Land Lines – Week 7
The Utah Farm Bureau released their ‘2015 Issues to Watch For’, we have included the link in the Headliners section. The list includes:
- State Concerns: Regulatory Burdens, Water Issues, Transportation, Property Rights and the outcome of the State Fair.
- National Concerns: Agriculture Labor, Budget/Taxes and the Waters of the United States.
If you or someone you know has been on the fence about selling their land, spring 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 – C: 801-554-2332 – KW Commercial
Week 7 Land Stats
02/05/2015-02/11/2015: Salt Lake, Utah Counties and Davis Counties*
6 land parcels sold, 10 sold in week 6.
40 properties were put on the market, as compared to 57 in week 6.
YTD along the Wasatch Front**
430 single family building permits have been issued, there were 98 issued as of week 7.
3 apartment/ condo permits have been issued, 0 had been issued by week 7.
251 commercial permits have been issued.
*Source WFRMLS **Source Construction Monitor
Recent UtahLandowners.com Headliners:
- Study: Snake Valley groundwater development unsustainable
- Best Small Cities for Families
- Utah Farm Bureau lists ‘Issues to Watch For in 2015’
- Water experts discuss impacts, benefits of Northern Utah dam proposals
Markets in 63 of the approximately 350 metro areas nationwide returned to or exceeded their last normal levels of economic and housing activity in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to the National Association of Home Builders/First American Leading Markets Index (LMI), released today. This represents a year-over-year net gain of 11 markets.
The index’s nationwide score moved up slightly to .90, meaning that based on current permit, price and employment data, the nationwide average is running at 90 percent of normal economic and housing activity. Meanwhile, 69 percent of markets have shown an improvement year-over-year.
“The markets are improving at a consistent pace,” said NAHB Chairman Tom Woods, a home builder from Blue Springs, Mo. “A growing economy and rising consumer confidence should help drive the release of pent-up demand in 2015.
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