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Market Conditions in Southaven : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Oct 25, 2015
Ross Casey asked:
Thu May 29, 2014
Bryan Ratcliff answered:
The median sales price in Southaven MS has risen over the last 12 months while the median list price has remained about the same.
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Miriam Stafford answered:
Southaven is a great community with a very strong police presence. You can contact the Southaven Police Department at (662) 393-5283 or to get more information on crime in the area. Also, is a good resource for crime in various cities. ... more
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Fri Jan 10, 2014
Jay McMiller answered:
Hello Wanda,
Are you needing information regarding the market in Southaven? I would love to help you with that, if that's your question. Feel free to call me at 901-413-9905 to discuss.

Jay McMiller
RE/MAX-Legacy Realty
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Fri Jan 3, 2014
Nikki Rowland answered:
The elementary school in this area is Greenbrook Elementary. If you have any further questions give me a call 337-302-2256.
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Tue Feb 28, 2012
Dana Owens Smith answered:
I cannot say this is an exact answer because it is not ... But I would guess at a good 15% or so? I'm basing it off of the typical home you could have gotten into for approx. $175k range, you can now get into it for probably an approx. $150k as a whole. An appraiser might have better specifics on those stats. ... more
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Fri Jan 8, 2010
I am sure that there is someone out there who has theorized that the market will pick up because the first time homebuyer income limit has gone up to $225,000 for a couple. it would make sense that if the homebuyer credit stimulated the market in the lower price ranges, that by giving people with higher income the credit, it could stimulate a higher priced market because these people naturally qualify for more expensive homes. You are saying that the homes will be larger, not they necessarily will sell for any more than they previously had. ... more
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Mon Oct 26, 2009
Pam Simpson answered:
Peggy - you could hire an appraiser to do an appriasal. They have access to sold comps. As far as excluding foreclosures, that depends. If foreclosure sales dominate the market in your neighborhood, it will be a factor in the market value of your home. ... more
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Mon Oct 26, 2009
Peggy Durban asked:
We are selling our house for sale by owner and are having trouble accessing market information and comps because it is not public information in our area (38672). Is there a reliable service…
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Thu Jul 30, 2009
Joan Ferguson answered:
The eastern part of Desoto County gets their electricity from a local cooperative that is served by TVA
The rest of Desoto County gets electricity from Entergy which is a publicly traded company. ... more
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Tue Jul 28, 2009
Pam Simpson answered:
As Carrie mentioned, TN doesn't have an income tax (yet), but the property taxes in MS are generally lower as is the sales tax. Also, MS has a homestead exemption on property taxes that reduce them further. There are also special exemptions for those over 65 or disabled. ... more
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Wed Aug 6, 2008
Carrie Crowell answered:
The Lewis team is right. Your credit score will play a big factor in this. Rates will be another big factor. If your credit score is currently good, I would be keeping an eye on interest rates so you can refinance when they are low! If your credit is not a pretty as you would like it to be, invest a little time in repairing your credit before you decide to refinance. Good Luck! ... more
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