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Market Conditions in Fuquay Varina : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 30, 2015
Ernie Behrle answered:
A big part of the reason in my opinion may be the uncertainity of where the outer loop around Raleigh....I-540 ..will be actually running. There are several projected routes and until that is totally determined, there will be some concern on the part of buyers. What I can tell you is that Fuquay Varina is a nice area and is growing rapidly. ... more
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Sat May 3, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
xraindancer,
This listing is an Auction, so for starters the price is not realistic. The odds are very low that a bank would even consider anything other than a clean purchase. Banks don't want to own real estate, they need to liquidate it and turn it back into money to loan on good mortgages.
Get a local agent to show you some homes and consider other options for your property.
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Sat May 3, 2014
xraindancer asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3153379278-24-Elmbrook-Ct-Fuquay-Varina-NC-27526
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Sat Feb 8, 2014
phandlin answered:
The corridor which was originally laid out is closer to parallelling Hwy 1010 (which we just call TenTen in the area). No decision as he noted, but both Mayors of Holly Springs and Fuquay have banded together on the original route, land is already bought or spoken for by DOT - of which most all of it was farm or undeveloped land, very few established homes were sold, and no new communities. Believe me as home-owners, we looked into it. But to answer the question, of why homes are coming up for sale.
It's the fact that for the Bentcreek neighborhood, I particularly had to take a job in DC, and I need to sell my house. Another couple bought a fixer up house in Sanford (closer to his job) that could accommodate their ailing mother (alsheimers), getting their house ready to sell. Yet another couple has kids going to college and would like to sell their house in the next couple years to move closer to his job and just downsize. A couple sold their home a year ago to move into a bigger house - the teenage kids were outgrowing the Bentcreek house. We have one foreclosure going on in Bentcreek, because the family had to take a job in New Jersey, when he got laid off and the company bellied up.
Hey - we're getting old and life happens. Take advantage of it........
from one of The Bentcreek Babes
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Mon Nov 4, 2013
Shelly Thompson answered:
I think the movement is good for the market. I have sold a few Ryland homes and clients have been happy with what the homes have to offer for the money.
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