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Yes, actually. Hampshire Terrace Apartments, "Hampshire Landing" at 2001 Hampshire Terrace, Joplin, MO 64804 . I know, I know, "Apartments". These look fabulous, though. 3 bed, 2 bath , 1081 square feet for only $525 a month! And, there's even a bonus- Move into a 3 Bedroom by June 15th and receive one month FREE!... more
The high school is located at the mall since the old one since the tornado. They remodled a big box store and spent approx 300k to fix it up. They are going to rebuild the high school at the same location and will be ready in 2014 they say. This is a great place to live and raise a family! Let me know if you have any more questions!... more
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1224 w austin is off of the market, not available. I would be happy to help you find a home if you would like. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keller Williams Realty of Southwest Missouri
Banks will not talk to individual purchasers. I know, I have tried. The best you could hope for is to find out who the new listing agent will be and try to talk to them. The REO agent is not going to make any money unless the home actually sells but remember they are also dealing with the bank and if the bank is unreasonable, well, we've all dealt with unreasonable clients before, right? And the banks are the most unreasonable of the unreasonable!
All I can recommend is to wait for the home to go back on the market and deal with the listing agent.... more
To be honest, I don't think that anyone can say for sure. This is not something that we have gone through in the past or ever want to go through again. Overall, I would expect a slight raise in value but most likely things will remain fairly level. Of course a lot will depend on how quickly new homes are built.... more
I believe they have gone down in the Joplin area. I have sold in this area for a long time and noticed that although we have our ups and downs they are not as drastic here as they are in other areas. It seems to me, people are getting out and at least looking for housing. This would be one of the better times to buy because the prices are down and so is the interest rate. However, the rate has started back up.
Thanks for asking!
I think I might have answered that in the last question. Market seems like it has hit the low and may be on the way back up. We are always slower to get hit in the market and a little slower to heat back up.
Thanks for asking!