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Market Conditions in Carson City : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Dec 27, 2014
smartpatrol021 answered:
in the ghetto. between goldfield and e. 5th and between Saliman and Carson Meadow Dr.
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
David Shriver answered:
Monthly dues are currently $150 per month. That takes care of exterior maintenance and landscaping, some covered parking and parking lot maintenance & snow removal. There is also a pool, small gathering area(clubhouse?) and a laundry facility. The units are pretty centrally located and close to downtown. It also covers some insurance though I always recommend condo insurance also for your personal contents etc...

David Shriver
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Theresa Redman answered:
3675 Cherokee was withdrawn from the market in October 2012. It does have well/septic.

You can view all properties currently for sale from all real estate offices at my website:

Let me know if I can answer any other questions for you.
Theresa Redman, Realtor
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Rich Barbara answered:
The current monthly lot space rent at Carson Highlands is $435.00 plus water & sewer is billed by the park each month. It is a friendly, family park with nice mountain views and is just minutes from downtown Carson City. Please let us know if you have more questions.....Barbara & Rich ... more
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Wed Sep 2, 2009
Bobbi McKinnon answered:
Hello Joyel,

As many have pointed out, the market is still very volatile (decreasing in average price this month while last month we had a slight increase from the previous month) and it does not look to be stabilizing anytime soon. No one has the answer to when or how high the market will rebound.Therefore, there are a couple of questions you need to answer for yourself:

Are you willing to wait and gamble on an increase in value within 2 years?

Would it be more profitable to take the profits from selling now and possibly investing that money into numerous great opportunities available at great interest rates right now?

Are you prepared to manage that property for the next 2 years? Remember this is much more involved than simply getting it rented.

Once to answer those questions, you should be in a better position to make this difficult decision.

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