Washington County’s real estate market, which fell apart in 2006 after an extraordinary run that attracted national attention, is struggling back to health.
Driven by a revived Utah economy and record low interest rates, sales of existing single-family homes have been moving up since they bottomed out in 2008. Foreclosed and short-sale properties have all but dried up, real estate agents say.
New construction, which reached its nadir a year later, is bouncing back, too. Even prices, which lagged...
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