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Living in Salt Lake City, Utah

Bordered by stunning snow-capped mountain peaks and the majestic 1,700 square mile Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and the undisputed cultural, employment, and educational hub of the Beehive State. Founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, this modern, compact city is home to nearly 200,000 residents and a host of attractions including Temple Square, Liberty and Hogle Zoo. Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, and is close to a number of world-class winter resorts including Snowbird, Alta, and Brighton. The well-developed public transit system and extensive off-road bike trails make it easy to travel throughout Salt Lake City's diverse neighborhoods which include the upscale Foothills, hip urban 9th & 9th, and friendly Sugar House developments.

Are you in interested in living in Salt Lake City while enjoying the benefits of living in a single family home, but not prepared to commit to a mortgage? If it's better for you to have more time so you can be more confident about the home and neighborhood or simply save more before choosing to buy, then the Home Partners of America program may be ideal for you – with a transparent process that puts you in control. Since 2016, Home Partners of America has been servicing the Salt Lake City area with our Lease with Right to Purchase Program. This program provides Salt Lake City-area residents with the opportunity to lease a home of their choice, before having to make that ultimate decision to buy. Enjoy the comfort of knowing that you can rent a single family home for up to five years and have the opportunity, but not the obligation to purchase that home, all at pre-arranged terms. Home Partners of America is committed to making homeownership a reality for more people, helping more people get into homes, in neighborhoods they love, with the opportunity to build a more secure financial future.

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