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Utah Real Estate 2011 Trends Jan - June

Utah Homes For Sale - Luxury Kitchen

The home market in Utah is experiencing an overall 9% decline in the number of sales from last year. Off-setting this declining figure is the fact that last year’s government incentive of $8,000 drove an additional 1,220 home sales in Utah. Prices also declined by 9% overall making homes even more affordable for new buyers. Rising rental rates and cash purchases by investors are expected to fuel additional purchases this year. Currently, over one forth of all home sales across the US are cash purchases. Heavy investor purchases may be signaling an up-swing in the home market.  Below is a list of positive and negative trends for the Utah home market:


Positive Real Estate Trends

  1. Home buyers are getting more square feet - 145 more over 2005..
  2. Home buyers are getting more bedrooms – 4 for past 2 years.
  3. Home buyers are getting more bathrooms – 3 for 2010 highest ever!
  4. Home buyers are getting a median price of $79.49 sf - $28.52 less 2007.
  5. Sellers are more willing to negotiate the price of their home with Buyers.
  6. Currently the Utah real estate market favors Buyers.
  7. Utah Real Estate - Luxury HomesHome loan interest rates are at generational lows.
  8. There is a significant amount of “pent-up” demand on the real estate market from many who have delayed their home purchases.
  9. People of wealth are now investing in real estate with around 25% of residential real estate purchases being made in cash across the nation.



Negative Real Estate Trends

  1. Prices have decreased each year since 2008 – 4% decline last year, 9% so far this year.
  2. Demand has fallen each year since 2006.
  3. Supply is currently at 11.55 months, up 2 months from last year.
  4. It takes longer to sell a home – 19 days more than in 2010.
  5. Home loan interest rates are starting to increase and are expected to continue up.
  6. Foreclosures constitute 24% of the housing market.


Below are two charts comparing Utah real estate sales for the past 6 months.

All Utah Residential Properties

Utah Real Estate All Residential Stats Jan - Jun 2011

Utah Condominium Properties

Utah Real Estate Condominium Stats Jan - Jun 2011


Source: Wasatch Front Regional MLS and realestatehomesUtah.com.




Utah Real Estate Home Purchase Trends


May, 2011Utah Homes For Sale - Luxury Kitchen

The Utah home market Utah home market continues to show improvement. Below are some recent home trends trends.

Home Purchase Trends

  • Nationally, 28 percent of all 2010 home sales were cash transactions. An all-cash purchase can bring the home price down by 5 to 10 percent off the home listing price. Sellers prefer cash because cash sales close more quickly and are less likely to fall victim to the buyer or mortgager changing their mind. Source: National Association of REALTORS
  • Taylorsville, Utah and Kearns, Utah had the highest homes sales during the last quarter of 2010. “More affordable home prices are the driving factor.”  Source: Deseret News
  • The median Utah home price was $185,250 in March, 2011. Source: Salt Lake Board of REALTORS
  • Salt Lake County has a 9-month supply of home inventory currently listed on the market. Source: Salt Lake Board of REALTORS
  • There are 19,162 homes for sale in Utah listed on the market. 6,622 homes are listed for sale in the Salt Lake County market, while 3,680 are listed for sale in Utah County and 2,148 are listed for sale in Davis County. Source: Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Service.
  • James Wood of the University of Utah predicts single-family homes sales to rise by 12 percent during 2011. Condo sales are expected to rise by 10%. Source: Salt Lake Board of REALTORS

Home Buying Trends

  • Young Home Buyers have strong preference for urban homes closer to the city. Demand for suburban homes with 0.25 acre lots and fenced back yard are falling.
  • Younger home buyers favor a media room over a living room. Source: RISMedia

Utah Homes with Luxury Kitchens

Utah Home Foreclosures

  • Utah has the fourth highest foreclosure rate in the nation, but the number of foreclosures in Utah are going down.
  • Utah Foreclosures have fallen by nearly 31% since the all-time-high attained in April 2010. Source: RealtyTrac

Utah Rankings for Best Places For Business and Careers

  • Provo, Utah ranked # 2 by Forbes magazine for U.S. cities with reasonable business costs, strong economic outlook and solid quality of life. Ogden, Utah ranked # 11.
  • Salt Lake City ranked # 20 out of 200 U.S. cities for the Best Places For Business and Careers.
  • Salt Lake City ranked # 60 out of 200 U.S. cities in the cost of doing business. Source: Forbes Magazine





Utah Real Estate Prices - Utah Homes Sales Forecast


December, 2010Utah Home Trends 2010

The Utah home market experienced an overall 4% decline in property prices the past year. However, some home markets in the Salt Lake area posted an increase, including West Jordan up 6 percent, Draper up 7 percent, Murray up 7 percent, Sandy up 12 percent, and Salt Lake City up a whopping 18 percent. Nearly all economists forecast an upward trend, but at a modest incline. Below is a list of positive and negative trends for the Utah home market:


Positive Trends

  1. Home buyers are getting more square feet - 183 more over 2005.
  2. Home buyers are getting more bedrooms – 4 for past 2 years.
  3. Home buyers are getting more bathrooms – 3 for 2010 highest ever!
  4. Home buyers are getting a median price of $86.54 sf - $21.47 less 2007.
  5. Home sellers are more willing to negotiate the price of their home with Buyers.
  6. Currently the Utah real estate market favors Buyers.
  7. Job outlook in Utah is higher for 2011 – 17,000 new jobs expected in 2011.
  8. Job outlook in the nation is higher for 2011 – 1.2 million new jobs in 2011.
  9. Economic outlook for Utah and the nation is higher for 2011.
  10. Consumer spending is slowly rising.
  11.  New residential construction in Utah is forecasted to register its first gain this year for the first time since 2005.
  12.  Home loan interest rates are at generational lows.
  13. There is a significant amount of “pent-up” demand on the real estate market from many who have delayed their home purchases.
  14. People of wealth are now investing in real estate with around 25% of residential real estate purchases being made in cash across the nation. Luxury Homes in Utah



Negative Trends

  1. Prices have decreased each year since 2008 – 4% decline last year.
  2. Demand has fallen each year since 2006.
  3. Supply is currently at 9.78 months.
  4. It takes a lot longer to sell a home – 62.5 days more than in 2006.
  5. Utah Home Loan Interest Rates are starting to increase and are expected to continue up.





Source: Wasatch Front Regional MLS and realestatehomesUtah.com.






Utah Homes Sales are Up, Prices are Down


July, 2010

Utah Homes Sales 2010 - Utah County Home Kitchen Utah single family home prices are down 3% (an average of $7,493) compared with the same period during 2009. Home prices nationally increased by 3.5% in April and 2.9% in May as reported by CoreLogic in their July 13 report. This may signal a price increase soon for Utah as well. Lower home prices, low interest rates and the government tax incentives combined to sell an additional 1,133 homes than during the same period a year ago.

Some highlights of the first six months of 2010 are displayed below.

  • Condo prices are up on average by $23,292.
  • Average home cost per square foot is $96.90.
  • Total single family homes sold is 10,930, up by 1,133.
  • Total condos sold is 1,056, down by 441.
  • Condos take an average of 3 months to sell when priced with the market.
  • Single family homes take 73 days to sell.

Resource:  WFRMLS and realestatehomesUtah.com.


More details for Utah Real Estate sales for first half of 2010.

Links to homes for sale by county: Salt Lake County, Utah County, Davis County, Summit County, Tooele County, Wasatch County, and Weber County.



Top 10 Low Cost Utah Home Remodeling Projects


May 31, 2010

Utah Home RemodelingREALTOR Magazine cites the following remodeling projects for homes as the top ten for big impact at a low cost:
  1. Rollout organizing trays added to kitchen cabinets.
  2. Add or replace tile especially outdated kitchen backsplash tile and bath tile.
  3. Add a breakfast bar. Costs $600.
  4. Install granite tile instead of slab. Costs $300
  5. Bath upgrades – new medicine cabinet, light fixtures, faucet, vanity, re-grout the tile. $1,000 to $2,000.
  6. Basement waterproof painting project to floor and walls.
  7. Add a room by installing a wall. Costs $400.
  8. Recondition kitchen cabinets. Less than $1,000.
  9. Replace light fixtures in foyer, bathrooms and kitchens. Costs $450 to $700.
  10. Replace the garage door opener with remote touchpad entry system. Cost $425.

Resource: G.M. Filisko, Remodeling Magazine, Annual Cost vs. Value Report, January, 2010.




New Kitchen Trends for Utah Homes


April 10, 2010

Utah Home Trends-Kitchens

What’s happening in Utah kitchens? A recent survey of home designers conducted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) found that some existing kitchen trends will continue and some new ones are developing. Utah can expect to share these design trends for 2010 and beyond. Outlined below are some of the key trends noted by the NKBA.

Combination Cook Tops and Wall Ovens are gaining in popularity. Induction cooking is also gaining in popularity. Gas ranges still command the highest demand over electric cooking surfaces when gas is an available utility.

Dishwashers Drawers are expected to continue their upward climb against the traditional door that opens downward. The convenience of the smaller drawer dishwashers and their greater energy efficiency will see these units continue to climb in demand for years to come.

More Utah Home Kitchen Trends





Top Home Features Buyers Want


February 27, 2010Top Home Feature - Large Kitchens with Islands

A recent International Builders' Show in Las Vegas cited the top five home features that buyers want are centered on cost-effectiveness, family togetherness, entertainment and flexible spaces. Avid Ratings conducts an annual survey of home buyer preferences to identify what is most important to current home buyers. Below are the top five:

1. Large kitchens with islands.
2. Energy efficient appliances, windows and super insulation.
3. Home offices.
4. Main-floor master suite.
5. Outdoor living space.

Details on the
top ten home features home buyers want!



Utah Real Estate Market Trends for 2009


January 9, 2010Salt Lake City Utah Real Estate

Utah home sales in 2009 show a welcomed increase over 2008. Single family sales were up while condo sales were down. This annual Utah trend report examined homes sales figures for the state with particular focus on the seven counties around Salt Lake - Salt Lake County, Utah County, Davis County, Summit County, Wasatch County, Tooele County and Weber County.


Details on the 2009 Utah Real Estate Trends




Utah Ranks Number 2 for Growth in the U.S.

December 23, 2009Utah Home Stimulus Packages

Utah is the second fastest growing state in the United States during 2009. Wyoming leads the country with a population growth of 2.12% with Utah at a close second at 2.1%. The strong economy attracts more immigrants than most of the U.S. Utah also has the lowest death rate and the highest birth rate in the nation. 

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Utah had 2.78 million people living in the state at mid-2009. Utah is expected to have a much more stable economy as the nation recovers from the largest economic downturn in decades. An expected additional seat in the U.S. Congress is another benefit to Utah's significant growth. With all the pluses of growth also come some challenges. Utah's public schools, roads and housing are likely to fall a bit behind as Utah continues to grow. Utah housing developers and home builders should find this news very welcoming, expecting newly constructed home to be in high demand as the nation's recovery builds steam. Utah's strong work force will continue to attract corporate investment and expansion into Utah.


Resource: Lee Davidson, Deseret News, December 23, 2009



Is Now A Good Time To Sell A Home In Utah?   It Depends….

Utah Home - Great Room

Utah’s current real estate market favors buyers. There is a lot of inventory, interest rates are low and Sellers are willing to negotiate. This combination favors home buyers. Buyers waiting for better market conditions will likely be disappointed in the months ahead. Government actions to spur the economy will eventually take effect and as market conditions improve, home prices will increase.


More about Utah real estate trends....




Utah Real Estate Market Pulse

Utah Homes - Living Room

Salt Lake City consistently shows growth in home values and has a relatively short selling time. The median home price in Salt Lake City is $235,000 while condominiums have a median price of $169,200. Average market time is 43 days for single family homes and only 39 days for condos. Condominium sales represent 23% of total home sales in Salt Lake City.

Utah home prices are increasing in two other key cities--Heber City and Ogden--while falling in Bountiful, Park City, Provo and Saint George. Condos in Park City are also decreasing in price while in Ogden prices for condominiums are increasing. These findings come from a study looking at home and condo sales in eight key cities in Utah.


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Utah Home Prices Increasing Luxury Bathroom


Home prices in Utah are continuing to increase. The average home price for the past 12 months (June 2007 – May 2008) is $254,103. The average for the previous 12 months was $248,704. The average home sold price increased by $5,399 or 2.12%. Data for this study was collected from the Wasatch Front Multiple Listing Service for the two time periods.

The study found that the average listing price or “for sale price” increased by $9,683. Comparing the average sold price to the average listing price results in an average difference of $4,284. The final sales price on a home tends to be less than what the residential property owners list their homes for. Not surprisingly, the average listing price increased by 3.7% compared with only 2.1% for sold properties, meaning that sellers' expectations are increasing faster than the actual price for a sold home. Home buyers can expect to pay around $4,000 less than the asking price for a home.


More about Utah home sales....




Utah Housing Market – First-Half of 2008

Utah Housing Market

The national market downturn is affecting Utah. Home prices for the first half of the year are showing an average price decrease of over $7, 000 from last year’s average. Condo prices have also slipped statewide. The average home price in Utah is down $4 per square foot.

Utah home buyers are getting more concessions from sellers. The current average sold price to listing price is ($6,801), which is ($2,014) more than the average for 2007. Home sellers are waiting an average of 20 days longer to sell their property so far this year. The average days on market until sold is currently 68 days.

Conclusion: Current Utah market conditions favor buyers. Buyers can expect property owners to be more willing negotiate price and terms. The longer selling time for home owners will make sellers more anxious to meet buyer expectations.


More of this housing market study, including chart....




The New Real Estate Market Incentives

Homes For Sale - Outdoor Patio

On July 30, 2008, President Bush signed into law a bipartisan housing stimulus package. With passage of this new bill, first-time home buyers, including those who have not owned a home in the last three years will be eligible for a significant tax credit. The credit is up to 10 percent of the home’s purchase price. The maximum allowance is capped at $7,500 for a married or unmarried couple who jointly purchase the home or $3,750 for those who file separately.

The tax credit applies to homes purchased on or after April 9, 2008 and before July 1, 2009.

More of this federal housing incentive....




The Top Real Estate Market in the U.S.

Utah Housing Construction

A fairly strong argument can be made that Utah's real estate market currently leads the country.  Salt Lake City has been ranked by Forbes as the #1 city in the U.S. for home bargains and #3 for home sellers. CNBC ranked Utah #3 for business while the ALEC ranked Utah at #1 for economic outlook. Lastly, the Beacon Hill Institute ranked Utah as the most economically competitive state in the nation.

Utah appears to be in a pretty good position to weather the current national economic and housing storms.


More of this Utah housing market trend....



Top Real Estate Markets in the U.S. - Number of Days on Market

Salt Lake City, Utah Homes

How does Utah stack-up with the the top real estate markets in the country for homes spending the fewest days on the market? In a research study released by Altos Research, the top ten fastest selling markets in the U.S. had homes listed on the market for an average of 81.1 days. The top ten markets with the least average number of days on market in June, 2008 as reported by Altos Research are displayed below:



Days On Market


Austin, TX



San Francisco, CA



Portland, OR



Salt Lake City, UT



San Jose, CA



Boston, MA



Atlanta, GA



Denver, CO



Seattle, WA



Dallas, TX


Source: U.S. News and World Report, July 10, 2008.

The chart below displays some key zip codes in Utah and the average days on market Homes in Utah - Saratoga Springsfor the period April through June. As you can see, Salt Lake City, Bountiful, Holladay, Saratoga Springs, West Valley and Centerville are all better than 66 average days on market. Utah's real estate market is doing rather well in the current "buyer's market". Home sellers in Utah should celebrate.



Zip Code

Days On Market






Salt Lake City




Salt Lake City




Saratoga Springs








West Valley
















Spanish Fork




South Jordan








American Fork








Park City



Sources: WFRMLS and realestatehomesUtah.com. (Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.)


More of this Utah top real estate markets report....



Top Retirement Cities in the U.S. - Salt Lake City Ranked #5

Salt Lake City Utah - Temple Square

Salt Lake City is ranked number five in the country for retirement in a metro area. In a study by Forbes magazine, Salt Lake City ranked behind Columbus, OH; Dallas; Minneapolis and Houston. The criteria used for selecting the best retirement cities included affordable housing, low cost of living, medical accessibility and economic growth.

Source:  Maurna Desmond (10/20/08)



More of this ranking report....



Utah Real Estate Market Trend Report

 November 10, 2008

Dick Gaylord, president of the National Association of REALTORS, recently stopped by to visit Governor Jon Huntsman. Salt Lake City, UtahDuring the visit, Gaylord praised Utah’s job market citing that the state created 3,000 new jobs in the past 12 months and 100,000 in the past three years. This occurred while many states are losing jobs. Gaylord states that there is “pent-up demand” that continues to mount up for local housing. “It’s only a matter of time before we see rises in home sales and also in activity in the market. So I think we’re going to see a change in 2009.”  (Dick Gaylord, remarks to Utah Association of REALTORS, 10-22-2008)

Smart Money Magazine states that Salt Lake City is in a good position to rebound in the real estate market. Salt Lake was one of the top 25 cities in the country expected to help mend the ailing home market because of Utah’s strong job growth. The magazine cites that “Salt Lake City has a less than 1 percent chance of home prices being lower two years from now than they are today.” (Wall Street Journal, Smart Money Magazine, Brad Reagan and Elizabeth O’Brien, 10-17-2008)

Forbes ranked Midvale, Utah #6 in the country as one of the top suburbs in which to sell a home. The November 6 article cited a study by Altos Research that examined the best markets in the U.S. for selling a home. The criteria for selection included the number of days to sell a home, stability of home prices and inventories. (Forbes, Ten Best Suburbs To Sell A Home, Matt Woolsey, 11-6-2008)


Some current real estate market data (sold data includes the past 12-months)


Salt Lake County

Utah County

Davis County

Current Listings




   Median Price




   Average Price




   Average Market Time

93 days

111 days

97 days





Sold Residential Properties




   Median Price  




   Average Price




   Average Market Time

61 days

79 days

69 days




Utah Real Estate Market Trend Report

 December 22, 2008


Mortgage Rates Salt Lake City Real Estate & Homes

The Federal Reserve Board lowered interest rates last week for home buyers. This should significantly improve home sales, home valuation and the nation’s overall economy. Mortgage rates, averaging 6.3 percent in the third quarter 2008 have now fallen into the 4 percent range in some parts of the country. The average 30 year mortgage rate posted by Freddie Mac is currently 5.19%.

Federal Tax Credit

The National Association of REALTORs is asking the government to expand the $7,500 tax credit for first-time home buyers (defined as anyone who has not purchased a home in the past three years) to included all home buyers and to eliminate the credit repayment requirement.

Pending Home Sales

Lawrence Yun, the National Association of REALTORs chief economist, stated that the past year data for homes sales is stabilizing. “Despite the turmoil in the economy, the overall level of pending home sales has been remarkably stable over the past year, holding in a generally narrow range,” he said. “We did see a spike in August when mortgage conditions temporarily improved, which underscores two things – there is a pent-up demand, and access to safe, affordable mortgages will bring more buyers into the market.”





Utah Real Estate 2008 Market Trends

 January 5, 2009


The figures are in for 2008 home and condo sales in Utah. The latest real estate market study conducted by realestatehomesUtah.com, using WFRMLS data found that the average Utah home price is down Utah Home Marketslightly in 2008 compared with 2007 by an average of 3.5 percent. Single family homes are selling for $10,069 less in 2008 while condos are down an average of $6,583. However, some counties are still showing price increases such as Weber with an average price increase of $5,598 for single family homes and $6,398 for condos.

 Another trend showing a market slow-down is the number of days it takes to sell a home on the market. In 2007, the average number of days a home remained on market until sold was 48. Now it takes an average of 25 days longer to sell for a total of 73 days.

 Conclusions:  Utah home prices are feeling the effects of a national economic downturn, offering current home buyers many bargains on the market. The inventory of homes currently listed on the market will take approximately 11 months to sell. Utah home owners that price their homes competitively with the market should expect two to three months to find a buyer for their home.


Full trend report....




Salt Lake City, Utah - The Most Fit City

 January 14, 2009Salt Lake City Real Estate Market


Salt Lake City has been crowned as the most fit city in the U.S. by Men's Fitness Magazine in its annual report of fit cities. The report cited Salt Lake City as having lower obesity and athletic residents who make use of the numerous nearby parks and fitness centers. Salt Lake City's top ranking was followed by Colorado Springs, Minneapolis, Denver and Albuquerque.






Current Home Buying Stimulus Packages Totaling $14,000

 June 13, 2009Utah Real Estate Trends - Salt Lake Area


The Federal Program - $8,000 Tax Credit & Down Payment

The $8,000 first-time Federal home buyer tax credit keeps getting better. On May 11, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Shaun Donovan, announced that HUD will provide short-term bridge loans that will allow first-time home buyers to use the federal government's $8,000 tax credit as part of their down payment and closing costs.

The step essentially allows purchasers to get their $8,000 home-buying tax credit at closing rather than waiting until after filing their 2009 taxes. For many potential buyers, the fact that the tax credit couldn't be received until 2010 made it difficult to make a purchase before the Nov. 30 deadline - especially if they planned on using the tax credit as part of their down payment. Under this new program, the $8,000 can be used right at closing.

Details on the Federal Home Buying Stimulus Package….

Utah’s Home Run Grant Program for $6,000

The Utah Home Run Grant Program provides $6,000 to home buyers, purchasing a newly-constructed, never-occupied, primary, single-family residence anywhere in Utah.

Details on Utah's Home Run Grant….




Ogden, Utah Ranks as the Cheapest Place to Live

 July 25, 2009Utah Home Builders at Work

In a study released by Forbes magazine, Ogden-Clearfield, Utah was rated #1 in the Mountain states for the cheapest metro area to live. The study examined three separate sources to determine rankings. Moody's Economy.com was used for cost-of-living figures. The National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo provided home affordability figures. Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado ranked second.

Four quality-of-life factors were also included in the study. These factors were the violent crime rate, unemployment rate, cultural opportunities, and the average salary for college graduates.

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More Utah Real Estate Market Trend Reports

South Jordan Real Estate Trends - February, 2007

Property That Sells In Salt Lake County - March, 2007

National & Utah Real Estate Trends - April, 2007

Salt Lake and Utah County Housing Market - May, 2007

Utah Real Estate Trends for 2007 - June, 2007

Top Utah Home Builders - June, 2007

Utah Real Estate Market Sales - July, 2007

South Jordan Utah Home Market Trends - August, 2007

Ten Year Real Estate Trends for Salt Lake County - September, 2007

Salt Lake County Real Estate Trends - October, 2007

Home Sales Trends in Utah - November, 2007

Utah Home Market Trends Favor Buyers - December, 2007

Utah Home Market Statistics for 2007 - January, 2008

Home Buying Advantage - Winter or Summer? - February, 2008

Salt Lake City Ranked #1 for Home Buying Bargains - March, 2008

Is Now A Good Time to Sell A Home? - April, 2008

Utah High Schools In the Top 5% of the Nation - May, 2008

Salt Lake City, Utah Ranked #3 For Home Sellers - May, 2008

Utah Real Estate Market Pulse - June, 2008

Utah Home Prices Increasing - June, 2008

Utah Housing Market - July, 2008

Federal Home Purchase Incentives - August, 2008

Utah's Strong Economy and the Housing Market - September, 2008

Utah Ranked #1 - October, 2008

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