Home Values » 5 Worst MarketsFind the best mortgage rates in Salt Lake City.Previous5 of 6NextSource: NAR, Comparing Q3 2011 to Q3 2010Home values: 5 best marketsMedian home values by stateSee how the nation faredMortgage rates in your areaHome values fell in most of the country from the third quarter of 2010 to the same period of 2011, including Salt Lake City, where home values went from $215,600 to $182,600, down 15.3 percent.
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Home values fell in most of the country from the third quarter of 2010 to the same period of 2011, including Salt Lake City, where home values went from $215,600 to $182,600, down 15.3 percent.
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