From boom to bust, Washington County real estate market back on rebound

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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