Utah Real Estate
According to census data in the year 2000 there were 768,594 housing units in Utah.
This represents a 28.4% from 598,388 in 1990.
Of those housing units, 656,467 were located in either urbanized areas or urban clusters, and 112,127 were located in what is classified as a rural area.
Homeownership rate in Utah is about 71.5%.
Utah's vacancy rate, including seasonal lodging, is about 8.8%.
Average household size is 3.13 people.
The majority of houses, apartments or condos in Utah were built after 1976.
|Housing Units by Size|
|Five Bedrooms or more||13.9%|
Owned Homes, Apartments and Condos
|Average Household Size||3.3|
|Median year structure was built||1977|
|Median Value of occupied units||$146,100|
|Median Price asked for vacant units||$135,100|
Rented Homes, Apartments and Condos
|Average Household Size||2.68|
|Median year structure was built||1974|
|Median Monthly Rent asked for vacant units||$531|
Owners Finance Status
|Second Mortgage & Equity Loan||0.1%|
|Home Equity Loan||8.8%|
|Median part of Monthly Household Income dedicated to covering home ownership costs||19.6%|
Cities & Towns