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Market Conditions in Villa Rica : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 1, 2013
Tamma DuPree answered:
My neighborhood in Villa Rica has no HOA. Volunteer membership only. We have new homes 1.7 miles from I-20 starting at $128,900. 3 bedrooms and two baths.
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Wed Sep 11, 2013
Receda Gray answered:
Hi Michael,

I am a native of Georgia. I've lived here all of my life. I grew up in the Atlanta area but visited grandparents in Villa Rica almost every weekend. I now live in Villa Rica. The reason you find so many homes that are for sale here is because during the housing crisis over the past few years, many homes went into foreclosure status. Carroll County was one of the hardest hit counties in Georgia. Although you will find many homes for sale almost none are actually available. The homes in Carroll County become Under Contact within minutes of going on the market. Buyers have flooded this area because they can get so much more house for their money. This will not last much longer, so if you are interested in Buying in the Carroll County you will need to act quickly. Property values are now on the rise and the price advantage of the distressed market is now fading away since so many homes have Sold. I would love to help you locate a property in this county or any other county in the suburbs of Atlanta. Please contact me anytime at 770-845-1093. I work by appointment only.

Receda Gray - Realtor
Southern Homes and Land Realty
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Sun May 19, 2013
Chip Hurst answered:
HI Dodie, It is one of many vacant lots in our community here west of Atlanta. Here is the tax record information. ... more
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Tue Sep 14, 2010
Ken Cook answered:
Partnering with a lender who will provide special services can help speed the sales in many cases. Depending on location and price of your home 100% financing may even be available to qualified buyers.

Employer: AmericaHomeKey, Inc. 2300 Windy Ridge Parkway, Atlanta GA 30339. Georgia residential mortgage licensee #23191. FMLS ID 15076. Equal housing lender. Subject to errors, omissions and changes. Loans subject to approval.
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Mon Jun 21, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
This is an old question but the recent answer has brought it back to the top of the pile. The question really is timeless. A home that has been on the market for over a year without selling is clearly overpriced. It may be indicative of a seller that doesn't "get it" but I'd be willing to bet that this seller has learned the hard lesson of the negative effect of time on price in a declining market.

Jeanne Feenick
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Tue Sep 1, 2009
Team Lee Homes answered:

If selling yourself doesn't work out then please keep our contact information. We live and specialize in Villa Rica and are top producing agents with a proven track record.

There should be an extended selling season until October this year due to the first time tax credit expiring.


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Thu Jun 19, 2008
Donna McClure answered:
Hello again Kelly,
Here are the stats for Caroll county. The numbers can get more specific depending on school district, neighborhood etc. But this will give you an estimate. Feel free to email or call with any additional questions.
100K to 119 K- 51 days
120k to 139K - 145
140K to 159K - 207 days
160 to 189K - 128 days
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