The median sale price since June 2011 is about $126,000. There are about 650 households proper but when you could surrounding county area there are many more. And this is summer time, when many people sell. And, there are some HUD repos, many manufactured homes.
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If there are, it probably because people wanted to get a little more house for a little less money. So they might have been stretching to get what they wanted. Then when times get tough, gas goes up, pay goes down, even just a little hiccup they get in trouble. Many of these homes were also purchased about the time when 100% financing was in play, prices have remained stable, so if they need to sell there's not enough room to pay closing costs and pay off the loan and therefore a foreclosure. You can also probably look at the demographics and see that the average age of the residents and you might see higher than average divorce and higher than average job changes/transfers. All of which could lead to higher foreclosure rates.
Everyone has their own idea about what is a good place to raise kids, but I'd think Justin is as good as any. Still a small town, but close enough to the big city if you need those kinds of things that big cities offer. School system is fairly small and probably a place where everybody knows everybody.
Maybe be a good time to get in and make a great deal on a foreclosure before the market and interest rates pick up again.
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