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Market Conditions in Mobile County : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Nov 2, 2014
Kelly & Ryan Cummings answered:
This is the Murphy High School District.
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Wed Feb 19, 2014
djuan lewis asked:
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Tue Dec 17, 2013
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Sat Oct 19, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
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Fri May 10, 2013
Prudential Cooper Property MGR answered:
I can rent this home pretty quick if you decide to go with renting it! We screen our applicants hard and I almost alwaus have folks looking for nice properties and this one sounds very nice! I'm Jinger Leverett. 27 years with Prudential Cooper. I manage the rental department. Let me know if I may be of service. (251)343-5241 Check out our website at we also advertise on Trulia, Zillow, Hotpads, Mobile Daily Classifieds, Craig's list, and military sites. Good luck! and God Bless! ... more
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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Devin Scott answered:
I'm Devin Watson, REALTOR with Prudential Cooper & Co. Inc. within Mobile. Currently, according to the USDA website 3408 Kings Gate Drive is eligible for a USDA Rural Development Loan. If you need help with this property or any other please don't hesitate to call me at (251) 463-7781 or email me at I look forward to hearing from you and hope you are having a great evening. ... more
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Port City Team answered:
Of the homes sold in December 2012 in Mobile County the average days on the market was 97 days. Active homes on the market that are available for sale have an average days on the market of 182 days. ... more
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Tue Aug 7, 2012
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Mon May 7, 2012
Johnny Jordan answered:
There are 19 properties listed in Forest Highland area with and avg. price of 117k. Also 4 resent sales with an avg. of 89k. The avg list price as of April 25 was low 70's. If you would like some help with a listing or purchase please give me a call.
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Fri Dec 30, 2011
Tara Cox answered:
On Dec 13,2006 it appears the home sold for $84,000
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Sarah Goulart Nathe answered:
I have to be honest here, I would be very surprised if there is anywhere that exists that type of a market. I'd love to be proven wrong, but even in a good rental market, I can�39;t imagine a home of about $130K garnering $1800 a month in rent.

But, should someone respond with one, I may be buying one too!

Good luck in your search, the rental market is hot right now for sure.
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Parrish Walker answered:
Of course it's possible! I need much more information to give you a better answer, but I'd be glad to do some research and tell you what it will probably sell for right now. Please call me at (251) 459-4764 or email me at I hope to hear from you! ... more
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Wed Jan 12, 2011
Sib Howell answered:
Hello, my name is Sib Howell and I'm a Realtor here in Saraland, Alabama. The Kali Oka area of Saraland is a great area with very nice homes and are in the celebrated Saraland School District. The growth of Saraland and North Mobile is just now gathering momentum and with the announcement of expanded jobs for "both" steel mills, the potential is great. There are a number of investers that have focused on the Saraland/North Mobile area exclusively and are in the process of positioning themselve for a real presence in the next 2 years. I am a Broker with Exit Realty. I've spent a lot of years in the North Mobile area. The growth over the past ten years has been phenominal. I can only expect this area to continue its growth for at least the next 10 years. With interest rates as low as they are right now it's a very good time to "get in" on the growth. Good luck with your acerage and best wishes for 2011. ... more
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Wed Jan 27, 2010
Holly Shirley answered:
The new Saraland City Schools will greatly affect the value of homes in the Saraland area. The city council is forecasting 4,000 families moving to the area in the next 2 years. We have seen this happen firsthand. We lived in Oxford, AL. They formed their own city school, and within 5 years the population had doubled and the price of homes were 35% higher than the neighboring city of Anniston.
I live in Saraland. Great place to be right now!
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Sat Jan 16, 2010
Catherine "Cathy" Chaudemanche answered:
Hi Wagner,

I do not have the US national DOM.
I can give you the DOM for Middlesex County NJ for 2009 for single family homes (calculated last week with data from Middlesex County NJ MLS).
I hope it is helpful with what you are trying to do (either as comparison or to show that all markets are local??...)
It is 82 Days-
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Sun Jun 15, 2008
Mr.P answered:
Just a little taste of what can happen to you if you exercise your right of free speech
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Sun May 25, 2008
Bruce McKinnon answered:
Juan: This is a bit of a delayed response to this 2007 question, but I here this question asked routinely. It is worth discussing. I love this question.

First, the RATE the FED cuts or increases IS the Federal Funds Rate. This is the rate that depository institutions banks charge other depository institutions for overnight lending (to be sure their 10% reserve requirement has been met). It is NOT the interest rate on mortgage loans – see LINK:

Second, the FED (FOMC) has 8 “scheduled” meetings yearly. Unscheduled meetings occur when all hell breaks loose in the economy or for “better timing” purposes.

Third, the FED’s upward and downward adjustments in the Federal Reserve Rate do NOT mean mortgage rates will follow. They are NOT related. But, money rate fluctuations do impact the banking industry. With time, there MAY be an increase or decrease in mortgage rates – or the opposite effect (if the availability of federal reserve funds stimulates inflation. See LINK:

The Federal Reserve Board members think they have their hands on the pulse of the economy, but there are no guarantees. So if one is considering LOCKING LOAN rates based on Federal Funds Rate activity, you may want to check with your bank and keep up with what the pendants in finance are saying. Their guess may be better than yours. is a good website to monitor this issue. I really like their Mortgage Rate Trend Index -- see LINK below.
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