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BHHS Utah Listings Now on Wall Street Journal

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Feb 11, 2015


All BHHS Utah are now featured on the Wall Street Journal. 

As part of a new partnership between Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and Wall Street Journal, all of our firm listings now appear in the Wall Street Journal's online Real Estate search section. Search under Utah to view all relevant listings.

We are thrilled with the robust marketing efforts championed by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. As one of the most respected brands in the world, BHHS has the gravitas and powerhouse network to ensure every BHHS client benefits from utilizing our services.

As more and more consumers move their property searches online, you can be sure that as a BHHS client your listing is given every advantage in the digital sphere.WSJ Screen shot

The Wall Street Journal is a perfect match for the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand. Accordingly, the brand has negotiated for affiliates to capitalize on all that the Journal has to offer. “We are excited to roll out this program,” said HSF Affiliates VP of Marketing Kerry Donovan. “From online, to print, to listing syndication, The Wall Street Journal reaches the affluent market we target through our brand.”  

In addition to being among the digital listing feed, BHHS has secured long term advertising for the brand in both the print and online edition of WSJ.

Investors Show Optimism That Cliff Will Be Avoided

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties
Nov 21, 2012


Hopes that lawmakers in Washington will reach an agreement on taxes and spending gave investors new confidence and drove stock indexes to their best day in two months.

Investors have spent a tense few weeks since the election watching for smoke signals out of the nation's capital for indications that Democrats and Republicans are nearing a compromise. On Monday, they found reason for optimism.

President Barack Obama said he was "confident" an accord could be reached with lawmakers, and congressional leaders have said they are making progress.

New data Monday also showed existing home sales climbed last month and builder confidence rose to the highest level in 6½ years.

For investors, the stakes are high. If no deal comes to pass by the year-end deadline, a raft of tax hikes and spending cuts would automatically come into effect, potentially dragging the U.S. economy into recession. As big a worry: the wrangling until then could send markets on a wild ride.

"Until we get much closer to a deal, we're going to see more volatility in the markets," said Russ Koesterich, chief investment strategist at BlackRock Inc. "We're going to be hostage to these utterances out of D.C."

Investors and analysts cautioned the gains could quickly be erased should progress in Washington stall, or if new weakness emerges in Europe. Late Monday, Moody's Investors Service stripped France of its triple-A rating, citing its weak economy.

"As a money manager, you don't know where the bottom of the market is, but I don't want to miss the boat if the market goes higher from here," said Reed Choate, a portfolio manager at Neville, Rodie & Shaw, a New York firm with $1.2 billion under management. Mr. Choate said he bought beaten-up stocks of utilities, industrial and energy companies.

After four straight losing weeks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 207.65 points, or 1.65%, to 12795.96, its biggest gain in two months. The Nasdaq Composite rose 2.2%, driven by a 7.2% surge in Apple Inc. AAPL -0.86% Asian markets rose early Tuesday.

A version of this article appeared November 20, 2012, on page A1 in the U.S. edition of The Wall Street Journal, with the headline: Investors Show Optimism That Cliff Will Be Avoided.

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