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Market Conditions in Mechanicsburg : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Sep 21, 2014
Sharon Felton answered:
There are many of us Realtors here on Trulia that are certainly willing to help answer questions. What exactly is your question about the above-named property? Please elaborate on what question you need answered. Thanks. ... more
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Mon Aug 25, 2014
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Daniel Zito answered:

I am the listing agent for the McNaughton Homes in this community. Orchard Glen is a new community and will not show up on most GPS maps. The community is located in Upper Allen Township just off of E. Winding Hill Rd.
Give me a call at 717-224-5827 if you would like more information.
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
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Wed Oct 23, 2013
Maria Szczur answered:
Thanks for all the replies.
All insights are definitely appreciated...I am working currently with a realtor.
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Mon Oct 21, 2013
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Mon Apr 25, 2011
Josh Bickel answered:
I would have to agree with Brooke. About 50-60 days. However, location, price, and other factors come into play like always. I have seen some sell 2 days after listed if priced perfect and in just the spot a buyer just happen to be looking. Most of what I have seen from the ones that are on the market passed 60 days are either way overpriced for the comps in the area or in very bad repair, and some are just not in locations buyers are looking. Alot of buyers in Mechanicsburg are geared toward income properties from what I have seen. ... more
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Wed Aug 11, 2010
Ian A. Wolf answered:
I am a firm believer in letting the economy adjust on it's own. The more the government interferes with it, I believe that the longer it will take to fix itself. We don't need any more tax credits. Buyer's already get plenty of tax benefits to home ownership and maybe that is where the focus should be right now. Offering tax credits multiple times has some buyers wanting to wait until they are offered again. Instead of relying on govt hand outs we, as a group, should really be broadcasting all the great reasons why buying right now is fantastic and will offer a great wealth building platform, tax benefits, etc. We have seen some bottoming out, and I believe recovery will take some time, but we don't need any more help from the government. ... more
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Sat Aug 7, 2010
Rita A. Zarcone answered:
While Trulia is one link to use to get a "view" of the current market, it is not the best, as Trulia also includes the short sales and foreclosures in the mix. A Real Estate Agent can give you a better picture of the current market through market comparbles, condition of your home and surrounding area. ... more
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