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Whether you’re looking for your first home, a home upgrade, or an investment property, we’re right by your side. With nearly twenty years of experience, we have the market knowledge to strategize and help buyers stand out in a competitive market.

If you’re a Salt Lake local, we’ll uncover some treasures you might not have seen, and if you’re new to our city, we’ll give you our insider real estate tour.

When you see a place you like, we’ll help provide you with the market analysis necessary to make a strategic offer. Once your offer is accepted, we walk you through every step of the process. Sugar House and the surrounding areas are filled with unique and historic homes. Monique and her team are experts in helping buyers navigate the process of buying older homes.

Simply contact Market Source Real Estate when you’re ready to meet with Monique and her team to begin preparing for the successful purchase of your new home or property.

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