Utah Home’s Top Ten Posts of 2016

There’s no doubt that 2016 has been an eventful and busy year for many.

Here on Utah Home, we published over 134 posts this year. From providing insight on local real estate markets to taking you inside some of the state’s most luxurious homes and offering fun event, recipe and décor ideas, we have brought you an array of real estate and lifestyle content to make it through this memorable year.

With the end of 2016 quickly approaching, we’re reviewing the posts that garnered the most attention this year.

In case you missed any, or just want to take a second look, here are the most read Utah Home blog posts from 2016:

Tips for Homebuyers in a Hot Seller’s Market
Tips on how to “survive” the house-hunting wars and help increase your chances of getting a home of your own.

Where to Get the Best Hot Chocolate in Utah
Our personal picks of the best places in the state to splurge on a cup of hot cocoa.

Two Salt Lake City Restaurants Are Among the Hottest in the Nation
A look at the two Salt Lake City restaurants that made OpenTable’s “100 Hottest Restaurants in America for 2016” list.

Utah’s Job Growth Rate is the Fastest in the Nation
A discussion on Utah’s job and population growth and how that impacts the state’s real estate market.

Extraordinary Utah Home: Exclusive Gem in Holladay
A tour of a luxurious home in Holladay that raises up real estate expectations a couple of notches.

2016 Utah Best of State Winners Announced
Coldwell Banker received Utah’s Best of State Real Estate/Appraisal award for 2016 for the second straight year and fifth time in the last six years.

Meet Molly Jones, Winner of Utah’s Rookie of the Year Award
A conversation with Molly Jones, winner of Coldwell Banker Utah’s Rookie of the Year Award. Learn her story and secret to success.

Smart Home Technology Catching on with Consumers
A look at the some of today’s most popular smart home devices as determined by the Coldwell Banker® Smart Home Marketplace Survey.

The Downside to Selling Your Home by Yourself
A few reasons why selling your own home rather than letting a professional do it could cost you time and money in the long run.

Extraordinary Utah Home: Elegant French Country Chateau in Bountiful
A glimpse into a Bountiful estate that’s reminiscent of France’s grand castles. Epitomizing a prestigious chateau’s elegant look and feel, this majestic residence will make all your fantasies become a reality.

 

Bonus: Some of Our Favorite Posts From the Past Year

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service
The ultimate road trip through all the national parks in Utah to celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th birthday.

Extraordinary Utah Home: Elegance in Park City
We take you inside a luxurious mountain estate that epitomizes the natural beauty and charm of Park City.

Celebrating the Colors of the Summer Games at Home
Five gold medal worthy rooms, each representing one of the colors of the rings, in honor of the Rio 2016 Summer Games.

DIY Ski Party Ideas that Bring the Joy of the Slopes into Your Home
Fun ideas for creating ski-inspired treats and décor for your winter soiree.

Utah’s Best Sweets to Indulge for National Dessert Day
A list of our favorite dessert spots across Utah.

 

A special thank you to everyone for visiting our Utah Home blog this year. The site continues to grow each month thanks to the support of readers like you. If there are any topics you’d like us to explore in 2017, please let us know in the comments!

By |2018-11-15T12:42:11-07:00December 30, 2016|

About the Author:

Michelle Quintero is a passionate writer who enjoys documenting and learning about the world through different forms of communication. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University who specialized in Broadcast Communication Arts. Along with her knowledge of broadcasting, she is also specialized in conveying messages through other platforms, such as social media, blogs, and news writing. Michelle has always had a fascination with real estate and is looking forward to writing for Coldwell Banker.

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