Have prices in historic district of Williamsburg dropped as much as citywide?

Asked by Irene Clemente, Williamsburg, VA Mon May 6, 2013

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Jim Barr, Agent, Virginia Beach, VA
Mon May 6, 2013
Actually prices in Williamsburg are starting to rise. The same is true in other parts of our area including James City and York Counties. The experts at NAR expect this trend to continue. If you are in the market to purchase a home now would be a good time. If your plan is to sell it might be wise to wait a bit to see if this trend continues.

Jim Barr, Realtor
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Jim Barr, Agent, Virginia Beach, VA
Mon May 6, 2013
Actually prices in Williamsburg are starting to rise. The same is true in other parts of our area including James City and York Counties. The experts at NAR expect this trend to continue. If you are in the market to purchase a home now would be a good time. If your plan is to sell it might be wise to wait a bit to see if this trend continues.

Jim Barr, Realtor
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Don't know if you received my followup. Looking at a house near W&M (2BR priced at $244/sq.ft reduced only 9% from 2006 sale. Median sq.ft price is now around $115-120 for 2BR house. Can you explain discrepancy. 743Scotland
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