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Market Conditions in Salem : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 21, 2013
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
It is hard to know what you want to know as there is no clear question. Are you a buyer this property is sold look at the SOLD in the link, or do you own this property now. Get back with a clear question and we all here gladly respond.
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Sat Jun 29, 2013
The Keene Group answered:
I show that that home sold back in January 2013, Did you have a specific question? There are several more homes in that area for sale.
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Wed Nov 5, 2008
Catherine Ulrey answered:
Small acreage is one of my specialties, so I feel I can fairly answer your question. I also own some myself! Are you looking at newer, updated homes, or fixers? The more work they need, the more sellers are negotiating to get them sold. On the flip side, you have fairly new construction on 1-2 acres that many builders built on spec 1-2 years ago. Several of these are appearing in MLS as foreclosures, shortsales or "motivated" sellers. So the short answer to your question, yes. ... more
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Sat Jul 5, 2008
Melina Tomson answered:
Think about it, a $500,000 listing with a 20% downpayment is $100,000 down. With interest rates climbing most people cannot afford your property. The average income for a Salemite is $52,000 per year. You have an agent and they can share the DOM with you for comparable homes, but I would be prepared for a good 9-12 month haul at that price.

If you are comfortable with your agent follow their advice.
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Tue May 20, 2008
Melina Tomson answered:
Somehow your question got posted in the Salem, Oregon section. You might want to repost it to Salem, Mass so agents there can help you.
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