Loan Profile by County

The following table shows the number of households that have been assisted over the life of the Utah Housing mortgage loan programs by Counties. Also shown is the actual "Average Income" earned by these families as well as the actual "Average Purchase Price" paid for the homes. The "Percent of Median Income" shows the effectiveness of the program in reaching out to lower income Utahns. It should be noted that 80% of Median Income is the benchmark recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development to designate "Low Income" families.

All Loans to 7/14/2017

County NameLoans To DateAverage Income% of Median IncomeAverage Purchase Price
Beaver 50 $27,218 66.1 $76,853
Box Elder 1,333 $34,294 73.1 $94,560
Cache 3,334 $32,775 71.0 $97,288
Carbon 639 $33,492 69.2 $76,677
Daggett 3 $38,062 82.7 $119,467
Davis 11,646 $38,602 74.7 $118,827
Duchesne 666 $37,116 80.0 $89,242
Emery 229 $33,330 75.7 $73,961
Garfield 57 $27,141 76.1 $68,577
Grand 49 $27,570 74.1 $88,059
Iron 643 $30,934 74.6 $88,893
Juab 236 $30,640 77.8 $82,703
Kane 117 $25,591 80.9 $66,224
Millard 157 $29,327 73.2 $75,920
Morgan 86 $40,336 75.8 $127,338
Piute 8 $17,927 80.0 $46,438
Rich 30 $28,803 70.7 $72,029
Salt Lake 33,735 $34,740 73.5 $106,958
San Juan 51 $22,203 78.4 $50,296
Sanpete 371 $28,569 78.2 $70,229
Sevier 281 $25,301 71.8 $67,193
Summit 86 $36,535 71.0 $113,225
Tooele 1,613 $40,405 71.0 $131,106
Uintah 702 $40,125 75.4 $122,447
Utah 14,685 $37,477 82.2 $115,582
Wasatch 192 $39,648 85.4 $123,853
Washington 1,821 $37,487 74.5 $122,418
Wayne 15 $27,585 82.0 $69,523
Weber 13,161 $36,048 67.0 $105,098
TOTAL 85,996 $35,934 74.1 $108,994