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A Full Service Real Estate Agency

Utah 1st is not just a property management company. Bryan Wilson, our company owner, is a real estate broker. Ben Walker, assistant property manager, is also a licensed real estate agent. When you’re ready to buy a home, both Ben and Bryan can help you find the right home for the right price in the right neighborhood.  As a result, Utah 1st is now a full serve agency, a very rare combination in Washington County!



Hidden Gem

Country Living Magazine recently ran an article on what they called an “up and coming” vacation town, our very own Hurricane, Utah.

According to the article, demand for Hurricane (vacation) rental properties rose 199% between 2015 and 2016. “But we totally get the under-the-radar appeal of this small town—which is pronounced “Her-ah-kun” by locals, by the way—located just 30 minutes west of Zion National Park in southeastern Utah.”

Vacation rentals range from $179 a night to $450 a night, depending on the rental size, particularly how many bedrooms. With its close proximity to Zion’s National Park, Hurricane is a perfect place for your next vacation!


Slow down and Read Carefully

Each month, we email a newsletter to both tenants and owners. The newsletter contains important information like policy changes and reminders.

Sometimes we get strange responses to the newsletter.  In every case, it’s a simple misunderstanding. The reader was not reading carefully and misunderstood, causing themselves heartburn that they don’t need to experience. When the newsletter arrives, slow down and read carefully before contacting us to complain. If we make an error, we will correct it but be sure the newsletter has been read carefully before jumping to conclusions.

Tell Us How We’re Doing

Want to tell us how we’re doing? Google review us! Simply copy and paste link below into your browser and tell us how we’re doing! An internet search is the most popular way potential tenants find us and we know that tenant feedback is the best way for us to grow and improve. Not every property management company invites feedback but we’re not like any other property management company. So tell us how we’re doing!,1

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Each month, we hold a drawing for the people who have paid their rent by 5:00 pm on the 3rd of the month. This month, our winner is Ben Barlow. He receives a $20 gift certificate to the restaurant of his choice. Congratulations to Ben and thank you for being a great tenant!



A Great Place to Live!

Even with colder temperatures, there is much to do in Washington County during the winter months.
Go on line and check out these great activities:
The Washington City community center has an indoor pool, classes and entertainment year round. Call them for details.
The Washington County library system offers kids’ crafts and story times year round.
Washington County, Utah is a great place to live all year!


As 2016 comes to a close, we are very aware that our terrific tenants and owners have made the year a success for us.

We wish everyone a happy 2017 filled with health and happiness.

Merry Christmas!

Each month, tenants who pay their rent by 5:00 pm on the 3rd of the month are entered into a drawing for a gift card to a restaurant of their choosing.

For December, the winner asked that we give the gift card to someone who needs it. Isn’t that terrific? It’s a great example of the many wonderful people, both tenants and owners, that we get to serve every day.



Keep the Decorations Simple

Christmas is a great time of year to decorate. We suggest decorating in a way that others can enjoy without placing potentially destructive decorations on the outside of the property you occupy.

Use window displays and inside lighting to spread Christmas cheer. Remember to use easy-to-remove fasteners and hooks to set up displays. No need to do anything that might damage the property and cost you money when you move.
Merry Christmas!


New Location

We are in our new offices and we couldn’t be happier!

Come visit us at 1240 E. 100 S. #5


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