Homes for Sale in Tooele County Utah
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Tooele County Utah Homes for Sale
Toole Utah offers an affordable solution for housing near Salt Lake City. The average price of homes sold in Tooele County Utah is now around $140,000 with a median home price of $136,000. At any given time there can be between 300 and 800 residential homes for sale in Tooele County. The prices of these homes can range anywhere between a $70,000 to $1,000,000 in Tooele.
Tooele and Grantsville extend east of Salt Lake towards the desolate Salt Flats of Utah. Land and Real Estate in Grantsville is significantly less expensive than most of Northern Utah.
Tooele County consists of the following growing cities: Dugway,
Grantsville, Lake Point,
Ophir, Rush Valley, Stansbury Park, Stockton, Tooele, Vernon, Wendover, Ibapah, Bauer, Burmester, Callao, Clover, Faust, Gold Hill, Greenhaven, Lakeside, Lincoln, Partoun, Pine Canyon, Skull Valley, Terra, and Trout Creek Utah.
Tooele County Utah Investment Property Not all homes in Utah are single family detached. If you're looking to invest in real estate there are many options to purchase residential multi-family properties. There are many duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes for sale In Utah. A property is considered residential if it has 4 or less units. Utah Investment Properties
Tooele County Foreclosure Homes for Sale The term "foreclosure" is not synonomous with "deal," but often times Utah Foreclosure homes can be purchased at a discount. From pre-foreclosures and short-sales, to HUD homes. Foreclosure homes can offer investors and first time home buyers alike an interesting real estate opportunity. Tooele County Utah Foreclosures
Tooele County Utah Condos for Sale Condos offer an excellent solution for the Tooele County home buyer who doesn't have a lot of time for yardwork and home maintenance. Condos usually allow buyers to be closer to city centers, and get a much nicer home for the price. Condos are usually smaller than houses, but not always. Condos for Sale in Utah
Tooele County Houses for Sale When most people buy Tooele County real estate they are looking for a single family detached house. A house generally comes with a yard, and more freedom to do what you want to your real estate investment. To view houses for sale in Utah click this link: Houses for sale in Utah
There are a few more sources that can provide assistance in learning about the neighborhood.
"Go have dinner at one of the restaurants in the area. You can strike up conversations with some of the patrons in that restaurant," says Officer van Wulven.
Talk to local business owners. Even if they don't live in the area, they will have some insight about the neighborhood and people living there.
Check with the area's city council and planning department.
Find out about owner-occupancy. Your agent is a good source for this kind of information. Ask about rental values -- even if you plan to live in the home. Often tenants don't have the same pride of homeownership that owners do; thus properties are not always kept up.
Check landscaping at major commercial developments; is it kept up?
Visit the local facilities such as malls, movie theaters, etc. Frequently these will be hang-outs for school-aged children and a good place to get an idea about the neighborhood kids.
Drive the neighborhood and see if there are a lot of home remodeling projects going on. If so, it likely means homeowners are planning to stick around and are willing to invest more in their homes because they like the neighborhood.
The more time you spend studying the location the less likely you are to discover something you really dislike about the neighborhood after you have bought the home.
Written by Phoebe Chongchua
May 14, 2007