This county features the bustling metro of Provo, the third-largest city in the state. Named after the Spanish Yuta Native Americans, Utah County has a population of over 500,000 and a surplus of unique cities, townships and communities within it. In the center of the county is Lehi, and the region also includes part of the Provo-Orem metro area as well as the Salt Lake City Ogden-Clearfield area. For homebuyers who will soon call this county home, one fun fact is that it’s one of just seven counties in the country that shares its name with its state. Sprawling over 2,000 square miles, including 141 square miles of water, Utah Valley itself is in the center of the county and flanked by the Wasatch Range and Utah Lake. Elevation ranges from 4,487 to nearly 12,000 feet at the summit of Mount Nebo, providing plenty of outdoor recreation options.
No matter what attracted you to the Utah County real estate market, working with a licensed Realtor from MediaOne Real Estate who knows all the crevices of the region is a great boon to buyers. Maybe it was the appeal of the Ashley National Forest, Manti-La Sal National Forest, Sundance Ski Resort or the Timpanogos Cave National Monument, there’s a lot to choose from in the area.
Residents who own property in Utah Valley and are ready to sell already know all the upsides, like the two universities and three great school districts. Utah Valley has been heavily featured in a number of films, TV shows and books, including “Footloose” and “Fletch.” Whether you want to buy or sell in Spanish Fork, Cedar Hills, Highland or elsewhere, make sure a Realtor is on your side first.
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