Geoffrey Fitzwilliam, Realtor

Began his woodworking career as a philosophy student at Rutgers University. In 1974 he moved to Salt Lake City to attend the internationally acclaimed Violin-Making School of America. Although he still builds the occasional violin, his real passion lies with the study of furniture design and construction. And while his craft remains grounded in the time-honored tradition of the luthier and his personal style is firmly rooted in the Arts and Crafts movement, he has also worked for well-known avant garde furniture-makers Wendell Castle and Michael Fortune. He now works as a Real Estate Agent/Guide for Coldwell Banker Realty in their Sugar House Office

Just Because It’s a Sellers’ Market, Don’t Go FSBO!

In a sellers’ market, there are always those homeowners who will be tempted to try to sell their homes on their own (For Sale By Owner, or FSBO) instead of working with a trusted real estate professional. When the inventory of homes for sale is as low as it is today, buyers are eager to quickly offer up on virtually any …

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A Discussion on Multiple Offers at the Salt Lake Board of Realtors, Part 1 of 2

Here is Part 1 of an interesting discussion between members of a Salt Lake Board of Realtors panel and Shane Norris of the UAR forms committee discussing how to navigate multiple offers. I think this should help clarify why every buyer and seller needs to use a real estate professional to bring the transaction to …

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