The overall value of the property in which you are interested will maintain its relationship to the community over time. As stated below, â€œlow now, low later.â€
Hope you have a realtor working for you, instead of relying on the builder's sales representative. Have your realtor prepare a comparable market analysis or at least show you the sales trends to give you an even better idea of the market.
It should have no affect on your value in the future. Those units are predesignated by the builder and city. In the event you wanted to resell in the future, comparables used should be from those of similar type. A Below Market Unit will not be one, and those units can only be resold to someone who qualifies for Below Market Units.
You should expect your unit to appreciate as or depreciate based on what the market is doing. I'm familiar with the units your talking about, they are in the old Komadorski/Arroyo Vista area.
There are many type of townhomes and condos on the East Side of Dublin that are mixed housing and many homeowners who bought regular units saw normal appreciation during their development.
If you have any other questions feel free to contact me.
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Hope this helps,
Rocky G.H. Hawrysz | Prudential California Realty
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