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Dwilliams, Other/Just Looking in Virginia

What is the market for selling a rehab historic home in Front Royal?

Asked by Dwilliams, Virginia Sat Apr 25, 2009

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I realize this question is old and I am a newer Trulia PRO agent but thought I's put my advice in- The Front Royal Market is stagnant right now but there is always a market for Historic homes, although buying a home in the historic district and renovating may require you to hold the home for several years to get the value back...I have one client who did the same, and has a renter in the property at this time. She is pleased with the renter, and the renter came to me looking specifically for a "historic" home. These particular homes have a lot of appeal to buyers from the Northern Virginia area. The most important factor is location!!! Is the home a Victorian that was built in the 1800's? Is it actually located in the Historic District? What is the zoning? Depending on location many of these homes have been turned into commercial office spaces. I'm always happy to provide a CMA report and send regular updates on Market activity.

Sincerely, Beth the Realtor (Beth Barnett)

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 29, 2009
Dwilliams, I'd be glad to talk with you. I work in Front Royal, exclusively with a builder http://(www.lvc-homes.com), most of his focus is in Shenandoah Farms. I can give you some insight, and refer you to someone who can do a great job for you if you have a historic property to sell.
Web Reference: http://www.vickychrisner.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 21, 2009
Hi there,

I don't work the Front Royal area however if you would like to get a feel for what the market is doing in Front Royal you can click on the link below. At the top under the search bar you can also select spread sheet mode to look at how each home is priced compared to current tax assesment.

This is a great site for the consumer!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 21, 2009
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