Utah Apartments For Rent
Apartments for rent in Utah are less expensive than the national average. The price of a studio averages $493 per month, which is $532 below the national average. The price of a one-bedroom averages $702 per month, which is $159 below the national average.
Larger Utah apartment rentals follow the same trends. The price of a two-bedroom averages $857 per month, which is $199 below the national average. The price of a three-bedroom averages $986 per month, which is $359 below the national average.
If you're searching for an Utah apartment rental you should know that the trends vary depending on which city or county you're looking at. The most expensive Utah apartments for rent are in Sandy, Riverton, and Midvale. The lowest rent apartments in Utah are in Provo, Layton and Orem.
Utah is currently undergoing an economic renaissance of sorts, as it attempts a transformation from a farming- and natural resources-based economy into a modern corporate power. According to the State New Economy Index, Utah is the top state for “economic dynamism,” a reflection of its increasingly global, technology-driven economic expansion. Mining and fossil fuels are both still major industries in the state. Since Utah hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, tourism has boomed. Utah has five national parks including Zion and Bryce Canyon and hosts the Sundance Film Festival.
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