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Edith Karoli…, Real Estate Pro in Glenview Northshore,...
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
We need to put our home on the market due to pcs orders for late summer. When would be an optimal time?
You know this is always a difficult question to answer without having seen the property.... As you know
curb appeal is one of the important first impressions for a potential buyer, and ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 11, 2014 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
John Goddin, Real Estate Pro in Chapel Hill, NC
John Goddin answered:
Why homes built in 2011 and fw in Fay, NC are appraised and taxed using the high "2009" prices of similar home? Economy and current prices ignored.
For property taxes to be levied fairly across the board, all properties must be valued fairly relative to each other. In North Carolina, counties must reassess at least every 8 years an ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 16, 2012 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
Radford Brown,  in Fayetteville, NC
Radford Brown answered:
i have a house in fayetteville nc i need to sell...distressed property.....investment property...
Would enjoy helping in this process. Feel free to contact me as some fine tuning and your definition of "distressed" is needed before anyone can chart a solid course for selling any pro ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 3, 2015 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
Sarah Goulart…, Real Estate Pro in Plymouth, MA
Sarah Goulart Nathe answered:
I recently came under contract for a condo but it may not be FHA approved. What do I do now. I've been preapproved already for an FHA with a
I would assume that your offer has been accepted contingent on you being able to secure financing, correct? If the property is not FHA approved, you will not be able to get fi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 26, 2012 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
Kathy McKnig…, Real Estate Pro in Fayetteville, NC
Kathy McKnight answered:
Why does Trulia provide the average listing price and not the median listing price of homes? Is there a way to find the median listing price?
List price really isn't a good indication of value. A better indicator would be actual closed sales. Are you wondering what your home is worth?
0 votes Share Flag Sun Aug 7, 2011 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
Denise Rober…,  in Pinehurst, NC
Denise Roberts answered:
Is Fayetteville a good place to buy and hold for cash flow?

If you are looking for investment properties, I would suggest the Pinehurst area, which is 40 minutes west of Fayetteville. Properties in Pinehurst hold their value very well ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 16, 2012 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
David Willia…,  in Fayetteville, NC
David Williams answered:
I did a good business ? What do you think ?
$900 dollars an acre sounds like a very good deal. Of course it all depends on the land itself and where it is but, it does sound like you got that land at a very good price.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 25, 2008 Market Conditions in 28312
Daniel Eberw…, Real Estate Pro in Clayton, NC
Daniel Eberwein answered:
Looking to possibly sell my house and land. The land is 3.33 acres and at least 2.0 acres are off 231 Highway
Charlie - You need to talk to a couple of local residential and commercial realtor's to determine what the best use of the land is. Not knowing where on 231 you are located, I can't sa ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 18, 2011 Market Conditions in Fayetteville
Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Brick, NJ
Deborah Madey answered:
How long should my home be on market before lowering price?
How did you arrive at your asking price? Were you provided pricing opinions by Realtors who provided you a CMA? How credible was the CMA? How knowledgeable and accurate were the Re ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Dec 28, 2007 Market Conditions in Fayetteville, NC
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