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"We bought our dream home," he said. "It was a beautiful home."

The home is now owned by the vice president of a telecommunications company, county records show.

At a glance

Utah’s congressional delegation — what they’re worth

Sen. Mike Lee*

Net Worth ranges:

2011 » -­­­$5,349,000 to -$845,000

2010 » -$118,000 to $150,000

2009 » $33,000 to $194,000

* includes two mortgages for a home he no longer owns

Rep. Jim Matheson

2011 » -$192,000 to $1,070,000

2010 » $543,000 to $1.37 million

2009 » $479,000 to $1.24 million

Rep. Rob Bishop

2011 » -$234,000 to -$35,000

2010 » $16,000 to $65,000

2009 » $1,000 to $16,000

Rep. Jason Chaffetz**

2011 » $41,000 to $988,000

2010 » $39,000 to $987,000

2009: $39,000 to $1.03 million

** Chaffetz has always disclosed his home and mortgage

Sen. Orrin Hatch

2011 » $1,722,000 to $3,736,000

2010 » $1.36 million to $3.09 million

2009 » $1.29 million to $3.17 million

(Hatch does not have a mortgage)

Source: New personal financial disclosures filed with the Secretary of the U.S. Senate and the House Clerk

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Andreas Rivera contributed to this report.

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