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Top 3 Reasons to Live in Washington, UT

  • Due to the original settlers of Washington growing cotton in the area, the rest of the country has come to know the city as Utah's Dixie. The city refers to itself as "Where Dixie Begins." Either way, new residents can expect to live in an area where the population boom is underway, with a population growth of nearly 130% between 2000 and 2010. This continued population growth shows that the city may be wrong on one nickname, because it definitely isn't just a "Dog Town."

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  • Strong housing market and values! The home values in Washington, UT have increased over 20 percent in the last decade, and nearly 10 percent in the last year alone. The remarkable growth rate is a welcome sign of a strong housing market where properties are in demand. This means anyone looking at rentals, rent to own houses, or seeking out mortgages for houses located anywhere from Veterans' Memorial Highway to Treasure Valley Park will have an investment that may continue to appreciate.
  • History and nature surround the area! For those interested in natural beauty, the countless surrounding national parks, such as the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, offer amazing views of nature in all of her greatness. For those more interested in seeing man's conquering of nature, the Wells Fargo and Company Express Building over in the Silver Reef ghost town is an interesting museum. Of course, the nearby Jacob Hamblin House and Brigham Young Winter Home and Office also serve as museums for those interested in how mankind, and Washington in general, got to where it is today.
  • Amazingly low property taxes! Housing values here have been on the rise, and the average value in Washington is actually 25 percent higher than the national average. Fortunately, this isn't reflected in property taxes. In fact, the tax rate in the city is over 40 percent lower than the average in the rest of America. This means lots of savings, and that equates to weekly excursions to Zion National Park or even a road trip down to Las Vegas. With Interstate 15 going straight to Las Vegas, it may be hard to resist taking a quick trip. You could even use some of those tax savings to enjoy a fancy hotel suite or spend the night trying your luck at one of the casinos.