Saratoga Springs & Eagle Mountain Named Top Two Cities for Homeownership in Utah

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Happy couple standing in front of a home sold signExcerpt taken from an article published on NerdWallet.com
Written by: Cherise Fantus

Foreclosure rates are dropping and home sales are steadily rising in Utah, while renting has become a much less affordable option across the country. According to Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, the number of people who are unable to afford their rent rose 12% between 2000-2010. With that in mind, now is the time and Utah is the place to start looking for a home.