ramkumar_sam…, Home Buyer in Lincolnshire, IL

Hi do you see prices stabilzing or dropping further heading into summer?see a drop of 8% compared to last yr in Buffalo Grove Thanks!

Asked by ramkumar_sambasivam, Lincolnshire, IL Mon Apr 2, 2012

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Our Offices list a lot of foreclosed homes from a number of different sources and the word from all of them is that there will be a big increase in foreclosed homes going on the market in the coming months now that the "robo-signing" lawsuits have been settled. Market areas that were impacted by a large number of foreclosures can expect continued downward pressure on prices. It remains to be seen how that affects neighboring markets.
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This is a good article that talks about the market across the country...


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Great question. Many people ask every day. Depends on location, time on market and condition of home is what I believe. If there are homes you are wondering about in another location let me try to give you a more exact answer when you contact me. Or if you r asking about your home in Buffalo Grove, again send me the sub-division or location and I can be more exact for you. Use to live in BG myself!
Thanks for your question.
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Home prices in Buffalo Grove have started to stabilize. In some cases, depending on location and condition, multiple offers are coming in in homes
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Prices tend to increase or at least stabalize in the summer months as buying increases and average time on the market decreases. If you are thinking abour listing a home, do it in the Spring or Summer. If buying, prices are better in the winter. These are general market trends and your experience may be different.
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