I know of one that will be for sale next spring, sellers may be willing to sell before then though if you are very interested. It is a 2 bedroom with full finished walk out basement. Will be listed around 215k. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested :)... more
It's not new construction -- it's basically a "used" house if you want to think of it that way. Most homes on the market are resale homes. Although the builders are starting to build again and you might be able to find new homes in your area.
As far as "what's needed" -- same thing as with any house. You need to first talk to a lender to get prequalified for a mortgage (unless you're paying cash). The lender will look at debt to income ratio, credit score, job history, savings, etc. Once you find a house and put a contract on it, it's still the same process as buying new. You'll want to get it inspected, you'll need an appraisal, etc.... more
Here is a brief snapshot of theÂ Columbia City real estate marketÂ for the first quarter of 2013. Â This market report includes all single family homes and allÂ foreclosures and short salesÂ as
Here is a quick look at the statistics on homes sold in Columbia City in 2012.Homes Sold: Â 282Average Days on Market: Â 71Average List Price: Â $153,635Average Sales Price: Â $143,745 (93% of
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Kim~ good advice from Jody...contact an attorney. Take along any documentation you have with respect to the purchase~ contract, copy of the cancelled check(s) or electronic payments. Sooner rather than later. An attorney can advise you with respect to any wrongdoing/misrepresentation or lack therof by the seller along with recommending a course of action for you.... more