Hi Maria, There are so many reasons it's hard to pin point just one.
3.The hosue itself could have a major issue
5. Too big or too small and the buyers bought because of price or location later changed their mind
6. A fixer upper, at one point it could of been a fixer upper and they flipped it.
These are just some of the reasons.
We suggest a home inspection and find a good home inspector who is not afraid to get dirty so he'll crawl where need be.
I used to reside in Kyle TX area and used to drive by Plum Creek neighborhood often. It is a lovely area for walking, playing golf. A friend of mine sold her home there last year because she said her husband thought the neighborhood was losing it's country feel. He was apparently referring to more new homes and neighbors arriving in the area. I myself think it's a lovely neighborhood so am very intrigued with this turnover. I am curiouse where these ppl are moving to, what their mortgages look like, and if the area has become more ethnically diverse. I currently reside 4 hrs away but will drive there on Monday to check it out. Good question Lawrence!- Liz... more