Buyers, Is it time to get in the race?
Available home inventories are up as a State wide whole. From March to April inventories rose 6%. As we just entered the summer home sale season inventories are on the rise again as of June 2nd their are 7956 single family homes including town homes and condos for sale. This is up 10% from the beginning of May. Good news for home buyers!
- Salt Lake County show a rise of inventory from the beginning of May till June first at 2157 units. Up 11% from last month. Begging of May inventory has risen 9%.
- Utah County showing 1777 residential homes for sale. Up 11% from 1576.
- Davis County showing Active – Up 18% a large rise from the previous month of just 5%
- Wasatch County is showing a 14% increase in inventory.
Things to Consider When Buying a Home (Summer 2018)
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