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We Are Hiring!

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

The Cindy Wood Realty Group is looking for a full-time Buyer Specialist. If you qualify, please email with your resume and cover letter as a pdf.

Buyer Specialist:  Cindy Wood Realty Group is looking for an energetic, articulate, self-managed/self-disciplined buyer specialist to provide unparalleled service and direction to clients in the Salt Lake County real estate area. Seeking someone that always displays positive attitude, who is a good communicator - both written and verbal; possessing strong computer skills (knowledge of real estate software programs beneficial), who is organized, has a good sense of humor, enjoys negotiating and cultivating a rapport with clients and team members, is a fast learner with an ability to think quickly on multiple levels, has been licensed for at least one year. Only candidates with real estate licenses need apply; must provide proof of own transportation, insurance, and cell phone. The Buyer Specialist will be working with a large amount of leads with corporate and first-time buyers. Opportunity to make $100,000+. Sales should be between 40-50 buyers. The first step is to e-mail your resume and cover letter as a pdf attachment.


by Cindy Wood Realty Group

Big changes are coming! Starting August 1, 2015, a new regulation, TILA-RESPA will begin being implemented extending closings an extra 15 days. If you are buying a home, plan on 45 days to close instead of 30 days.


For more information, click here.

Create It

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

Picking Colors For Your Home

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

Picking a color palette for your home isn't always easy. There is a lot of work that goes into moving furniture and then painting every wall. Kerrie Kelly wrote an article titled, "Ask These 7 Questions to Create a Whole House Color Palette," filled with helpful advice that will guide you toward picking the right color palette. Kelly writes,

1. What do you like, and how do you want to feel?

2. What are the elements you can't control?

3. Which rooms can you see from other rooms?

4. Are you ready to commit?

5. Can your choices pass a test?

6. Do you want a different look between upstairs and downstairs?

7. Do you have any neutral nooks?

You can view the full article here.

This Weekend in Events

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

April 24, 2015

Fashion Walk

Where: City Creek Center

Cost: FREE says, "Come to City Creek Center on Friday, April 24 from noon to 1pm for Fashion Walk - featuring the latest and greatest in Spring and Summer fashion trends from a variety of retailers. Dozens of store models will stroll throughout the entire center from Nordstrom to the Food Court. Additionally, the hosts from ABC4's 'Good Things Utah' will be there shopping and showing off their favorite Spring and Summer fashions."


April 24, 2015


Where: Orem Public Library

Cost: FREE


April 25, 2015

Earth Day Celebration at the Swaner EcoCenter

Where: Swaner Eco Center (1258 Center Drive Park City, UT)

Cost: $5 donation encouraged says, "Celebrate Earth Day at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter. This event will offer a number of engaging activities and take home crafts for youth of all ages. Participants will get to clean up a small scale oil spill, learn more about compostable materials, and participate in a recycling race. Guess how many recyclables are in a tub for a chance to win a family membership or one session of summer camp!"


April 25, 2015


Where: The Complex

Cost: $20 advanced


April 25, 2015

Tulip Festival Half Marathon, 5K, and Kids 1-Mile Run

Where: Thanksgiving Point

Cost: FREE

Two Beliefs

by Cindy Wood Realty Group


by Cindy Wood Realty Group

It's that time of the year...again. It's time to bust out your cleaning supplies, declutter, rearrange your furniture and spruce up your home. Reader's Digest offered some great advice on making spring-cleaning a faster process. 


1. Make doormats welcoming - shake, wash and swat them!

2. Clean carpets and upholstery.

3. Finish your floors.

4. Wash walls, cabinets, baseboards and woodwork.

5. Vacuum with intelligence - move big furniture slightly out of the way to get the tough-to-reach spots.

6. Clean ceiling fixtures.

7. Clean your light fixtures.

8. Check your coils.

You can view the full article here.

This Weekend in Events

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

April 17, 2015

Salt Lake Gallery Stroll

Where: City of Salt Lake

Cost: FREE says, "Galleries across Salt Lake are open for the public to meet artists and browse the exciting and thriving visual arts market in Salt Lake City. The event, as always, is free. Some sponsors offer special discounts and rates for those who participate in Gallery Stroll."


April 17,2015

Dracula Untold

Where: Orem Public Library 

When: 6:30 PM

Cost: FREE


April 18, 2015

Family Day- I Spy!

Where: Woodbury Art Museum - Utah Valley University

Cost: FREE says, "The museum is filled with treasures during our I-Spy Family Day. Find hidden objects and test your wit while enjoying fun art activities."


April 18, 2015

Salt Lake City Marathon

Where: Library Square (200 E 400 S Salt Lake City)

When: Full marathon and half marathon start at 7am, bike tour starts at 6am and the 5K starts at 7:15am.


by Cindy Wood Realty Group

Fire Pit Tips

by Cindy Wood Realty Group

Fire pits can be a fun addition to any backyard. However, before you purchase a fire pit you'll want to make sure you have done all of your research and are well informed. Kerrie Kelly wrote an article titled, "5 Designer Tips for Choosing a Fire Pit" on

1. Location, location, location!

Kelly says, " For safety and security, an outdoor fire pit should be at least 10 feet away from the house and shouldn't be placed on your wooden deck. Some communities have specific requirements about placement in relationship to the house, so check your local city or county website for details.

Next, map out the space you'll need for the fire pit itself. Outdoor fire pits are generally anywhere between 18 and 48 inches in diameter. You'll need space for people to sit comfortably around the fire, but remember that people tend to back away from fire as time progresses. Plan for an additional six to eight feet of space for chairs and movement."

2. All About That Base

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Kelly says, "Outdoor fire pits come in all kinds of shapes and sizes these days, but they boil down to three base styles:

  • An actual fire pit is dug into the ground and completed in any of several different finishes (more on that below). These are obviously permanent structures, so plan your backyard layout accordingly.
  • Coffee table fire pits resemble low tables and, when not in use, they can be covered and used as an actual table.
  • Raised bowls bring a stylish, artistic element to the space. Whether metal or concrete, deep or shallow, these simple components can be customized for exactly the look you want."

3. Find a Fabulous Finish

Kelly says, "First, decide whether a mobile or stationary unit is best for your space."

Depending on whether your fire pit is mobile or stationary, you will then be able to coordinate the appropriate finish.

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4. Fire It Up!

5. Precautions

Kelly writes, "As delightful as an outdoor fire pit is, you should never forget that you're dealing with open flames. Make sure you have a plan if things get out of hand. A strategically placed fire extinguisher is the best option here. Placing your fire pit near a hose is another great choice. If neither of those is an option, keep a bucket of sand and a bucket of water nearby. A roaring fire is that much more enjoyable when you have confidence that you are prepared to put it out, whether it spreads from its confines or you're simply ready to call it a night."


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