After a long weekend it is nice to be back in the office and working. I hope that you all enjoyed yourselves. The weather cooperated for a few hikes and dinners outside, I noticed some of the leaves changing colors in American Fork Canyon.
The war on public land in Utah continues to stay heated, we will post articles from several point of views.
Many of you have received the 2Q Newsletter in the mail, if you haven’t here is the link: http://joom.ag/H55b.
There have been several great articles on www.utahlandowners.com discussing the landowner concerns; I will put the headliners at the bottom of this post. Don’t forget to visit the website often for the latest articles and reports, you can also subscribe to the RSS feed.
Brooke Glaittli – Land Sales – 801-554-2332 – www.brookeg.com
Week 35 Land Stats
8/23/2014-8/29/2014: Salt Lake, Utah Counties and Davis Counties*
9 land parcels sold, 14 sold in week 34.
32properties were put on the market, as compared to 31 in week 34.
YTD along the Wasatch Front**
4,154 single family building permits have been issued, there were 4,064 issued as of week 34.
38 duplex/ twin home permits have been issued, same as week 34.
96 apartment/ condo permits have been issued, 94 had been issued by week 34.
151 commercial permits have been issued (this number does not reflect all types of permits), 149 had been issued by week 34.
*Source WFRMLS **Source Construction Monitor
Brooke Glaittli specializes in land and lots sales along the Wasatch Front, and is a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Utah Properties. If you would like to discuss selling your property now or in the future call to receive a land analysis. If you are a developer, builder or investment group and would like to create a strategic partnership call to schedule a meeting.
Recent UtahLandowners.com Headliners:
- Week 34 Land Stats
- The Return of America’s Cities: Economic Rebound and the Future of America’s Urban Centers
- Land Use Matters
- Park City construction industry positioned for a $100 million year
- Kaysville woman is growing a legacy
- Utah County Officials are requesting more freeways
- Landslide checklist