Grantsville Utah Real Estate Information

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If you need Grantsville Utah Real Estate information or are looking to buy or sell a house, this is the place to be. If your thinking of relocating and looking for new construction or used Grantsville UT homes for sale, this is the premier Real Estate resource in the Tooele Valley.

Grantsville ranks only behind Tooele City

Grantsville is the second most populous city in the County, Recent estimates claim a city population of around 10,000 people. The city has grown slowly and steadily throughout most of its existence, but rapid increases in growth occurred during the 1970s and the 1990s.

Growth in Grantsville

Population increases and new home growth has mirrored nearby Tooele. Population is up about 123% from 2000 to just over 10,000 folks. In 2002 only 52 permits for single family homes were issued with an average building price of $118,900. That number of houses jumped significantly in 2005 and 2006 to 136 and 173. Average home prices jumped during that time from $140 to $176,000 dollars. The average listing price today is $ 313,000

The MLS usually lists about 130 homes for sale in Grantsville UT, add to that the homes for sale by owners (FSBOs) and new construction, (new homes) and you can figure to have a selection of about 150 homes for sale in any given month.

New Homes in Grantsville UT

Many new housing developments of new homes are under construction. New residents are choosing the well located and convenient rural atmosphere over the urban sprawl of the Salt Lake valley.

Since its inception back in the early 1850s, “Twenty Wells” which is what it was called  has been a real rural community with classic farms and beautiful ranch houses, dating back to the early part of the century.

Today, new homes in Grantsville still offer large lots with animal rights. A number of builders are active in constructing homes in the area and can build on a lot they have in inventory, build a home on a lot you own, or find a lot that meets your specifications and build to suit.

Your local agent should be able to council you on which builder does the best job of meeting your requirements. Take advantage of their experience and let them advise.

Along with selecting a contractor, irrigation water rights become part of almost every Real Estate transaction. Be sure your agent understands water rights and well rights if you are negotiating for a property with acreage.

Interested in Land For Your Horses

Horse property and Ranchettes are a part of the Grantsville landscape, and many of the new home subdivisions like Heritage Grove, Anderson Ranches, Little Reno, and Willow Creek offer larger lots. In addition some of these developments offer building lots where you can not only build a house, but keep your animals. Here are some to look thru. Beware, some of these lots are raw ground and have no utilities and/or have not been sub divided.

 

What is Available To Sell Today

Currently however there are less than 60 listings on the MLS. This has created a real sellers market and many houses are sold w/in the first couple of days of being posted for sale.

You need a responsive local agent for a market like this, as this much velocity in the market can cause problems on both sides of the transaction. You can find out more about real estate in Grantsville on my blog.

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