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Apartments in Utah
Being named the fastest growing state in the United States, Utah is known for its natural beauty and its picturesque parks and canyons. The variety of the state’s terrain makes it a geographical and geological marvel and a highly attractive tourist destination. Many visit the state’s capital of Salt Lake City to learn more about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to admire the beautifully designed Salt Lake City temple, one of the state’s architectural masterpieces. If you are looking to relocate to Utah, consider that Forbes magazine recently gave the state a number one rating on the list of “Best States for Business”. Working and living in Utah is great, and an apartment search in the state’s major metropolitan areas is not at all difficult.
Utah is also a wonderful place to do one’s undergraduate or graduate studies. Student housing is available both on and off campus, and off campus apartments are usually advertised through local listings. Apartment reviews of Utah apartments often include suggestions on what apartment complex to choose to be closer to campus. Utah’s major public higher education institutions are the University of Utah, known as U of U, located in Salt Lake City and Utah State University, located in Logan. Both are among the best research universities in the country, and finding apartments for rent in close proximity to these schools is fairly easy.
Finding a Home or Apartment in Utah
While the state was among the last to see the housing market’s downturn due to the economic crisis, home prices and overall sales have gone south and are likely to continue on a decline. Utah apartments and condos in Salt Lake City, Ogden, and other metro areas are losing value fast and sellers are often forced to take the properties off the market and rent them out instead. Real estate specialists project that house prices will drop by anywhere between 8 and 10% in Salt Lake City, Provo, and Logan in the next quarter, creating a good climate for buyers wishing to find affordable homes in the cities’ best neighborhoods. Utah apartments, on average, rent for less than units of the same size in other states. A one-bedroom apartment rents for $300 to $500 a month. If you are on a budget, it will help to filter Utah apartments by price and reading apartment reviews for the properties you know you will be able to afford. Salt Lake City’s neighborhood of Sugar House, for example, is only minutes away from the University of Utah and is known for its beautiful architecture, spacious parks, and long biking trails. Apartment reviews from the renters who live in the area will most likely mention complex’s amenities as well as great views of the mountains, but you may need to pay a higher price for apartments in this area. Remember that the affordability of Utah apartments often means they are located farther from the city center.
Remember that no matter where in Utah you decide to settle, you will always be able to get a better idea of Utah apartments from tenants just like yourself, who share their experiences of living in Utah through apartment reviews. Read on and get closer to finding your ideal Utah residence.