Buying a Home in Salt Lake City, UT


The Great State of Utah get's its report card. Results...

A minusUtah only got an A minus according to the Pew Center on the State's 2008 report.  Still, only 2 other states earned A's, and they were also A minuses. (Virginia and Washington State.)

States are graded in 4 key areas:

  1. Money Management
  2. People (Attracting strong professionals to the state)
  3. Infrastructure (Roads, Bridges, Buildings, etc.)
  4. Information (Using technology to communicate and interact with the residents).

Here is a copy of the Utah "Report Card" 

If you are thinking about moving to Utah, independently graded one of the top 3 states in the nation, make sure you get an Agent on YOUR side! 

Homebuyer Representation, Inc. is the only Real Estate Brokerage representing Buyers ONLY in Salt Lake City and the Surrounding Area. We do not list any homes. We never represent Sellers. We work for BUYERS ONLY on the Buyer's side of the transaction.

We work to get BUYERS the Best Price and Terms when they Buy...

We're "Real Estate Agents on the Buyer's Side" TMreal estate agents on the buyers side

If you have excellent credit and are thinking about buying a $250,000-$500,000 home in the Salt Lake area in the next 60-90 days, call us at (801) 969-8989 or contact us via the link on this page.

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Comment balloon 1 commentBenjamin Clark • March 13 2008 01:11AM


Ben, interesting info.  I wonder if there is any correlation between the rankings and the likelihood of foreclosure or for that matter the availablity of state assistance for home buyer programs.


(It probably does mean their roads and bridges aren't falling apart) 

Posted by Paul Howard, Paul Howard Realty, 856-488-8444 (Paul Howard, Broker, Paul Howard Realty 856-488-8444) almost 11 years ago