This bill addresses the housing shortage in a serious and market-friendly way. For example, SB 174 streamlines the process for property owners who wish to subdivide their land and build homes.
Utah can’t seem to build fast enough to accommodate new homebuyers — many of them born and raised here — and everyone else looking for housing.
The biggest hurdle facing education entrepreneurs is zoning and occupancy rules.
Do the newly crowned state reading specialists understand the reading needs of a sheep rancher’s son? Probably not. But I know who does: the parents and teachers in these communities.
Property rights sound great in theory, but the law still needs to be improved to make sure the government can't take your property when it thinks it needs it.
As Utah economy continues to grow, the housing market remains stagnant. The reason why is not what you might expect.