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Mon Aug 1, 2016
Tomasjones asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/3001565054-3829-Hamilton-St-103-Hyattsville-MD-20781#nearby/commute
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Sat Jun 8, 2013
Miekeba Jones answered:
Hi Melonie, It's been a while. please open the link below and see all of the homes sold in the Art District past 180 days. http://mrislistings.mris.com/DE.asp?k=2902605XLB6C&p=DE-202960489-19 Contact me to schedule a showing.

Miekeba Jones
Heymann Realty LLC
240-715-8284 direct
301-439-1180 office
miekeba@heymannrealty.com
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Mon Jul 30, 2012
Akil Walker answered:
Historic hyattsville... great location. It might be new to some folks, but I have been living near it for a long time. Quick access to DC or College Park and shopping, plus more
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Sun Feb 7, 2010
Alex Martinez answered:
2 Reasons why;

1. You are paying for both City and County Tax.
2. Both Jurisdictions are considering older, Comps for their assessments.

Sebastian
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Tue Dec 15, 2009
Marvin Von Renchler answered:
I do Broker Price Opinions for lenders contemplating foreclosure or short sales. I do HUNDREDS of them and have to comp properties all over 3 major counties. I do more of these than any regular appraiser could because they are not as complicated. Its becoming hard to value a property WITHOUT having short sales as comparables. Its estimated that within a year 50% of ALL mortgages will be in some form of trouble. These shorst will continue to DROP PRICES. The bottom has not come, folks. MArvin Von Renchler ... more
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Mon Mar 31, 2008
Hi answered:
wait
don't consider buying now
washington, northern virginia
prices still declining
more to go

anyways

good luck
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Mon Mar 17, 2008
Dora Siverio-Macholl answered:
All the answers provided are good! I strongly agree with with the agent that mentioned that, BUYER is the one who really set the tone in this market. And you are obviously a well informed BUYER.

Your plan is good, just ask your agent to present the offer, and to provide all the documentation and rational you all took into consideration to determine this price.

After 6 months in the market, and if the seller really want to sell this property, they will be open to entertain your offer. Be ready for a counter offer in this case... Remember the inventory out there is big, you can keep looking if this offer doesn't work out.

Best of luck to you and your husband! and remember to enjoy this important moment.

Life is Beautiful!
Dora
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