The average price in the Utah region has had same value in recent months. Prices in this region have remained pretty much stagnant.
The price per sq.feet in Utah has remained stagnant in the last 6 months. During August, the average price per sq.feet was $311. In September the price pretty much stayed the same at $298 per sq.feet. The following two months (October, November) there has been a deflation of 95 % in the price per sq.feet with regard to the previous two. In the last two months, the price has stayed the same with regard to the average value for the last 4 months going from an average price per sq.feet of $296.75 to $304 during December and January.
Based upon to the price in Utah(region), these have remained the same in the last 6 months. In the first month sample August the average price is $733,127. In September the price was the same at $748,754. The average price for the following two months (October, November) decreased 94 % compared to the prior two. During the last two months the average price has remained stagnant and has gone from $719,517 to $745,103 during December and January.
The graph displaying the the average price per number of bedrooms shows that those with 1 bedroom are the cheapest ones. They are 41 % more affordable than the average price in Utah followed by those with 2 with an average price of $514,509. The most costly properties have 4 bedrooms. They are 5 % more expensive than the average followed by those properties with 3 bedrooms priced at $646,820.
Based on the average price per sq.feet those properties with 4 bedrooms are the cheapest ones with a price of $275 / sq.feet being $319 / sq.feet the average value within the Utah region. The properties with the most expensive average price are those with 1 bedroom. These are 69 % more costly than the average followed by those with 2 bedrooms with a price of $431 / sq.feet.
The graph displaying the average price according to the property type shows "Apartment" as the cheapest one. With an average cost of $751,788 it is 37 % more affordable than the average in Utah. This is followed by "Townhouse" with a price of $474,650. The dearest property type is "Commercial" and is 427 % more expensive than the average, followed by "Land" with a cost of $960,543.
Based on the average cost per sq.feet the cheapest property type is "Apartment with a an average cost of $228 / sq.feet, followed by "Townhouse" with a price of $264 / sq.feet. "Land" with an average price of $48,803 / sq.feet is the most costly type of property followed by "Commercial" at a price of $1,294 / sq.feet.