Real Estate in Utah

Real estate agents are not required by law to fill out the disclosures, but Utah state laws do make the agents responsible for making the disclosures accurate and comprehensive. This is why Utah real estate agents tend to get more involved in real estate disclosure statements than agents in other states.

Utah real estate agents also tend to get involved in determining if a property for sale has potentially harmful materials such as asbestos or lead-based paint. Utah laws can be hard on real estate agents or brokers who purposely misrepresent a property, and this causes real estate professionals in Utah to be very careful with how their properties are listed.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Utah

Salt Lake Board of REALTORS
Address: Salt Lake Board of REALTORS
230 W. Towne Ridge Parkway
Suite 200
Sandy, UT 84070
Office Phone Number: (801) 542-8840
Web site:

Utah Association of REALTORS
Address: Utah Association of REALTORS
230 West Towne Ridge Parkway
Suite 500
Sandy, UT 84070
Office Phone Number: (801) 676-5200
Web site:

Cache-Rich Association of REALTORS
Address: Cache-Rich Association of REALTORS
1451 N 200 E
Suite #130A
Logan, UT 84341
Office Phone Number: (435) 750-5523
Web site: www.

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