Relocating to Utah County?

If you are thinking about relocating to Utah County one of the hardest decision you will make is what city do you want to call home.  Utah County has several wonderful cities to choose from including Provo, Orem, Lindon, Mapleton, Lehi, Alpine and several other.  Here are a few reasons that you may want to consider Provo, home of BYU as your city of choice.

Why Provo May be Utah Counties Best City to Live in

Provo has long been know for BYU and being a university town.  While it certainly is, it is also so much more.  Over the past couple of decades Provo has really grown up and now offer much more than just a university town.  Provo offer a great and vibrant downtown area with several unique shops, dining options and boutiques. Provo's downtown is clean and welcoming.  

Provo is no stranger to the national media for being one of the best cities in America to live.  

Forbes rated Provo Utah as the 4th best city for business and careers. places Provo as one of the best cities in America

Outside Magazine ranks Provo as #2 best city in America ranks Provo as the happiest city in America

According to Nerd Wallet Provo is the most generous city in America

Provo offers many entertainment options including several festivals.  On the 4th of July Provo holds and annual parade with activities all day long and one of the nations largest stadium firework show held in the BYU football stadium called the Stadium of Fire.  Each year there are several marathons and run races, bike races and other activities for the whole family.

Provo has a Great Location

Provo is located just 12 miles from Sundance Ski Resort, 40 Miles for Park City and less than 45 miles from Salt Lake City making it easy to access entertainment up and down the Wasatch Front. From Provo you can take the Front Runner to access many destinations in Utah and Salt Lake County including Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport.

Provo Real Estate and Affordability

Compared to many cities Provo is still one of the more affordable places to live.  Provo electricity rates are far lower than the national average with power costing less than 10 cents per kilowatt hour the last time I checked.  

Provo Homes for Sale

To get an idea of what type of home you can expect to purchase in your budget I have prepared some links to current homes for sale that are listed on the Realtor's MLS.

Homes for Sale in Provo for under $300,000

Homes for sale in Provo priced between $300,000 to $500,000

Homes for sale in Provo priced from $500,000 to $700,000

Provo luxury & million dollar homes for sale

For more information about Provo real estate click here or call Scott Rozier 801-471-9443