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Lockiecasey, Real Estate Pro in Lilburn, GA
Lockiecasey asked:
How are you justifying such increase in pricing. From 55k to 299k now to 395? This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3021240951-BRYSON-COVE-100-Bryson-Lndg-SW-Lilburn-GA-30047
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 3, 2014 Market Conditions in Lilburn
Cheryl, Renter in 30087
Cheryl asked:
mountain park elementary This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental/3150669778-4283-Janet-Ct-NW-Lilburn-GA-30047
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 16, 2014 Market Conditions in Lilburn
Ava Anderson,…, Real Estate Pro in 30078
Ava Anderson, Realtor answered:
This was sold for $300K previous. Now listed $390K. Is not that too much. How much is reasonable offer for this.?
Prices are definitely on the rise and as others have mentioned there is a lack of inventory and it's all about supply and demand. If you need assistance from a Realtor feel free to giv ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 15, 2013 Market Conditions in Lilburn
Jonathon Ste…, Real Estate Pro in Loganville, GA
Jonathon Steele answered:
Where are all the cash buyer investors investing in lilburn what zip codes are hot markets. PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE ALL OF GWINNETT COUNTY
Tranche. Email me your questions at jmsteele57@gmail.com. Maybe I can help. As far as getting a list of buyers, that's going to be tough without a buyer's brokerage agreement.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 18, 2012 Market Conditions in Lilburn
Ana Martinez, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Ana Martinez answered:
My house was assesed at $275000 last year by the assesor, but I am being taxes on a property value of $450000, where did this number come from?
Have your appraisal handy and set up an appointment to protest your taxes. The county will go off what they feel is market. Which could be lower or higher. The appraiser will actually c ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 18, 2010 Market Conditions in 30047
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
Why is my tax assesed value lower than what i bought the house for? is this bad?
it is great for your pocketbook, your taxes will be less. assessed value is a percentage of market value, it is not always based on 100% market value. hope this helps
1 vote Share Flag Wed Sep 24, 2008 Market Conditions in 30047
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