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Market Conditions in Saginaw : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 30, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Google Maps is a great tool for this. I did a quick search and the results are in the link below.
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Gavin Wilson answered:
Looks like 3626 is listed at 40,000. Email me at for a copy of the listing.
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Mon Sep 19, 2011
Bob McClure answered:
good evening...yes, there are ...why not call me?
best regards
bob mcclure
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Thu Sep 8, 2011
Judi Rutland CRS REALTOR answered:
Hello! If you are going to the bank to request a loan to purchase a home, you do not need to go with an Appraisal. The lender will order an appraisal for you. If you are going to the bank to refinance then you may indeed need an appraisal but the lender will also order his/her own. If the appraisals differ then you may likely have to purchase another appraisal or get your appraiser to re-work the on you have. The best place to go to find an appraiser is to ask the lender for their approved list or contact a local Realtor for the information. Good luck! ... more
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Wed May 19, 2010
Ray Spitler answered:
You could choose to have another appraisal, but you will have to pay for it again. The chances of it coming in high enough for you to avoid PMI are slim. If you would like to see home values in your neighborhood, go to and enter a little information about your home and it will show you all sales activity near your home. This of course is a general value.

Depending on the value of your home, a drop of only $4000 over the last 2-3 years is pretty good! I have seen values drop about 20% during that same time frame in many areas of Saginaw.

So to answer your questions, I think it depends largely on the purpose of the Refinance, and how much more it would need to appraise for to avoid PMI. If you off by a few thousand, then it may be worth it. If you need to be 5% more, I don't think so.
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