Are the housing values in Kings Park NY stable or are they increasing?

Asked by Kimberly, Maryland Wed May 2, 2012

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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
You can check for available and closed properties; it appears prices in the area appear to be somewhat flat.
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Lisa Palermo, Agent, Babylon, NY
Thu Jun 28, 2012
good evening kimberly..
at this time we have reached a 'soft' bottom to the market..
there are still additional foreclosures that will soon be trickling into the mix of available
inventory.. this will keep prices low for awhile before you will see an increase in value..

ti be clear on your question.. you are trying to sell your condo and want to know if
your buyer can purchase with an fha loan..?
it will depend on your board's requirements.. and loan to value stats..
also, your board has a debt to income ratio that must be met..
call me..
you are local to my area.

Lisa Palermo
Coldwell Banker Residential
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Thomas Brady, Agent, Plainview, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
I looked back a few years to get some perspective on Kings Park today.

2008 125 homes sold, ave days on market 71, Ave sold price $435,000, % off list price 3.5%

2009 120 homes sold, ave days on market 73, ave sold price $$399,000, % off list price 4.2%

2010 98 homes sold, ave days on market 76.5, ave sold price $396,500, % off list price 3.7%

2011 90 homes sold, ave days on market 78, ave sold price $404,875, % off list price 3.75%

2012 through 05/02 17 homes sold, dom 87, ave sold price $440,000, % off list price 2.5%

I took these stats from the MLS, I hope they help.

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Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.
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Plainview, New York 11803
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Franklin Bla…, Agent, New York, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
Magically sound at this moment. I believe the latest news last month from the National Association of Realtors of a 4.1% increase in national sales for the month of March is a strong indicator that we are heading in the right direction. Until the future outcome of pending bank foreclosure are fully dealt with, it will be hard to truly predict the stability of the Long Island housing market. There lies the true answer in my humble opinion.
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William Zeze…, Agent, Setauket, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
@ this point in time home prices in Kings Park (and surrounding areas)don't appear to be going up they remain flat,there are signs that the Long Island Housing market is improving and prices should start going up in the near future.Any questions feel free to contact me Bill Zezelic @ 631-875-2668.
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John Cinque, Agent, Smithtown, NY
Wed May 2, 2012
I would say right now they are stable, but I am expecting prices to rise next year
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