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Phone: 435-619-3422


Jul 19, 2012

St. George | A Homeowner’s Paradise

Since 200 B.C.

Believe it or not, St. George, Utah has been inhabited for over 2,000 years. Its very first residents, the Virgin River Anasazi, left behind rock art and ruins that can still be seen today. St. George is a place full of history, culture, and beauty that you cannot find anywhere else on Earth.

St. George, Utah

Named after LDS Apostle George A. Smith (also known as the “Potato Saint”), St. George is the eighth largest city in the state of Utah and has consistently been one of the fastest growing areas in all of the United States. The reason behind this is the way people feel when they come to St. George. It’s a place that gives individuals and families of all sizes a sense of peace, adventure, success, and belonging.

Buying Real Estate in St. George, Utah

The St. George real estate market is growing quite rapidly. With amazing views, landscapes, weather, and a variety of recreational activities, homeowners in St. George have too many luxuries to count. So if you’re someone who’s wanting to buy, where do you start?

When considering buying a home in St. George, you need to find an agent that will take the time to get to know and understand your unique circumstances and specific needs. With that communication and trust, expectations are met and stress stays at a minimum.

Charlie Mowery at Coldwell Banker Premier Realty can help you with your St. George MLS search where you’ll find residential properties including single family residences, condominiums, town homes, rentals, and more.

Call (435) 619-3422

Buying a home is all about planning ahead and then following through with that plan. Charlie Mowery lives by that. We are your one-stop-shop for all of your real estate needs. Call him today at (435) 619-3422, and take one step closer to owning your own piece of beautiful St. George, Utah.

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