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(KSL News) It is getting more and more difficult to find a home under $200,000 along the Wasatch Front.
Currently, only 19 percent of homes being constructed in Utah's seven most populous counties now sell for under $200,000.
In Salt Lake County the median price of a home is now $241,000. That is up 20 percent in the past year.
Homes in Tooele County have jumped 30 percent in the last year.
And costs are also up in Utah and Davis counties, by 24 and 25 percent, respectively.