Home Prices in Utah Are On The Rise

By HOM Editor

Median Sales Price

Year to date, the median price of a home in Utah is now over $264,000 — a nearly 9% increase from 2016, according to the Utah Association of REALTORS®. Overall, 22 of Utah’s 29 counties have seen an increase in the median home price.

County 2016 2017 % Change
Beaver $129,300 $142,500 + 10.2%
Box Elder $170,000 $198,900 + 17%
Cache $190,000 $202,000 + 6.3%
Carbon $108,350 $118,000 + 8.9%
Daggett $196,000 $124,900 – 36.3%
Davis $246,625 $270,000 + 9.5%
Duchesne $150,000 $143,000 + 4.7%
Emery $79,500 $85,000 + 6.9%
Garfield $150,000 $133,500 – 11.0%
Grand $285,600 $314,750 + 10.2%
Iron $159,950 $189,900 + 18.7%
Juab $165,000 $225,000 + 36.4%
Kane $225,000 $189,650 – 15.7%
Millard $124,250 $119,000 – 4.2%
Morgan $392,000 $390,000 – 0.5%
Piute $88,250 $97,500 + 10.5%
Rich $192,500 $257,250 + 33.6%
Salt Lake $263,022 $290,000 + 10.3%
San Juan $122,500 $138,500 + 13.1%
Sanpete $147,500 $174,900 + 18.6%
Sevier $131,500 $147,500 + 12.2%
Summit $702,669 $747,825 + 6.4%
Tooele $199,322 $219,900 + 10.3%
Uintah $158,000 $144,500 – 8.5%
Utah $252,000 $268,550 + 6.6%
Wasatch $419,500 $422,000 + 0.6%
Washington $237,334 $265,000 + 11.7%
Wayne $175,000 $265,000 + 51.4%
Weber $183,950 $203,000 + 10.4%
Entire $243,000 $264,265 + 8.8%

* Does not account for seller concessions. | Some figures can look extreme due to small sample sizes.

This report is based on July 2017 data provided by the UtahRealEstate.com, Iron County MLS, Washington County MLS and Park City MLS. Report © 2017 ShowingTime 10K


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