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Sheryl Arndt, Real Estate Broker â€“ Sr. Loan Officer CA only
REO & Short Sale Specialist
20+ Years Experience
My office is located in Downtown Redlands so we are experts in this market. Because of the current low inventory of hoems for sale in Redlands, almost all hoems are receiving multiple offers and most are receiving offers over asking price.
This home at 915 W. Palm is in a well respected neighborhood so I believe it will recive offers at or over asking price.
Please feel free to call me and we can give you more insights.
300 E. Citrus Ave.
Redlands, CA 92373
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Considering the price reduction in the home and the amount of time it's been on the market as Skip stated, it would be safe to say that you could offer less than the listing price. Most of the time Trulia isn't completely up to date with their information so check the MLS for an updated list. I'm not too sure of the market over there, but I would suggest contacting a REALTOR in your area and working with them to see how much to offer on the home. Best of luck to you!
Keller Williams Classic Realty
I am not familiar with the area but I can tell you that the property has been on the market for 82 days. The original list price was $339,000 and was reduced to 329,000 then again to 319,900. Based on this information alone, I would suggest offering less than asking price. I would suggest you have a local realtor help you with the comps.