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Market Conditions in Falls Church : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Dec 28, 2014
Kelly Putz answered:
Just came across this old question and I'm curious - did you get your license??

I hope so. If there is one profession that is is suited for ANY age, it is real estate. You are your own boss, so you can work as little or as much as you want. It all depends on your motivation and time.

If you did, bully for you!

If you didn't, contact me. I'd like to help you out and bring you on board with my brokerage.

:)
Kelly Putz
Barcroft Realty Group
Fairfax, VA

P.S. If you did get your license, contact me anyway. Maybe I can entice you to my brokerage.
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Mon Dec 15, 2014
Trevor Smith answered:
I think that is a great idea. Having a lot of dust in your dryer vent can be really dangerous to your health and can be a potential fire hazard. Once a year isn't too often to have to clean a dryer in my opinion. http://www.cleanhvac.com/residential/ ... more
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Sat Jun 8, 2013
John Ginty answered:
This is currently 1 plot of land for sale in 22046. It's 6,456 sq ft listed for $374,500. That is $58 per sq ft.

In the past 6 months 2 plots of land have sold. 1 was 6,250 sq ft sold for $355,000 ($56.80 per sq ft) and the other was 13,371 sq ft sold for $299,000 ($22.36 per sq ft).

As you can see from just these 3 statistics there are other variable that will effect the price. I would love to learn more about your real estate goals and help you to the best of my ability. You can reach me on my cell at 703-307-3449. I look forward to hearing from you. Have a great weekend!

Sincerely,
John Ginty
Realtor
Keller Williams Capital Properties Fairfax
10300 Eaton Pl, Suite 120
Fairfax, VA 22030
Cell: 703-307-3449
JohnGinty@kw.com
www.JohnGintySells.com
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Tue Aug 9, 2011
Leah Henderson answered:
This is a great question, Giovanni. Generally my answer is that it depends on where you are in the country. Absorption rate is the marker for this dynamic. The absorption rate is the amount of time it takes for all the homes on the market are sold if another home didn't enter the market. A recent article I read stated that some mid-west states have an absorption rate of four. A strong seller's market. With four months inventory on the market all homes will sell in four months if another home didn't enter the market. Again, this means it would take four months before all homes were sold if another one didn't enter the market. I believe the threshold is 7 months where absorption rate switches from one market to the other. So in states with absorption rates are in the double digits the buyer's market is extremely strong and it will take a bit of time before things re-calibrate.

Thanks for posing your question to us here on Trulia.

Here is some additional information on the topic:

http://realestate.about.com/od/knowthemath/a/absorption_rate.htm
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Mon Aug 8, 2011
Dan answered:
We need more realtors that know how to motivate bagholders err I mean sellers to sharply reduce the banc's home price.
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Mon Mar 22, 2010
Vivianne Rutkowski answered:
Reman,

Clearly you could benefit from a good buyer agent - hopefully, one who is also an ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative.
ABR agent would prepare a CMA for the property and show you were the numbers came from.
Contact me, if you need assistance. I would be happy to prepare a CMA for you.
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Fri Nov 30, 2007
Don Tepper answered:
I searched 2 bedroom/2 bath condos in 22042 and came up with 7 currently on the market (as of November 30)--on Willow Point Drive, Nicosh Circle, Lakeside Village Drive, and Genea Way. The lowest priced is at $1,450; others range from $1,695 to $1,950. Send me an e-mail at Don@Solutions3DHome.com and I'll be glad to send you the complete list and prices. ... more
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Tue Jun 19, 2007
Barry Allbright answered:
Anne,

The property sold for $340,000 with no closing costs. Closing date was May 17th. Let me know if you have further questions.
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