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Scott Saults, Real Estate Pro in Mesa, AZ
Scott Saults answered:
The housing market in San Tan Valley seems to be losing steam. The prices seem to be going down. Is this permanant?
In addition to the numbers and thoughts that have been provided, I would like to add a couple of thoughts:
1. The average SOLD price of a home in San Tan Valley has increased 36.7% ye ... more
1 vote Share Flag Fri Nov 23, 2012 Financing in San Tan Valley
Michael Cheng, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Michael Cheng answered:
The housing market in San Tan Valley seems to be losing steam. The prices seem to be going down. Is this permanant?
If there's anything we've learned from history, geology, and physics, then it's that nothing is permanent. Over time, everything changes. Prices don't go down or up forever.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 17, 2012 Financing in San Tan Valley
Doug McVinua, Real Estate Pro in 85295
Doug McVinua answered:
My husband and I are trying to locate a trustworthy lender for a home loan.
Did you find a lender and a house?
0 votes Share Flag Sat Nov 19, 2011 Financing in San Tan Valley
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