America is undoubtedly one of the most sought after continents at a time when it is assumed that life will change radically. Whether it's for a limited period of time, such as a study holiday or a relaxing trip, or to permanently reset your everyday life from scratch, it doesn't matter. Everyone will have come even for once in mind to set foot in this magnificent land.
Among the various states of which it is composed, we at Realigro have selected today as the protagonist of our mini guide a really interesting and unique place of its kind. Whatever your dream, this nation will give you everything you need to achieve it.
Buying a property in Utah will be the key to your success.
What do you have to do? Simply make yourself comfortable and write down all the information we are about to give you. The mini guide to Utah is about to begin!
Let's start with the basics, that is, the documentation you need to be able to access Utah.
Identity card and passport are required (of course they must be valid). For the entry visa, however, it is a key document for those who want to stay in the country for more than three months.
Once we have overcome the administrative hurdle, let us now dwell on what is the cost of living that characterizes this country. Remember that Utah enjoys many centers of interest, especially typical of the computer industry, which is why, it is easy to understand how efficient and effective the services are and especially affordable for everyone! To better understand what are the characteristics of the local economy, we decided to include a mini list of typical products of the basket of goods, with their prices.
Let's start with the shopping cart:
1 kilo of chicken generally costs $8.6 and $9.8.
1 liter of milk usually costs between $0.7 and $0.8
A dozen eggs cost about $2.3.
One loaf of bread: between $1.3-1.7
A 2-litre bottle of Coca Cola: between $1.3-1.5
I liter of beer bought at the supermarket: between 4.2-5.3 $
A bottle of medium quality wine (that you can drink): between $14-20
1/2 kilo of tomatoes: between 1.6-1.8 $
1 kilo of apples: between 3-3.4 $
1 kilo of potatoes: between 1.6-1.9 $
Among the other daily expenses, however, we remember :
A litre of petrol costs between $0.62 and $0.67.
Monthly gym membership 28 $.
Basic (electricity, heating, cooling, water, garbage) per apartment 85m2 $ 135.14
One way ticket (local transport) $2.50
What about our sector? To buy a property or sign a lease in Utah, we will examine the prices related to the capital, Salt Lake City.
To purchase a property, prices start at $3,169.26 per square meter, while a monthly rent of $918.88 is required for the rent.
We hope that our mini guide has been useful and ... we wish you a pleasant trip !
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