Utah Foreclosure Listings

Scroll down to find Utah foreclosure listings of foreclosure homes for sale. Our Utah homes for sale database will also include listings of bank owned homes, short sales, sheriff sales and pre-foreclosures. All our Utah foreclosure listings are pre-screened for accuracy by our team of professionals on a daily basis. All of our foreclosed properties for sale will also include the contact information, number of bedrooms and baths, square footage and price.

Utah Foreclosures for Sale

In Utah you can expect an arid to semi-arid climate. The winters are mild along the Wasatch Front where roughly 80% of its population resides. The Wasatch Front is a chain of towns along the Wasatch mountain range. It stretches approximately from Brigham City in the north to Santaquin in the south. It includes the three major cities of Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Provo.

Housing is slightly higher than the national average in Utah making Utah home foreclosures a great consideration for finding a home in Utah.

Salt Lake City, named after Great Salt Lake due to its proximity, is Utah's capital city. Salt Lake City was home to the 2002 Winter Olympics and winter sports are a popular pastime there. For movie buffs, it also hosts portions of the Sundance Film festival. Salt Lake City is also culturally diverse with many nationalities calling it home.

Known for its high adventure recreation, Ogden, in Weber County, is renowned around the world. Adrenaline junkies can find adventures such as kayaking, mountain climbing, and skiing. It is also the closest sizable city to the Golden Spike, located in at Promontory Summit, where the first Transcontinental Railroad was joined in 1869. It is also scenic enough to make it into many Hollywood films including The Sandlot, Con Air, and Dumb and Dumber.

Provo, located in Utah County, is home to Brigham Young University, the third largest private university in the United States. It is also the location of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Missionary Training Center. Missionaries train there for 3 to 12 weeks before going out to the field on missionary work. It also hosts the Stadium of Fire, part of the America's Freedom Festival. The Stadium of Fire is one of the largest Independence Day celebrations in the United States.

Utah also has many other attractions. Arches National Park, located in Grand County, features over 2000 natural sandstone arches including the famous Delicate Arch, the state symbol of Utah. Bryce Canyon is a natural amphitheater in Garfield and Kane Counties. Bryce Canyon offers tourists spectacular views of its orange, red, and white rock formations. There are also many more beautiful and scenic national parks in Utah.

If Utah sounds like a great place to purchase a home, please check our Utah foreclosure listings for affordable housing choices.