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Market Conditions in Hull : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 17, 2014
The Stephen FitzMaurice Team answered:
Doubt it highly! I've heard (and I believe it to be true) that no where in America's history has the housing market not increased over a ten year period. You would be talking about a historic market crash for that to actually happen (it didn't even happen in the 1920's market crash). ... more
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Sat Mar 22, 2014
Heath Coker answered:
Hi Melinda,

Flood zones and their rates are in a state of flux.
There are efforts to delay, stop, change, keep, etc. the flood zones.

We specialize in Water Front property.
http://www.robertpaul.com/agents/4799-Heath-Holly-Coker

Your best aid is to contact a local real estate professional to help with this answer.
(I'm on the Cape, but I can help you choose a local pro if you want help doing so.)

Local insurance professionals and engineers may also be able to help with curent info for Hull.


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Wed Nov 21, 2012
Jim Olive answered:
Never been better, IF you can get through all the wickets to the home loan process!
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Thu May 10, 2012
Suzanne Seale answered:
I am a home owner in Hull. I have read the advice below and agree 100%. Prices may be artificially high because people don't have to sell, one because they don't need the money and two because condos cost less than houses. You might be able to buy a house for the price you would pay for a condo. Also more people can buy a condo as it doesn't require living there year-round to handle emergency maintenance issues, no fix-it or contractor experience required, no yard work. More buyers might mean higher prices based on supply and demand.
Most Hull condos are located within easy reach of Boston and walking to restaurants is easy. Compare this to houses in the area and even at higher prices, the condo might win your vote. Other houses in Hull are up to 6 miles out on the peninsula and with a little traffic, this can significantly add to commuting time or time to get to the hospital in case of emergency.
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Wed Oct 7, 2009
Joe Salcedo answered:
Hi Rob,

That is the a good question again if you trying to list your proerty in the
market my recommendation is to contact the agent specializing that area.
I think Randy can help you. ... more
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