Priced Out – finding an affordable home
What’s driving it – is it really California move-ins prompted by the pandemic? The shifting of the American workplace?
How will it impact buyers and sellers? Is it impacting buyers and sellers? Life is great if you’re selling a home right now, unless you’re trying to buy another.
How is the market impacting homeowners? What does it mean for property taxes? The future?
Buying a home is becoming increasingly difficult in Utah as prices for homes soar. But everybody still needs a place to live, and renters have to deal with the same market forces pushing up the cost of homes and apartments.
Part 4: Are there possible solutions to skyrocketing housing prices?
In the final part of our “Priced Out” series, we take a look at some of the solutions to skyrocketing home prices in Utah.
Friday, April 16th – A one-hour KSL Town Hall presented by Ivory Homes. Jeff Caplan talks with Utahns who have been priced out of affordable housing, as well as economic experts to talk about the future of housing in Utah and what is being done to tackle Utah’s affordable housing problem.
Today’s Top Stories
- These school districts will not require masks for the final week of this school year
- Emergency order extended for drought, Utah Farm Bureau praying for rain
- One person dead, firefighter hurt in suspicious Bountiful house fire
- New poll shows majority of Utahns are concerned about housing market
- Several pigs dead after falling out of trailer on freeway
- House Republicans vote to make Elise Stefanik conference chair replacing Liz Cheney
- No masks required for the last week of school, Governor Cox says
- Sen. Romney and Rep. Curtis push bill that sets aside land in Illinois amid ‘land grab’
- Is it time to change careers? 41% of workers are considering it.
- Where to get a vaccine in Utah for 12 to 15 year olds