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Why Utah is the place for startups


The Beehive State also boasts inexpensive real estate, which makes it an easier place to start a business than Silicon Valley. As Fortune reported, homes go for about $300,000 in Utah on average, which is cheaper than the $1.25 million average value in Sil ...


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