Dave Winters

Realtor

RE/MAX Associates Utah

People and Their Concerns Not Just Another Transaction
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About Dave Winters

People and Their Concerns, Not Just Another Transaction Dave has been a top producing, Utah real estate agent for more than 28 years, with expertise in the “heart of the valley”. From The Avenues to Willow Creek and an area of specialization in Harvard/ Yale. Dave and his clientele credit his consistent achievement to his availability and professionalism. Dave was honored to receive the 2008 #1 RE/MAX Agent for the state of Utah. He is as close as a phone – and his phone is answered from 8am – 8pm daily. Nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX. With the resources of the largest network of Relocation Professionals in the industry and one of the most recognized names in Real Estate worldwide, RE/MAX offers you the most comprehensive portfolio of services… and exposure to more buyers and sellers than any other Real Estate company worldwide! Dave Winters, CRS REALTOR®

Latest Blog Posts

Should I Wait for Mortgage Rates To Come Down Before I Move?

If you’ve got a move on your mind, you may be wondering whether you should wait to sell until mortgage rates come down before you spring into action. Here’s some

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Ways To Use Your Tax Refund If You Want To Buy a Home

Have you been saving up to buy a home this year? If so, you know there are a number of expenses involved – from your down payment to closing costs. But did you also know your

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The Perks of Downsizing When You Retire

Some HighlightsIf you’re about to retire, or just did, downsizing can be a good way to try to cut down on some of your expenses.Smaller homes typically have lower energy and

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Builders Are Building Smaller Homes

There’s no arguing it, affordability is still tight. And if you’re trying to buy a home, that may mean you need to look at smaller houses to find one that’s still in

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