Now is the time to buy a house in Tooele County UT. Particularly if you are looking to save money.
Year after year, the value of real estate in the Tooele Valley continues to sway smart investors & small town wanabees to make their move.
As traffic congestion along the Wasatch Front increases the home to work drive time factor becomes less pronounced. Heck, we just sold a home to a young lady that works in downtown SLC and discovered that driving to a new home in Tooele City took less time to drive than her previous Draper commute.. Here are some estimated drive times from Stansbury Park to various places in the Valley….
- Drive time to Airport…………….19 Minutes
- Drive Time to University 38
- To L.D.S Hospital 37
- Minutes to State Capital 30
She saved at least $40,000 compared to a similar new construction house she was looking at in Salt Lake County. Want to prove how you could save? Compare these new home listing among our cities with listings for new construction in cities around SLC.
- New homes listed in Tooele City
- Stansbury Park New Construction
- Grantsville UT New Homes listed
- Lake Point Utah New Construction Listings
- Erda Utah New Horse Property For Sale
And then there are all the advantages of the rural lifestyle. Even though out here in Tooele we’re only 30 freeway minutes from the State Capital and cultural center of our state we still boast the small town atmosphere found in local parades, local rodeos (where you know the cowgirls) and special community activities where you can stay in touch with your neighbors.
A more tangible benefit of being categorized “rural” is that it allows homes and condos to be eligible for no money down mortgages. That 100% loan program is part of the USDA Rural Housing Loan program that still considers the entire county eligible.
Here are some articles to back me up!
Some Highlights: Existing home sales are currently at an annual pace of 5.32 million and have increased on a monthly basis for the last two months. The inventory of existing homes for sale remains below the 6-months needed for a normal market and is now at a 3.9-month supply. Inventory remains low due to high … Read More
As we head into 2019, many news outlets and housing experts warn that the housing market may slow down. Over the last six years, the inventory of homes for sale has been near historic lows, which has been the force behind increasing home prices. This has been great news for sellers as many of them … Read More
Every year around this time, we take time to reflect and plan for next year. If you are renting your current home but have dreams of homeownership, your plan for the new year may include buying, and you wouldn’t be alone! According to the 2018 Bank of America Homebuyer Insights Report, 74% of renters plan … Read More
Want more info about if now is the time to buy a house in Tooele County UT? Here are a couple articles that either Chris or I wrote about the subject. I hope they will introduce you to our blog, and you will bookmark us so we can be considered a real estate resource in the coming months.
Here is just what you need. More real estate tips for Tooele County home buyers from Group1 . If you thought you noticed the tongue in cheek as you read that, you are right. Although not as “right” as I first [Read More]
It’s happening in Tooele county again. New home vs used? It happens every spring. With the coming of a new season the age old home buying question of whether to buy a used house or one newly built that has [Read More]
Bottom line is, when you need an agent I want you to think of me. I hope you will.
So, Call me; Berna Sloan 435-840-5029.
Lets see if now is the time to buy a house in Tooele County UT.