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Market Conditions in 94568 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Mar 9, 2014
The Medford Team answered:
They make plenty of sense for those who've already bought and are enjoying living there. As long as they are classified as single family homes by the county, their pricing will remain higher than condos, even if they are really designated as a part of a PUD (Planned Unit Development). They are similar to condos in that they have HOA fees and conjoined features, such as driveways, etc. They are like single family homes in that they are not touching surrounding homes. If you are looking for a decent yard, then a traditional detached single family home would be better for you. If you are OK with condo/townhouse-like surroundings, then you will be fine. ... more
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
Hire a RealtorĀ® and let them take care of it for you!
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Tue Nov 17, 2009
Kent Hu answered:
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Sat May 9, 2009
Brian LeBars answered:
From what I have seen appraisers have to take into account a declining market factor, or i believe they still do.

Appraisal rules have become even tighter with the new HVCC system of ordering appraisals. I can put you in contact with a qualified apprasier if you would like a second appraisal.

Does the extra 12k affect the loan? I would be happy to give you my professional guidance on loan programs and hopefully earn your business.
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Wed Nov 5, 2008
Tom Lyons answered:
Yes. You can estimate real estate trends by what happens in the stock market. Real estate pros have been doing it for years. Basically, when the stock market loses value there is less money for home buyers to use for down payments to buy houses. Historically, when stock market prices crash, the real estate market suffers .... usually 6 months down the road. Current stock prices have always been a good indicator as to what will happen to local real estate ... 6-9 months down the road.
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Mon Oct 8, 2007
Rouriel Noubini answered:
Sorry, wrong link, This is the correct one.
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