This is a tofch question to answer. I am an Senior Real Estate Spoecial with 33% of my buisness in adult communities. The problem today is that so many adult communities have sprouted up further north of Jackson AND to accomodate the Staten Islanders and North Jerseyans and the number of estates in likekind communities has risen leading to a decreae in value of your home.
I know this all to well as I live in an adult community that once sold for $350k on average and is now selling at the $220k price point. Sickening.
As previoulsy suggested, it is always wise to interveiw at least 3 realtors (1) to determne if your perosnalityies match and (2) to compare the potential sale value given be each.
All can is that this is touch market.
Francesca Patrizio, Broker Sales Associate, ePro, SRES
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