Consider Ogden’s unique combination of urban living and outdoor recreation. Now throw in our high quality of life and low cost of living. Ogden is a great place to live - and it’s very affordable. In 2013, Forbes ranked Ogden the 8th best city in the U.S. for raising a family. This ranking is based on Ogden’s relatively high incomes and low cost of living, along with affordable housing, safe neighborhoods, and good schools. Ogden offers the benefits of both a city and a mountain town - without the usual high costs of either.
Ogden City Programs Ogden City provides a variety of housing programs and incentives to give residents the opportunity to get into a great home. Additional details can be found at http:// ogdencityhomes.com or by contacting Ogden City Community Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-629-8940.
Home Sweet Ogden
Home Sweet Ogden offers new and renovated homes for sale at a great bargain. Homes currently for sale can be viewed at http://ogdencityhomes. com/programs/homes-for-sale. Income guidelines apply.
Own in Ogden
Own in Ogden assists home buyers with the down payment or closing costs of purchasing a home. This program provides $3,000 or $5,000 in assistance for targeted areas in Ogden City. More info is available at http://ogdencityhomes.com/prog... owning-in-ogden/. Income guidelines apply.
Home Improvement Program
Ogden homeowners have access to low interest loans for qualifying exterior improvements and some interior updates to their homes. The Home Exterior Loan Program is open to all citizens on approved credit and is not income restricted or reserved for select neighborhoods. If your home is in need of roofing, driveway, windows, fencing, sprinklers, water heater, sewer, electrical, or plumbing, Ogden City may be able to help.
• One of the Best Towns in America (Outside Magazine, 2008)
• Most affordable city for buying a home (CNN, 2012)
• 16th best city for business and careers (Forbes, 2013)
• A Top 10 Emerging Ski Town (National Geographic, 2013)