In Salt Lake City, the burst housing bubble of yesteryear is looking more and more like a distant memory.
That's according to real estate website Zillow, which predicted Thursday that Utah's capital city will have the hottest housing market in the U.S. next year. The rankings were based on data related to unemployment rates, population growth and the website's "Home Value Forecast." Salt Lake City dominated the list due to low unemployment and a booming population.
That's good news for people looking to sell; it means home values should rise in 2014 as demand swells.
Seattle, Austin, Texas, San Jose, Calif., and Miami round out the top five on the list.