I've noticed a pretty consistent trough at around 140 for 1990's SFHs. Does that info extrapolate to a figure of 150 for 2000 year built homes, and?

Asked by Graphfour, Riverside, CA Sun Jun 9, 2013

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Marcantoni &…, Agent, Fresno, CA
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Not necessarily. You are simplifying things too much. This is a rather diverse zip code. Value will be based on many other factors than just age. Averaging/consideration by age only will likely use up much time without rendering a desired result. Beginning a search by price bracketing is smart but knowing what you want and matching that to specific neighborhoods should follow shortly thereafter. You'll likely find the pricing begins to vary for the same year homes at that point.
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