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Property Q&A in 46032 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 10, 2016
Kerryrodgers asked:
Fri Feb 1, 2013
Brian Collier answered:
I live near this area and received the following this week:

Beazer Homes, LLC, invites you to an information meeting regarding the build-out of Walnut Ridge Estates located at 169th Street and Carey Road.

Where: Radiant Christian Life Church, 16162 Carey Road, Westfield, IN.
When: Thursday, February 7, 2013, beginning at 6:00 pm.

Representatives of Beazer will present their plans to complete Walnut Ridge and introduce their new homes designed specifically for this project. Included will be their plans and timelines for the completion of recreational paths and perimeter landscaping. A period for questions and answers will be provided.

Brian Collier
Paramount Investment Corporation
-The Mortgage & Real Estate Divisions-
16095 Prosperity Dr.
Suite 200
Noblesville, IN 46060
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Fri Feb 17, 2012
Robert (bob) Witham answered:
Let me know if you still need the names of custom builders.
Bob Witham
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Wed Feb 11, 2009
Joe Shoemaker answered:

Happy to help...

I showed the house a few times, and thought it was not particularly impressive. Trendy decor and moderate quality construction, not comparable quality-wise to some other homes in the neighborhood. It had tons of trim work and flashy finishes, but that all seemed to be rather "pasted on" to an otherwise average - though enormous - house. At its final sales price, it was a decent value on a per square foot basis, however.

14536 Stonegate initially listed in August of 2007 at $935,000.
The price was reduced in October 2007 to $899,900.
That listing expired in February of 2008.

They re-listed in May of 2008 with a different company for $850,000. (As though a different company would somehow magically sell the over-priced property. Let's not pretend otherwise, OK? The broker wasn't the problem. The price was the problem.)

Here's where it gets weird.
In June, they lowered the price to $800,000... and then RAISED the price in July to $900,000. (Hey... that's an idea... the house doesn't sell in almost a year... so let's raise the price. Huh?)

That listing then expired in November 2008 at $900,000.

They then re-listed again with the initial listing broker at $800,000 and got a contract within 15 days. They then closed on January 30, 2009 at $755,000.00.

Hope this info helps.

Best always,

Joe Shoemaker
Principal Broker, REALTOR®
MacDuff Realty Group
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