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Sekar, Home Buyer in Manchester, MI

This property listing & sale history..8975 dexter gables

Asked by Sekar, Manchester, MI Wed Dec 12, 2007

Can some one provide the history of listings and history of sale prices for this property ?
8975 dexter gables

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Here is the offical record R25110565
SING
Expired
12/31/05
119/119
$374,900
8975 Dexter Gables LN
Dexter
Realcomp Out of Area
1.4300




2716471
SING
Sold
12/27/07
12/12
$271,000
8975 Dexter Gables
Dexter Cmty
1.430






2813175
SING
Sold
02/13/09
59/59
$290,000
8975 Dexter Gables Lane
Dexter
Dexter Cmty
1.360






R25177706
SING
Sold
03/30/06
94/94
$366,000
8975 Dexter Gables LN
Dexter
Dexter Cmty
1.4300




2709798
SING
Withdrawn
11/28/07
152/152
$297,000
8975 Dexter Gables
Dexter Cmty
1.430

If you have any other questions contact me at 734 329-4128, danmalaski@realestateone.com or visit my web at danmalaski.realestateone.com where you can do your own property search including "solds". There is alot of other info on my web that would be useful to you. Or just contact me with your real estate questions or problems.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 29, 2013
Sekar,
This relocation home closed. SOLD PRICE: $271,000 SDATE: 12/27/07 DaysOnMarket: 12 Concessions: $3290. Are you looking for Pfizer deals? There are currently 241 homes for sale in Dexter. There are at least 20 distressed homes. We have a site we update weekly for this kind of home To view distressed sales this week, please go to http://www.kathytoth.com/custompages_reports.php?key=b81162
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Mar 15, 2008
Sekar, Marybeth and Nicoles both provided good answers. Since the property may be under contract, I looked for some similar properties in Dexter Twp. They are available on the link below. to view additional information on each home, simply click on the underlined list number for each home to open a whole page. The link will remain active through December 19th.

In Michigan, Realtors are required to work for the benefit of the home seller, including anyone answering your question. To have an agent working for your benefit and get you the best price and terms for a home you must sign a buyers agency agreement. Also. If you are currently working with an agent, contacting another and viewing a home could lead to a procuring cause issue which (in a worst case senerio) could lead payment of commission to more than one company after the home purchase. Good luck in your home search, but please protect yourself.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 12, 2007
Hi Sekar - Your best bet is to speak with your agent to find out the specifics of the property and status. They can send you the listing too. If you are not currently working with an agent, go to http://www.cbpreferred.com and you can find the listing there but you will still need to speak with an agent regarding the terms. Looks like a nice house ~ good luck!
Web Reference: http://www.NicoleSleeva.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 12, 2007
Good Morning,
8975 Dexter Gables
The history for this property, going back to when it was dirt:
1. Vacant Lot sold for $73,000 Cash- 2/2005
2. House was on the market for 94 days @ $374,900, sold for $366,000 4/2006.
3. The current listing started 7/2/2007 @ $358,000 on the market for 153 days. Dramatic reduction to current price of $270,750 (14 days at this price).

The listing is currently CCS which means it is contingent continue to show. The seller has accepted an offer but the buyer probably needs to sell property in order for the sale to go through. The question to ask the listing agent is: how long is the contingency? Typically it's a 24/48/72 hour right of first refusal. Next buyer comes along, writes an offer and seller accepts; the first buyer must remove their contingency within the type specified in the contingency.
MB
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 12, 2007
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