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In My Neighborhood in Cumming : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 18, 2016
Janell Carter answered:
Hi Rahul! I am a local Realtor that lives and works in Alpharetta. The subdivision being too close to a industrial plant may be a issue. Of course it depends on how close the subdivision is to the plant. You may want to ask your Realtor to look up the comps in the neighborhood to see if there is a high turnover of properties and to see if there has been a difference in the resale value over time. I hope this helps.

Janell Carter Realtor
Century 21 Intown
www.janellcarter.com
678-791-8956
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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Hank Miller answered:
So since this post, one other sale occured - at 205K. It's not a basement home but is indicative of the downward value slope of this area.

Case-Shiller is far far too broad to use for anything local and Robert Shiller is far from sold on any "recovery". The bottom line is that many don't like appraised values, there's nothing that can be done if the data is there. Cost does not equal value - opinions do not equal value.

If you think it's challenging now, wait until spring - http://hankmillerteam.com/2012/10/24/looking-ahead-to-the-spring-atlanta-housing-market-and-challenges-expected/
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Sat Mar 6, 2010
Sonsie Conroy answered:
Property crimes are crimes against "property," as opposed to rape, assault, etc., which are crimes against the person. Property crimes would include burglary, breaking and entering, etc. I hope this helps! ... more
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