Median Home Prices Climb

Posted by Help Now on Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 3:14pm.

Thinking of listing your home?  The following stats might convince you to list it sooner vs later.  The median price for a single family home rose by 7.5% compared to third quarter statistics from 2018.  The Salt Lake Board of Realtors released their Quarterly Housing Report and from July to September, the median price for a single family home was $381,500.  ($355,000 in 2018; $301,000 in 2016). 

All Wasatch Front counties, including Davis, Tooele, and Weber increased.  Below is a list of the highest median prices by zip code for the third quarter:

1. Avenues (84103) $663,500

2. Alpine (84004) $650,000

3. Emigration (84108) $630,000

4. Huntsville (84317) $581,220

5. Draper (84020) $564,337

6. Sandy (84029) $554,000

7. Eden (84310) $541,000

8. Holladay (84124) $537,000

9. Holladay (84117) $521,450

10. South Jordan (84095) $510,000

 

About the Author:

Utah Dave - Neighborhood ExpertUtah Dave - Daybreak Neighboorhood Expert and Local Resident

My friends nicknamed me Utah Dave in high school because they said it didn't matter where we went in Utah, I would know how to get there and who we needed to talk to. The name sticks today as UtahDave has formed into a professional real estate network of Neighborhood Experts all across the state. I live in Daybreak with my wife and 4 amazing children. I enjoy dancing (which is how I met my wife Dawn) as well as traveling, coaching, and learning.

Leave a Comment