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Market Conditions in Olive Branch : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 19, 2011
Carrie Crowell answered:
Olive Branch is a great town to live in. Olive Branch schools have the highest ratings available in the state, you are close to interstate access into Memphis and depending on what kind of living you are looking for you can find great homes with city life, or country appeal. I would be happy to give you more information on Olive Branch and other communites in the area. Please don't hesitate to call for more information.

Carrie Crowell
Keller Williams Realty
Southaven, MS
Specializing in Residential, Short Sale and Relocation.
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Thu Sep 16, 2010
Marc Oppenhuizen answered:
Has anyone answered your question sufficiently or are you still in a search for a home? Feel free to contact me. I will be glad to answer your questions.
Give me a call or email me
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Tue Jun 23, 2009
Carrie Crowell answered:
All sales are recorded at the local court house. You can get information of all sales those listed with real estate agents and those not. If you just want a general idea of what is going on in the a local agent. ... more
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Tue Jun 9, 2009
Beccajaffe answered:
I wouldn't freak out just yet. It's a tough economy right now but the market here in DeSoto is picking up speed. I agree with the Lewis' and Miss Rushing, you may have to drop your price after the first 30 days if there hasn't been an offer. Don't get discouraged just yet! Perhaps you can offer an incentive to attract more buyers, like offering to help pay closing, etc. if you haven't done so already. Buyers are looking for the biggest bang for their buck so to compete with these foreclosures, you really need to stand out! Best of luck to you! ... more
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Thu Jul 24, 2008
Carrie Crowell answered:
I have been studying the market in DeSoto County. The sales over last year have actually been down slighty, however I am seeing an increase over the summer months, and I am also seeing the average price range climb a little. The first half of the year, the majority of the sales where under 175K. They are starting to climb. I have no idea what price range your home is in, but things are starting to look up in many different areas. Don't be over discouraged, however do take note, if your home is not getting showings, some kind of action will be required on your part to get them. Good Luck on the sale of your home. ... more
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