In the Nob Hill area value depends on the location, size and condition of the home. The current market conditions are making that more true than ever. In the Nob Hill area we see values all the way from $100 -- 200 a square foot. Selling prices can vary widely. We are still seeing some beautifully updated homes getting high value. An accurate assessment of value depends on all these factors and more. The home must be presented well and marketed for maximum exposure.
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I am not in need of moving or any financial strain at all, moving is something I would like to do it I can. But I want to move to a move expensive market and so would have to maximize my net price or take a step down in circumstance. This is purely a because I want to move, I just can't afford to loose the price of a car from the sale & do what I want -so that is my quandary.... more
Good to see these questions being asked in this forum. I would heed the cautions given thus far. Local Realtors like myself do provide Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) free of charge. But you always have the option of hiring an appraiser.
Consider the fact that Albuquerque homes have held their values throughout the current crisis. However, as the crisis continues, should the foreclosure numbers increase to the magnitude of say Colorado Springs, Florida, California, it will definitely depress our market.
Regardless of the current market condition, if you are not selling and you do not have one of those exotic mortgage that will reset, then I would say, don't worry about the value at this point in time.