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Market Conditions in Great Neck : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 21, 2014
Malgorzata Ringston answered:
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Mon Mar 17, 2014
Sarit Elias answered:
Amherst Road in Great neck New York is located in the Village of Great Neck Estates.
Living on this street allows you use of the private park with pool ,marina ,tennis courts plus other extras. Great Neck Estates also has its own private police.
Having extensive knowledge of the area, please call me at (516) 445-7636
I will be happy to take you on a tour of the neighborhood and show you the different locations.
Sarit Elias
EM Realty
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Christian Monge answered:
Yes, the property is south of Northern Blvd which is means your school district will be South for both Middle School and High School. If you need any additional help, do not hesitate to contact me at 516-941-5198. ... more
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Mon Aug 19, 2013
Patricia Erker & Elinore West answered:
Check out the Nassau County public information link to 4 Chestnut Drive - not sure exactly what you are looking for.


CRS - Certified Residential Specialist, SRES - Seniors Real Estate Specialist
GRI - Graduate, REALTOR Institute CBR - Certified Buyer Representative
Working with ELINORE WEST - to be the SOURCE for all of your Real Estate Needs
DIRECT: 516.498.2139
OFFICE: 516.466.2100
MOBILE: 516.946.3122
FAX: 516.466.7473
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Sun Jun 23, 2013
Patricia Erker & Elinore West answered:
Greetings Lily,

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Sun Mar 31, 2013
John Walin answered:
Best of luck in your search!
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Nurit Weiss answered:
Hi ;
You Have To Understand That Price Change From One Home To Another....However Price Depreciation As About 25% In Great Neck In General...What Is Matter Is The Price And The Motivation Of The Homeowner,That Help Sell A Home In This Market...For Specific Location In Great Neck And More....You Can Call Me At;516-6470954.
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Nurit Weiss@coldwell Banker Residential
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Sun Aug 23, 2009
Anonymous123 answered:
I won't get into an argument here and that is my last response.

I agree that looking at the assessed value is just one piece of information you should look at. It's an unbiased view of the real estate market which brokers (even the buyer's broker) usually don't have.

I also agree with the suggestion that you should ask your agent for ALL sold properties in the last 6 months for that school district. The agent can give you info on the asking price, sell price, how long it has been on the market, etc.

Good luck,
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Tue Nov 25, 2008
Terence Cavill answered:
The market is in slow mode at the moment - and anybody who reads these questions will have an opinion as to why -But I think that one of the problems faced at the moment is that banks are delaying loans or not lending at all.
So anyone who wants to buy is having a very hard time getting mortgage approval at the moment. I think the new administration will push the banks to start lending for mortgages and business . They should make it a condition of government money or loan guaranties . Also Streamlining any official or semiofficial lending programs will help also
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Fri Oct 10, 2008
Kiffany answered:
We are waiting only because we haven't hit the buttom of this economy situation and housing prices are going to continue to fall. The election does not matter in our decision. No candidate can offer an immediate fix for the situation. I don't want to sound all doom and gloom here but houses were overpriced, banks were qualifying people who shouldn't haven't gotten the loans they did and now we are paying for everyone's greed. Sorry to say but current homeowners if needing to sell in the near future are going to pay for it.

We don't want to buy a house right now, when we can wait 6 months or so and get it much cheaper. Plus, we entering into winter, the slow time for house sales annually. We are looking to pay 20% less than asking price. Truthfully, I feel that this is what the actual true value of homes should be in our area. The prices just kept getting inflated and some of it was driven by the county assessors who kept increasing values so much to get more property tax money in Nebraska. Homeowners certainly didn't want to sell their home under the assessed value so they kept selling higher and higher.
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