Real Estate in Utah
It’s been a few years since we purchased our first home, and I recall feeling so overwhelmed at the process and all of the paperwork requirements involved. Now that we are selling that house, I must say, buying was MUCH easier! We’ve found some houses in our new area that we’d love to own, they are gorgeous, I’m just frightened of the selling process down the road. Renting isn’t much better though, as there is always the risk of having to move if the landlord sells the home, etc, so owning is more stable.
Living in Oklahoma, the land was flat. FLAT. Living in New England, there are hills and mountains everywhere, it’s gorgeous! (Note that I am saying that now, in the fall when the foliage is changing, and not in winter, when we are buried in snow, haha!). I love being able to drive for 45 minutes and be at the beach, or an hour and be “in” the mountains. Compared to Oklahoma, I feel like where we live now is the mountains, but the locals assure me, this is “not” the mountains.
Before we moved here, I had only ever visited the mountains 3-4 times. A couple of times in Tennessee to the Smoky Mountains, once outside Seattle, and again on my trip last winter to Las Vegas and California. I haven’t ever been privileged to visit the mountains of the Rockies, though they were beautiful flying over in an airplane. I’d love to be able to visit Colorado and Utah to really enjoy the splendor.
I have a friend from high school, and another military friend who have both lived in Utah, and I have to tell you, based on their photographs, the Real Estate in Utah is amazingly beautiful! The scenic views seem to be commonplace, because there is so much glorious nature abounding the entire area! From the lakes to the mountains, I did not see one photo that didn’t show phenomenal scenery. Since I am not able to travel much, I live vicariously through the travels of various friends and their photographs. When you have so many military friends, you get to see quite a bit of the world
This is a sponsored post for Utah Listings, however, all the points and views are my own.