Check out the Housing Market in Millcreek. . . . .
Housing Market Trends -- Sold VS Listed
Understand the difference between "listing prices" (what sellers are asking for) and "sold prices" (what buyers are willing to pay).
By comparing these price trends, you'll have a good idea of where the market is heading. The median listing and sold property prices are calculated based on the market activity each month.
Some sales are not immediately available from public records. As they become available, the data are updated.
The percent of unoccupied properties is very low in SALT LAKE CITY (84117) . It is 9.25% below the national average.
The percent of rental properties in SALT LAKE CITY (84117) is 14.49% above the national average which is typical for urban areas.
Additional Statistics for Single Family Homes and Condos in SALT LAKE CITY, UT
$580,430 55 127
Median Listing Price Median Days on the Market Active Listings
.08% Distressed Sales -- foreclosures or short sales
Also check out these links in Market Insider for more information such as community, schools, comparison between different areas in Salt Lake as well as insider tips. . . . . for instance click Millcreek Community Information to find out the average income, crime information, education and much more.
As you can see there is still movement and activity in the Millcreek area. Real estate is always a great investments and with prices leveling off with no future outlook of prices dropping.. . . . now is a great time to purchase a home. The interest rates are still hovering around 4%. . . and the economic possibilities in the Salt Lake Valley continue to grow. We have a solid basis here so you cannot gowrong investing here in Salt Lake. Call me and I can explain lots of options for you to purchase a home. . . act now before the market gets saturated with buyers.
Looking to sell . . . check out Awesome Market Evaluation and I will be happy to send you information on the value of your home. Also I will include how to get top dollar for your home, in the shortest possible time with the least amount of inconvience.
Sandy Straley, Broker