Buying a Home in Salt Lake City, UT


Salt Lake City Best Commute in Country

Driving to workIn the first quarter 2010, Salt Lake City Metro Area was ranked #1 for the best commute out of the 60 largest metropolitan areas in the country. 

Barring a major accident or closure, the Salt Lake City metro area is quick and easy to get around. On most days you can get from any point of the valley to any other point in the valley in less than 30 minutes.

Depending on where you live and work, commuting to or from the surrounding counties is also pretty good on most days as well. With the Front Runner commuter train currently reaching as far north as Weber County and soon to be functioning down into Utah County, things can only get better!

Not to mention the great mountain views we get to see each day as we drive around the valley!

Here is the Forbes Story.

  • Tired of a 1-2 hour each way commute?
  • Relocate to the Salt Lake City Metro Area for the best commute in the country!
  • Do you have excellent credit?
  • Thinking of  buying a $300,000-$800,000 home within 90 days?
  • Want an agent who will work exclusively for you?
  • Are you making a substantial down payment?

You deserve the best!

Make sure you get an Agent on YOUR side of the transaction!

Make sure you hire an E B A!


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Comment balloon 1 commentBenjamin Clark • September 10 2010 01:26AM


That's a good report to hear, because I think I've gotten lost in Salt Lake City more than any other, and I was just trying to get past it! I used to leave Denver, pick up my mom in Grand Junction, then head to Idaho to visit my grandmother. Of course, a lot of that 'lost' time was during the construction preceeding the Olympics.

Posted by Joetta Fort, Independent Broker, Homes Denver to Boulder (The DiGiorgio Group) over 9 years ago