Dev is right we cannot predict anything but I can tell you that Woodbrook corners is a terrific development. Usually once people move there they stay a while, hence the fewer resales in relation to the surrounding area. (I used to live ther myself on Stonewall Drive in one of those detached homes. Bought when it was being built and stayed 14 years)
Also, there are very few detached homes in the development, and when they come on the market then tend to sell fast.
I also just rerurned from a seminar on housing by a prominent Real Estate research group (the Otteau Group...Google them). Their information regarding the past years performance and future prediction for Middlesex County was quite favorable on both counts.
There was however a prediction, (which is shared by many others in finance) that, as soon as the April 30th deadline for the federal tax credit ends, along with the March 31st cut off for the Federal Reserve to stop buying mortgage back securities, interest rates will start to creep up again. For every 1% increase in mortgage interest rate, the amount you can afford decreases by 9-10%.
SO if you plan on staying in the home for a while, (and I know the house you are speaking of), take advantage of the historically low interest rates and buy the house. just make sure you get your agent (if you have one) to do a market analysis and make a fair offer price based on that.