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Looking for a deal? Here are Utah's 60 most expensive foreclosed homes available

Published: Thursday, May 3 2012 7:05 a.m. MDT

utahrealestate.com
Utah's foreclosure filings dropped 49 percent from the first quarter in 2011, according to a recent report from RealtyTrac. The state still holds the ninth highest foreclosure rate in the nation. One in every 198 homes in Utah are registering a default filing. The following is a list of the most expensive homes for sale that are Real Estate-Owned, Bank-Owned or in Foreclosure. This list may not include all foreclosures because listing a house as a foreclosure is not mandatory.
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WillTheWolf
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Wow. #s 21 & 20 look exactly the same. Amazing.

IdahoStranger
NEWDALE, ID

Wow, I simply don't see how these folks could stand to live in such cramped quarters!

Have they never heard the term - "sufficient for our needs." ?

It was probably the heat bills that got them into trouble.

Reasonandlogic
LEHI, UT

@IdahoStranger

Unfortunately "sufficient for our needs" is not statement that merits no further introspection. I have seen people in the Phillipines who survive and exist as a family of 12 in a 14 X 16 shanty... I suppose in your mind, their size shanty "meets the life giving shelter" for almost all families? If that's the case then almost the entire world is nothing but a bunch of greedy people who live "beyond their means" because they went for the 14 X 17 model or bigger. Fortunately for the rest of the world you have no right to speak for anyone but yourself in the size of shelter that we should all live in. Making assumptions for the reasons why all of these "large" houses went into foreclosure by making statements about their heat bill is an illogical fallacy. You have no idea why some people lose their homes, and to many it is because of some catastrophic accident, illness, job loss, layoff, company closure, divorce, etc... Try focusing on yourself for once.

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