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Housing picture finally up for Davis

DAVIS COUNTY (Davis County Clipper) — Thanks to federal and state housing incentives, the county’s housing picture is looking up.

That’s according to Brad Wilson, who not only is president of Destination Homes but also chair of the Davis Economic Advisory Council (DEAC).

The state’s $10 million for new home purchases “really cleared a lot of the inventory,” he said. “If you’re in the market for a new home, you pretty much would be hard-pressed in Davis County to find something in the standing inventory.”

The market now is basically older homes for sale or foreclosures, Wilson said.

The Kaysville resident looks at the economy both as a developer and as chair of the grass roots DEAC, a group of dozens of civic leaders and business people and others from across the county.

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