The numbers for the housing market in Salt Lake showed growth in the fourth quarter, much as they have throughout the year. Homes are commanding higher sales prices and spending less time on the market—even as the number of sales dipped. Here’s a deeper dive into the numbers and what they mean for both home buyers and sellers in Salt Lake.
The third-quarter housing market numbers are good news for sellers in Salt Lake City. These numbers, along with the low interest on home mortgages and low state taxes in Utah, mean the housing market should remain healthy at least in the short term if not longer. This makes it a good time for current homeowners to upgrade or downsize and for first-time buyers to shop for their dream home in Salt Lake.
If you’re looking to be one of these new homebuyers looking to lock in a mortgage on a home in Salt Lake, you should know which factors are affecting the market right now.
Will the real estate market in Salt Lake go in an upward or downward direction? Are home prices still increasing? How long is it taking to sell homes? We answer all these questions.
One positive thing we can always look back to in 2020 is the real estate market performance. Curious to know how the Salt Lake market did during Q4 2020? Click this post!
The real estate market has had its ups and downs throughout the years. In this blog post, I thought it would be fun to look at the major defining moments of the housing market. If you want to know how it affected homeowners in Salt Lake, keep reading!
The pandemic has had a significant impact on many industries, but the real estate market remains strong and stable despite the odds. If you want to know how the SLC market performed during Q3 2020, check out the stats in this article.
How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the Salt Lake City real estate market? Let’s break down the Q2 stats.