Each Monday we will have the top three BYU stories with Jimmy Rex of Rex Real Estate and also his top three properties of the week. Check out their complete list each week of best properties at their website, RexRealEstateTeam.com.
1. Draper – $198,000 at 2,200 square foot townhouse was built in 2009. This is a bank owned – SOLD NEW ON 5/29/09 FOR $199,900/Jimmer Fredette taken No. 2 by the Westchester Knicks, but eyeing that 15th roster spot with the New York Knicks.
Jimmer Fredette has a plan by getting picked up by the Westchester Knicks. The parent club, the New York Knicks, roster is in flux at the tail end of the roster, especially that final roster spot. For Fredette to move up to the NBA he will need to light it up in the D-League to show what he can do as the focal point of the offense to hopefully wow the NBA scouts and allow him to get the call up.
2. Orem, 4-plex is selling for $379,900 and is an amazing investment – Final and best offer is due soon, so call ASAP/BYU had a great shooting night against Arizona Christian.
Playing in their first exhibition game, BYU was lighting it up from beyond the arc in this first game not against their own team. It is hard to take a lot from this game with BYU being so much better than Arizona Christian. Jake Toolson had a great game with 23 points and Nic Emery had 20 points in the win, but the starting lineup is not yet settled and getting a lot of minutes for those in contention is key in these preseason games.
3. Grantsville – $314,000- 7,600 square foot cabin sitting on an acre and is a dream property. This is a bank-owned property/College football coaching openings are plenty.
Not only are there 10 FBS openings but former BYU coaches are a part of that list. Norm Chow is out at Hawaii, Steve Sarkisian is no longer in charge at USC and Gary Crowton left his offensive coordinator job at Southern Utah and is now a consultant for Oregon State. There will be a lot of coaching shake ups this December and January and there could be new places for some former Cougar coaches.