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By Alex Yeager | Agent in Utah

Southern Utah Real Estate from Foreclosures to Horse Property

Saint George Utah Real Estate Market Conditions

By SaintGeorgeHomes.net

Well its another great Sunday morning 3.29.09 in Saint George Utah…in an attempt to keep up with the request for different types of Southern Utah Real Estate Listings, I have posted a bolg with live links for the different search criteria that I have received the most requests for.

• Southern Utah Foreclosures
• Southern Utah Adult Communities
• Southern Utah Golf Homes
• Washington City Utah Homes&Condos
• Santa Clara Utah Homes & Condos
• Southern Utah Horse Property
• Washington County Board Of Realtors Hot Sheet

This last handy little link will pull you into The Washington Country Board of Realtors MLS system. From there you can see the newest MLS listings on the WCBR MLS system as well as all price reductions…Knowledge is Power!

As of today March 29, 2009 there are currently on the Washington County Board of Realtors MLS system…

• 122 Active Southern Utah Foreclosures in Saint George Utah on the WCBR MLS system
• 91 Closed Southern Utah Single Family Homes & Condo’s in St George Utah, from 2/29/09 thru 3/29/09.
• 1,733 Active Single Family Homes & Condo’s in the Greater Saint George area in Southern Utah
• 247 Southern Utah Single Family Homes & Condos in the Greater Saint George area currently under contract or “pending”.

Utah is among the top five states for manufacturing and logistics, according to a report released Thursday. The 2009 Manufacturing and Logistics Report Card was produced by the Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research. It lists Utah, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas and Alabama as the top states. Each state received letter grades in seven categories. Utah received A’s for human capital and benefit costs; B’s for productivity and innovation and tax climate; a C for manufacturing and global position; and a C-plus for logistics. Utah was third-ranked for human capital and fifth in benefit costs. The worst five states are Alaska, Maine, New York, West Virginia and Rhode Island, the report said.

In any event its off to Twitter…I have few Twitter names, and here are two: StGeorgeHomes or EquityStGeorge. I post these same stats there if you would like to get…”Just The Fact’s”…Till Tomorrow. Saint George Homes

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