Rand McCulloughKim Kinder-Young
Southern Utah Real Estate

Real Estate in St. George, Utah


Experience in Real Estate is essential for the best results in the search for your perfect property, or that perfect selling agent!

Rand McCullough has been a full time Realtor since 1998...owned two different real estate brokerages, one large franchise and the current one a boutique style company. He was President of Washington County Board of Realtors 2009-2011, trainer for the largest Real Estate school in Utah, and he's an avid outdoors enthusiast.

Rand specializes in selling homes in St. George and southern Utah.  From this site you can view all homes and properties from the entire St. George MLS (Washington County MLS).  If you are looking to buy or sell real estate, Rand will be happy to show you how he can help you get the best price and terms on your next real estate transaction.  For a free buyer consultation, click here.  If you are selling and would like a free property valuation and market statistical analysis report, click here.  You can also call Rand any time at (435) 619-8800.

Selling a home in today's market is not easy! It requires an effective marketing plan with aggresive promotional and selling services and strategies. If you are buying a home, Rand can help you find the perfect property, negotiate the best price, and help with financing, title, closing, etc. - protecting you from costly mistakes.  When you work with Rand McCullough and Randsland Real Estate, you can expect the best service and respresentation from start to finish - Guaranteed!
 

Featured Listings

Commerce Avenue
Big Water, UT 84741
$289,500 - 14.08 ac
- Great Potential for this 14 Acre Commercial Parcel located just 7 miles from the Aman Resort at the UT/AZ border or 20 miles to the first Marina at Lake Powell Recreation area. This parcel s...

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Do You Need a Home Office? Here’s How to Plan for One
 
If you’ve recently opened or are starting the process of establishing a home-based business, you may have already determined that you need more space. Whether you are simply working on a computer or you need room to store products or raw materials, one of the most important aspects of your business is where it will be conducted. Here’s some information on how to buy a house with your home office in mind and how to make the most of the space if you can’t find the ideal home.
 
Start with your agent
 
Before you do anything, talk to an experienced real estate professional like Rand McCullough about what you need. You’ll want to discuss the primary purpose of your move, your budget, and which features are absolutely necessary. Your realtor will ask you many questions, including how many bedrooms, baths, and open spaces you need. They’ll talk to you about your business and can help determine whether the area that you want to be in imposes any legal restrictions on businesses operated from a residential area.
 
Keep in mind that even the best agent may not be able to find a property that ticks all your boxes. For this reason, flexibility is the key, and your willingness to be open to suggestions will give you a broader pool of homes from which to choose. Your agent can also help you prepare to make a purchase (https://www.randsland.com/buyers.htm) . You can do your own research, too, so don’t be afraid to spend some time determining what you can afford, looking at rates online, and getting preapproved (https://www.randsland.com/buyers-mortgages.htm) which will make it easier to put you in a new home.
 
A Space for You
 
Once you do find a home, it’s time to get started making your office the perfect place to do business. In most cases, you’ll likely turn a spare room into your office. Other potential home office spots include a walk-in closet, the basement, or attic. You’ll also want to consider the garage. Even if it is not currently heated and cooled, it’s not difficult to climate-control a garage, and, considering it’s already blocked off from the rest of your home, it might make the most sense if you need things to be quiet. You may need to add a coat of epoxy to the floor to repair any existing damage. You’re best off hiring a professional for this work because improper coating could lead to buckling or bubbling. A garage is also ideal if you need to use it as a workshop with just a small office to the side.
 
When the House Won’t Work
 
No matter how hard you look, you may not find a home that fits your personal and professional life like a glove. And that’s okay. You still have options. Talk to real estate agents about the possibility of buying a home with enough land to build a freestanding structure. This might not be possible if you choose to move into a neighborhood, which may have an homeowners association. Usually, however, if you stay just outside of city limits, you can get approval to add a new structure; rules and regulations vary from county to county and city to city.
Working from home is an ideal situation for those seeking a work/life balance. And it’s also an excellent way to reduce overhead when you don’t have the revenue to justify the exponential cost of a commercial space. But if you want to be truly efficient in your home office, you’ll have to make sure that your space is right for you. So when looking for a new home, make that a priority, but don’t be afraid to adapt as needed.
 
If you’re in the market for a home with more space, contact Randsland Real Estate at (435) 619-8800 for immediate assistance!
 

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