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Market Conditions in Germantown : Real Estate Advice

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Tue May 28, 2013
Dr_crenshaw answered:
It was built by Drew Renshaw.
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Mon Jan 17, 2011
Brian M. Cruzen answered:

Great question. Most home prices have dropped nationally. However, Germantown is a very stable community. I would suggest getting comps for your home in our current market. Also, get a realtor to do a walk through to make sure your home is staged to sell. Good luck. Let me know if I can assist you !

Thanks in advance,
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Wed Oct 13, 2010
Faith Greenwell answered:
It depends on the information you have to share and your relationship with the client. Is it a sales activity? Are you trying to reach new clientele? Is it a current client? I agree with most of the posts here that each client is different in how they communicate. My 79 year old mother communicates by phone (no texting or voice mail) and watches for the mailman every day. My 27 year old daughter communicates mainly thru texting, email and social media sites like Facebook. It's so exciting to have so many different communication (and instantaneous) avenues right at our fingertips. There's no straight line that you can always draw from first contact to closing - it will take a variety of activities to be successful.

From an inspection perspective, our clients and referrals sources typically receive information by email. Regardless, we can print and/or email a report. It's up to the client.

Good luck!!
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Sun Mar 29, 2009
Patty Everitt answered:
Have you seen this house, I liked it , great pool, area, schools, upstairs a little "tight", but for 3117-3129 sq. ft. , I liked it , No bedrooms down, so that might be keeping it from selling,
The history on this home is the original sell mentioned below -2000 for $252,500, then multiple attempts for resale, with several off market and withdrawn situations, longest on market with no sale is 231 days,
Yr is 1988, 4 br's,3.1 bath, on one sheet it showed 5 brs, so would have to see if that is an office, I viewed this over a year ago with another client. they wanted the bedroom down, more than a pool.
If you are interested I could call the homeowner for you- this could be the year they could sell it !
Take care,
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