That is somewhat hard to pinpoint as many properties have been re-listed multiple times. Of course, it also depends in the property type (cabin - vs- mobile home) and location.
I can say that a nice cabin, in a decent location, which is correctly priced (not overpriced) can sell in 180 days.
(Though I did see one today that has been on the market for 777 days...)
If you would like for me to complete a market anaylsis on a property for you, I would be able to provide you with more detailed / accurate information.... more
Anything is possible. The best thing for you to do is talk to a real estate agent in your area and have them give you the details of this property. Have them find out what similar homes in the area are selling for and once you have as much information as you can get have your agent write up an offer and see what the seller says. Your Agent should be able to tell you what a good offer would be.... more
Trulia gathers data from various professional real estate sources and re-packages it for consumers to look at. Then, all those little pictures of real estate agents you see? They charge us to advertise hoping you'll click one of our pictures and we'll get a chance to sell your home or help you buy a home. If they allowed people to post "For Sale By Owner" properties, none of us would pay for advertising because they'd be letting consumers compete with our listings. Bottom line, we as licensed Realtors have learned that Trulia and Zillow attract mostly window shoppers and people just poking around. But, we pay to advertise hoping that, in the long run you'll get serious about selling your home and let us list it so you can actually sell it.... more
What I can tell by the disclosure it is not being sold furnished. Wether they would sell it with the furnishings would have to go through the listing agent to find out. If you are currently working with an agent I would have them contact the listing agent to answer that question.... more
You can find out which bank owns the property by contacting the local tax assessor's office as they will have it on record. However; I can tell you that the bank will not speak to you about the property and will refer you to the listing agent representing the property.
Good luck to you!
Prudential Connecticut Realty... more
Assessments should reflect the value of the property only and (other than they homestead exemption) not be effected by the property being a primary or second home. Have you made improvements to the home? Were there other homes in the area recently built that may improved the value? We would be happy to do a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) for you to see if the assessment could be a mistake. Just shoot me the address here or by personal email and I will look it up for you.
Modern Rustic Homes
Get an appraisal - it's an independent opinion of value and will look at it as any lender will. This isn't something that's "cookie cutter" and an agent may be either unskilled at estimating value or overly optimistic in an effort to gain your business....