The Park Record Business Briefs for March 11, 2006 |

The Park Record Business Briefs for March 11, 2006

Commerce CRG has hired Tim Anker as an associate broker. Anker has 13 years of experience in all facets of the real estate industry, including the owner-user office market. He has previously worked at Key Bank, Sundance, Orix USA, IBM, MGIS Companies, Sears, UDOT, and La Frontera Restaurants.

Prior to joining Commerce CRG, Anker worked as a senior associate at Richard Ellis.

Anker graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor of science in psychology, has an associates broker license and is a CCIM candidate.

Commerce CRG has been one of the leading providers of real estate brokerage services in Utah for 26 years. The company is headquartered in Salt Lake City with additional offices in Orem, Clearfield, St. George and Park City.

Commerce CRG offers consulting, brokerage, tenant representation, property and facilities management and valuation services to corporations, institutions and investors throughout the Intermountain West.

Windermere adds new principal broker

Windermere Real Estate-Park City is pleased to announce the addition of principal broker Grady Kohler to its Park City office.

Kohler was formerly a broker with Century 21 in Salt Lake City. He holds an MBA degree from the University of Utah.

Windermere Real estate is the leading residential real estate network in the West with over 7,000 associates and more than 250 offices serving neighborhoods in Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and British Columbia.

Taxpayers e-file more than ever

In the first release of tax filing statistics this year, the Internal Revenue Service announced today that electronically-filed returns have increased, led by a big increase in home computer use.

Through early March, more than 39.5 million taxpayers have e-filed this year. Home computer use is up 16.5 percent, with e-file by tax professionals up nearly four percent.

Out of 54 million tax returns filed so far this year, e-file represents 73 percent of the total returns. comparison, 72 percent of returns were filed electronically for the comparable period last year.

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