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Market Conditions in Albany : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Nicholas Miuccio answered:
Mater Christi is at
35 Hurst Ave, Albany, NY 12208
(518) 489-3111
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Sun Dec 8, 2013
Robert Baker answered:
Call the landlord directly, they may not be a Trulia member.
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
amazingbonk answered:
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Tue Oct 22, 2013
Barbara Wagner answered:
Was it 94 Menands Road you were interested in or Patroon Place in Loudonville? (or BOTH!!??) I'm a full-time agent and very flexible. Our office actually contains a mortgage broker, a real estate attorney and our agency. We are a "one stop shop" which makes transactions go way easier!

Anyway, give me a call at 518-466-7127. Let's look at some houses!!!

Barbara Wagner
Exit Elite Realty Group
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Sat Apr 13, 2013
Jason Bustelos answered:
What is your interest in this property and its values? Like others have mentioned, sites like trulia and zillow are not always accurate or up to date. Certain properties do not have enough or more recent comparable sales to trully reflect a good idea of value. The is also a difference between assessed, appraised, and market values. Likewise, many things can influence taxes figures; if the property is being taxed at higher than its current market value then the owner should ask for some help in providing evidence as to this being the case. Like you mentioned, some real solid evidence with figures and numbers, not some random unsupported information like that provided here. Should you need any further assistance, please do not hesitate in contacting me.
Jason Bustelos; LREB
NY Realtor Group, LLC
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Mon May 14, 2012
Andrew Mironchuk answered:
To further discuss your land call me
Andy MIronchuk
Bethlehem Realty Associates
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Sat Apr 30, 2011
Gregorio Denny answered:
I have one on my website:
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Sat Mar 12, 2011
Brian Brosen answered:
you can always visit and look at the link marked Market Updates - this will give you sales`data on a monthly basis for city of albany and other areas. If you are considering potentially selling, there are many agents around, i simply suggest you find one that will give you references, give you a marketing plan in writing and give your home maiximum exposure as well. ... more
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Thu Feb 17, 2011
Amy Morgan answered:
Hello Angela, I am not sure if you were able to get the information that you were looking fro regarding Condo/bank owned in the Albany Area...There is also another area that you may want to consider and that would be what is called a Short Sale, this does not reference time, but rather the amount that the bank will be willing to accept for the property falls short of what is owed. Many properties go through this process prior to foreclosure. If you would like to learn more about Short Sales (also refer to as 3rd Party approval) Please feel free and Contact me. At which time I can find the exact area you are looking for and see what is available out there.

Amy Morgan
Licensed Sales Person
Keller Williams Capital District
(518) 470-5524
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Mon Apr 26, 2010
Frank Gentile answered:
The home has been withdrawn from the MLS after being lsted for nearly 500 days. From the history in the MLS it was under contract for some of that time, then it fell through. That's a tough situation for the seller to lose momentum that way. It was previoulsy listed as a short sale. Any speculation further would would be merely that. ... more
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Tue Oct 6, 2009
Jonathan Twombly asked:
Looking for current, reliable vacany rate data for residential rental properties in the city of Albany.
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Thu Jul 24, 2008
Gina Bendel, SFR answered:
From what we've seen the value of homes in Albany has dropped due to high inventory of homes on the market currently. When there is a lot of competition for similar homes, the tendency is to lower the price to sell more quickly to buyers who can select from so many homes in this market. The market in this area is still doing well when compared to so many others however. Hope this is helpful! ... more
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Mon Jul 14, 2008
Matt Sydlandski answered:
The prices here have stayed the same mostly, they never went up that much. As for the area, nothing happends, nobody will make a lot of money, everything is always status quo.... Has always been that way for some reason.? Very blah. Tech Valley in this area is just a so called name, it really isn't. Most people in my gen, tell others to leave NY (Did not want to believe this for a while but true), too expensive, taxed to death. Every one from gen X left and never came back? I don't see any one here in my age group? Good area otherwise. Was cheap pre 2000. ... more
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Sat Mar 29, 2008
Holli Boyd answered:
I have a page on my website that lists current rental properties - take a look and let me know if there is anything you want more information on.
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Wed Mar 12, 2008
Holli Boyd answered:
Hi Mlinda - if you want to do a search for condos check out my free MLS search page - - you can search by price range and style of home. I would be more then happy to set up a search for you :) Also, check out to get broader Capital District real estate total market information - see where the prices are going :) Hope this helps! ... more
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