Headline in today’s Tribune: Salt Lake Hardest Hit in Housing. In the first quarter of this year, 5,155 property owners in the Salt Lake metro area, 1 in every 77 properties, received a foreclosure-related notice. This number is 101% higher than the first quarter of 2009 and the biggest increase in the US. Nationally, foreclosure filings rose only 16%. These numbers … [Read more…]
April 26 6:30pm Green Screen, “No Impact Man” Rowland Hall 843 Lincoln St , www.rowlandhall.com 7pm Raptor Rapture West Jordan Library, 1940 W 7800 South , www.hawkwatch.org April 27 6pm Green Drinks, April location TBA, email@example.com, www.greendrinks.org April 28 8am Bird Watching at Farmington Bay meet at McDonalds, Centerville, exit 319, RSVP req www.greatsaltlakeaudubon.com 2010 Great Salt Lake Issues Forum–Keeping the … [Read more…]
This raggedy-looking tree, which I took a photo of this morning, is not dead. It’s just a late bloomer. Soon, provided the weather stays warm, it will be covered in white blossoms with purple dots and patches of yellow. Its enormous heart-shaped leaves will provide shade all summer long. In the fall it will shed its leaves over … [Read more…]
Thursday is Earth Day. Here are some Salt Lake City events honoring the day. April 21 2pm Fundraiser for Utah Moms for Clean Air Yoga Play parent/child class www.vitalizesugarhouse.com April 22 7pm Electronics Recycling 1795 E South Campus Dr , U of U www.slcgov.com/slcgreen 8am “Working Toward a Healthy Environment.” Earth Day Open House Hosted by Mayor … [Read more…]
Salt Lake Home Sales in March by Zip
Here are the March numbers for home sales in the Salt Lake area. I’ll break things down by zip in my next post.
Preliminary numbers are in for Salt Lake home sales in the first quarter of 2010, and the trend continues. The number of homes sold rose 15% compared to the first quarter of 2009. The median sales price was down by 7.6%. Number of days on the market decreased to from 107 to 85 and the percentage of … [Read more…]