Wednesday, 19 April 2017 16:57

Work, Live in CSD: CTEC Project House Up for Sale to Canyons District Employees

This is the house that Canyons built. And it's also being put up for sale at a drastically reduced rate for any qualifying Canyons District teacher or Education Support Professional.

The listed price of the 1,500-square-foot house, which was built as part of the Canyons Technical Education Center's construction-management program, is $285,000. That's far below the assessed value of $340,000.

Canyons District can provide this opportunity by partnering with Sandy City, which donated the lot on which the house was constructed. The house is located at at 107 E. Benson Way in Sandy. 

Most years, proceeds from the sale of CTEC homes fund future construction projects. However, for this year, and for several years into the future, the homes built by students will be sold at far-below-market values in order to strengthen and revitalize neighborhoods and make it easier for CSD employees to live in the District.

Interested? Join us for an Open House on Friday, April 21 from 3-8 p.m., or on Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students who helped build the home will be ready to present a tour.

Features of the home include a two-car garage, covered front porch, covered rear patio, master bath soaker tub, two-tone paint, and central-air. In order to be considered, interested employees must show pre-qualification documents and agree to a five-year residence agreement.

Questions? Call CTEC Principal Ken Spurlock at 801-826-6601.


APPLICATION PROCESS
  • Submit the pre-qualification papers to CTEC Principal Ken Spurlock (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
  • Hard copies delivered to CTEC by May 31, 2017
  • House will be sold to employee application with highest-qualifying offer
  • District committee will determine the successful application

Want to know more? Watch Spurlock talk to KUTV Channel 2 anchor Holly Menino about the program.
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