How much is 3 acres of land worth in Whitney Point, NY (near Binghamton,NY?

Asked by Elizabeth, Massachusetts Sun Mar 16, 2008

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Barketa Mots…, Agent, Johnson City, NY
Wed Apr 23, 2008
Hello Elizabeth,
I am a Realtor in the Johnson City, Vestal, Binghamton area, also in PA. Land in WP is currently avg.between 1800 -3,500. I just did a land comparison and from all that I pulled the average was 2,800 per acre. I have a lisiting coming up with in the month that will be listed at that average. It depends on what you have on the land and what its uses are.
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Hi, , Virginia
Mon Mar 17, 2008
Hi Elizabeth
I will give you a simple answer. It is worth whatever someone will pay for it, and not a penny more. Of course you should have sold this in 2005-2006, you would have got top penny.
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Lisa Brodsky, , 10950
Mon Mar 17, 2008
Hi Elizabeth,
I AM a REALTOR in NY and originally from WAY upstate, in the Rochester Area. I now live in the Hudson Valley Area. I can easily refer you to an agent in the Binghamton Area so you can get a professional opinion. Let me know if you would like that. I am happy to help you.
Good Luck!
Lisa Brodsky
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Zack, , Westchester County, NY
Sun Mar 16, 2008
Elizabeth, I'm not a realtor or familiar with the market but grew up north of Syracuse on I-81 and went to college in Binghamton so I'm aware of the area. Land in the towns upstate is generally cheap. Email a local realtor to have them pull comps for your all the way up and down I-81, Marathon, Preble, Castle Creek etc, you could go all the way up to Lafayette, Tully, etc since all these towns are basically the same. If you're planning on commuting to Binghamton from Whitney Point its a about a 25-30 min drive depending on where you want to go and mostly highway. Having done a similar drive during the summers, its really a miserable way to commute on a highway. Not sure if you're in more rural Massachusetts and are used to the drive but its not something I could do long term. Hope this helps at least a bit.
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