call, email or text me anytime.


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CHRISTIE WILSON  |  KW Keller Williams Heber Valley Real Estate  |  Associate Broker, CSP
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Questioning Ben Carson as HUD secretary? Here’s the silver lining for housing

Posted on 28 November 2016 | 11:00 am

I’m guessing Ben Carson as HUD secretary is a title you probably didn’t expect to hear connected to the former GOP presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon. Although it sounds like an outlandish idea to most Americans, there’s a silver lining. In fact, the positive side is something that people in housing actually asked for....  more»