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There are many reasons Utah is one of the hottest real estate markets in the nation. People have been moving here in large numbers for many years now, and the trend does not seem to be slowing down. Here are 10 of the most common reasons my clients say why they moved to Utah.
In Utah, you can have a wonderful lifestyle at very affordable prices in many areas.
Lagoon is a short drive from town and a fantastic and affordable amusement park for the whole family. Season passes are only about $100. This place is an amazing value and so much fun
Salt Lake City has many indoor and outdoor art and crafts markets and farmers markets
The mountains around Salt Lake City are so close and they provide quick and easy mountain drives for relaxing beauty.
The Salt Lake City Hoogle Zoo is beautifully designed for outdoor exercize as you walk the rolling pathways around this 42 acre zoo wonderland.
Downtown Salt Lake City is home to Temple Square. Regardless of your faith, it is a beautiful place that is worth seeing, and it is free and open to the public.
Salt Lake is home to some fun and exciting sports teams. Enjoy great teams like The Utah Jazz basketball team, Salt Lake Real pro Soccer team and the Utah Grizzles Hockey team.
Utah hiking trails: You don't have to be a serious hiker to enjoy the beauty of hundreds of miles of wilderness trails
Enjoy hundreds of bike trails in Utah and thousands of miles of biking for people of all skill levels from beginner to racer.
The State of Utah has thousands of miles of ATV and off-road trial for every type of off-road fun. Moab and Little Sahara are just a couple of close-by, well know attractions
We have more lakes in Utah than anyone could probably visit in a life-time. Everything from large lakes perfect for skiing and boarding, to small mountain lakes and streams, perfect for those hiking and fishing get-aways.
Many people moving to Utah from out-of-state ask this same thing.
While about half of the Salt Lake's population is LDS, that means the other half is not. The Salt Lake area is very diverse and accepting off all people of all faiths or no faith at all. I personally have found some of the very best people I have ever met are LDS families who are loving, kind, generous, accepting and trust me with their most important transactions in their life; and I am honored to be their friend. I am sure you will "fit in" just fine and find lots of friends who share your same interests.
Salt Lake City is a Delta hub. It has one of the largest airports in the country, which gives you more options for travel anywhere in the country or the world.
Well if you don't ski, you may want to try skiing or snow boarding at one of the many worlds best ski resorts close by, but there is so much more to Utah besides skiing. How about nature hiking, nature photography, mountain trail biking, ATV's and off-roading, professional sporting events, live concerts and events, great arts and cultural events and so much more that you would expect in any big city.
That is very subjective and everyone will have their own opinion on what makes a neighborhood great. A good start would be to talk to a local and knowledgeable agent who will listen to what is important to you and help show you many neighborhoods that fit your needs and price range. A good agent will help get you going in the right direction, and our buyers agents are free for home buyers.