a PV owner
Almost everybody parks on the street so the roads get fairly crowded in the evenings when people are home.
Make sure and visit the area at different times of the day and at different days of the week to get a complete picture. (Winter with snow is especially messy!)
And if you would like to speak to someone who will be loyal to your needs as a buyer feel free to contact us. As an exclusive buyers agency we will never ask you to accept designated agency or dual agency.
Great location, never heard a bad word about it.
Very affordable but they don't appreciate much even in a good market. Some are more fixed up than others with new kitchens, baths. Some owners have refinished the hardwood floors.
The maintenance of the grounds is great, very well maintained.
Actually the inventory is a bit low there today, I see only 8 for sale and 6. In the past I have seen as many as 24 on the market at once. I have not sold one since last year, but I like them. Have you been in one yet. Do you know their history? There is a huge population of dwellings in Pittsfield Village so at times it may look like a lot of inventory but there are hundreds of them. They are very nice places to live and over my life I have had family and numerous friends live there, in fact some friends still live there and love it. care to hear more you can call me here at my desk 734/66-4544, I would love to tell you some history and warm 'n fuzzy stories.
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Sometimes with condos or large subdivisions that were built at the same time do this and its perfectly normal. Studies show that people sell their homes every 5-7 years. That means that if they all bought around the same time, most are going to move out in around 5-7 years. This coupled with a struggling economy screams that its a perfect time to buy because competition causes the prices to plummet!
In other words, just because there are many homes for sale doesn't always mean something wrong. It may be screaming opportunity!
Again, I don't know anything about the area, so don't rely on my advice!