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Apartments for Rent in Utah

Utah is a western state with a population of 3.161 million. The capital and the largest city is Salt Lake City, the second largest is West Valley City.


Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Utah

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$966 $1071 $1275

Average Monthly Rent in Salt Lake City

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$1118 $1243 $2669

Average Monthly Rent in West Valley City

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$689 $881 $1011

Living in Utah


From the natural, geological beauty throughout the state's famous national parks to the hidden treasures known only to residents, Utah doesn't disappoint.

Skiing and More in Salt Lake City

Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, is a popular destination for skiers, and was even home to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. The adventures don't stop with snow sports like skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing. Residents also enjoy hiking, biking, sight-seeing and more. In addition to outdoor recreation, you'll find many Mormon historical sites and landmarks, Utah Jazz basketball, hot air-balloon festivals and more nearby. The city also features an urban downtown district with an exciting nightlife, unique shopping and top-notch cultural events.

Independence Day in West Jordan

Venture twenty minutes from Salt Lake City's downtown area and you'll find the city of West Jordan. With a population of more than 102,000 people, it's the fourth largest city in Utah. Locals participate in events such as the Fourth of July Western Stampede, enjoy performances at the Sugar Factory Playhouse and admire fine works of art at the Schorr Art Gallery.

From Sundance to Summer to Snowboarding in Park City

You'll find more world-class ski and summer activities in Park City, Utah. The city is home to a number of resorts, including Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. These resorts offer skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, tubing, snowmobiling and more in the winter. In the summer, you can go mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing and more. Park City is home to the annual Sundance Film Festival, which sees its trendy clubs and unique restaurants fill up with celebrities and aspiring filmmakers.

Stunning Scenery in Southern Utah

Southern Utah offers residents low-key recreational opportunities in addition to extreme sports in cities like Cedar City, Parowan and Brian Head. Most of the outdoor adventure in these areas takes place in breath-taking national parks. Imagine having some of the country's most amazing state parks, such as Kodachrome and Snow Canyon, with unique rock formations and scenic hiking trails just a short drive away. The area is also home to Dixie National Forest, Navajo Lake and Yankee Meadow.

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