Land Lines – Week 45
Watch for 3Q2014’s newsletter in the next few weeks, the topic for this edition is boundary lines. If you would like to receive a print version click here. Many of you have received the 2Q Newsletter in the mail, if you haven’t here is the link: http://joom.ag/H55b.
If you or someone you know has been on the fence about selling their land, fall is a great time to start the process, marketing and selling a raw or papered land deal correctly takes time and experience. If you would like to schedule a meeting to discuss selling your property now or in the future please call. I look forward to speaking with you.
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Brooke Glaittli – Land Sales – 801-554-2332 – www.brookeg.com
Week 45 Land Stats
11/1/2014-11/8/2014: Salt Lake, Utah Counties and Davis Counties*
16 land parcels sold.
27 properties were put on the market.
YTD along the Wasatch Front**
5,666single family building permits have been issued.
62 duplex/ twin home permits have been issued.
122 apartment/ condo permits have been issued.
218 commercial permits have been issued (this number does not reflect all types of permits).
*Source WFRMLS **Source Construction Monitor
Recent UtahLandowners.com Headliners:
- We Have LOTS to Talk About
- Winter storm prep
- Pacific Retail Capital Partners and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners Acquire South Towne Center Mall and Marketplace
- Where are Nation’s Largest and Most Expensive Lots?
The economy and the housing market continue their gradual march back to normal as measured by the NAHB/First American Leading Markets Index (LMI). The index measures how close every metropolitan area is to their last normal level of single-family housing permits, employment and house prices. At the national level, the index rose to .90 in the third quarter from .89 in the second quarter.