HOMES HAVE NOT APPRECIATED 76 % IN 1 YEAR. wHAT IS THE TRUE INCREASE/DECREASE IN THE COST PER SQUARE FOOT IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS?

Asked by Mjbappraisal, Saint Helena, CA Thu Dec 23, 2010

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Bill Moseley, Agent, Saint Helena, CA
Fri Dec 24, 2010
Home sales for the third quarter of 2009 versus the third quarter of 2010 are down 5% or $45,000. These numbers can be skewed by the mix of properties, those selling over a million dollars and those under a million dollars. The trend of late is a higher number of homes selling under a millon dollars then in the past. Cost/square foot is not revelant due to the variety of homes and locations. It is also skewed due the lack of number of sales. Number of sales per month are down 50-75% in St. Helena and the surronding communities. For more information go to my website http://www.billmoseley.net and look at the data for quarterly sales along the left hand column.
Bill Moseley-Broker
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Christine Ha…, Agent, Napa, CA
Thu Dec 23, 2010
Hello there,

Are you an appraiser? Your username/email address sounds like it. I have collected data for 2010 on my web. http://www.ChristineHannah.com.
Please contact me directly for additional questions hannahhomes@gmail.com.

Christine Hannah
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Frank Dolski, Agent, Lahaska, PA
Thu Dec 23, 2010
It is different in every area, every state and every county. I can say that in Bucks County, PA, homes have appreciated by an average of $17,095 per home this year versus last year.
Web Reference:  http://www.FrankDolski.com
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