Which U.S. states have the biggest real estate busts?
Utah is the state with the biggest property busts, with an estimated $6.8 billion worth of distressed properties.
According to a recent report from the nonprofit Real Estate Investment Trust, Utah was the second-worst state in the nation for distressed properties last year.
Utah has been in a long-term property slump and its unemployment rate has remained stubbornly high at 8.3 percent, making it the fourth-worst place to be unemployed in the country, behind Mississippi, Louisiana, and West Virginia.
With such high unemployment rates, many people in Utah have been left with little options for a home.
Many of the people who do own homes in the state are people of color and have little opportunity to buy a home, which in turn has led to the high number of distressed homes in Utah.
Real estate experts estimate that about 10,000 homes were sold in the first quarter of 2017 alone, and that number could be much higher, as more people are able to afford to buy homes.
It’s no surprise that the state is the worst for distressed real estate in the U.P., as the state has been plagued by large-scale real estate sales that were largely unprofitable.
This year, there were 661 distressed homes sold in Utah, compared to just three in 2016, according to Real Estate Investor.
The number of properties that were sold is also likely a large part of the reason for the high prices, as the number of homes that are being sold in each state has skyrocketed.
In Utah, there are currently more than 6,300 distressed properties in the county, with more than 2,400 of them sold in just the first nine months of the year.
The amount of properties sold is expected to increase over the coming months, according the report.
In fact, the Utah Office of Realtors recently reported that the number will be higher by the end of 2018.
The high price of distressed real property is due to several factors, including a lack of competition in the housing market, the economic climate in the region, and the number and severity of recent natural disasters.
Real Estate Investing found that there are three primary factors that drive the market for distressed homes, which include low vacancy rates, high foreclosure rates, and high property values.
These factors are not the only reasons why Utah has the largest number of residential properties in foreclosure.
In addition, it is not uncommon for buyers to be reluctant to purchase a home due to the low income levels of the typical buyer.
The average median household income in the United States is $44,000, according a report from U.K.-based company Savills.
Additionally, in order to purchase homes in this region, buyers need to be able to make more than $200,000 in their home sales.
As a result, it can take several years before a home becomes financially viable for a buyer.
Many home buyers who are able get a mortgage are looking to make money from their investments, and there is a lot of speculation around the home market that is putting upward pressure on the prices of distressed property.
Realtor.com recently estimated that the median home price in the Utah market was $265,000 last year, which means that buyers could see a return of almost $200 per home sold.
However, this is still far from the average home price of $350,000 per home, and many buyers are unable to make this amount from their own income.
The fact that many of these properties are in Utah is likely the reason why the housing bust is so severe, as Utah has seen a large number of people leave the state in search of a new home.
While some of these people have been able to purchase properties in Utah due to a lack, there is still a large amount of distressed home sales happening in the area.
The Utah Real Estate Association estimates that there were 5,000 distressed homes for sale last year in the Salt Lake City area alone, making the state the third-most distressed real-estate market in the world.
The state is also in the middle of the U., with its unemployment rating at 8 percent, according U.R.T. It is expected that Utah will continue to see an influx of people leaving the state to find jobs, which could lead to a higher number of vacant homes as well as a more expensive housing market.
With the number that are leaving the area is expected, there could be an increase in home prices as well, which will only make things even more unaffordable for the average Utah family.
With all of these factors contributing to Utah’s high foreclosure rate, it makes sense that the price of homes in particular are high.
According the Real Estate Investors Association, the median sale price for homes in a given market in 2017 was $841,000.
That is an increase of more than 8,500 percent from the median price of just three years ago, when