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Market Conditions in Warner Robins : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Mike Hopkins answered:
Hi, i will be glad to help you with neighborhood information around the Houston Med Center. I have lived in Warner Robins since 1991 and own a home here. I also am a Realtor with Fickling & Co which has been established in Macon and Warner Robins for many more years. Contact me anytime you are available mhopkins@fickling.com ... more
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Fri Nov 23, 2012
Anita Clark answered:
For the latest Warner Robins real estate information to include community and subdivision market analysis, monthly sales and foreclosure information, and buyer/seller tips, check out the Warner Robins real estate blog (referenced below). ... more
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Thu Jan 13, 2011
Stephanie Franks answered:
When considering a rental property for an investment, there are several things to consider in your analysis of potential profit. First of course is the rental income that you generate from the property. You want to make sure you are buying a property with a positive net cash flow. This means the amount of profit you make after expenses. There is no rule that says how much you can make from any specific property.
Generally, the more bedrooms or units that are in the property, the more revenue you can collect. A five bedroom house should be able to collect more rent than a four bedroom house that is about the same size. Another item to consider is the condition of the property. The better the condition, the more revenue or rent you can collect based on current rental rates and typically you will spend less money on upkeep. Cheaper is not always better... If you need a good property manager to help you locate a home and find you a good tenant , give us a call.
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Wed Jan 14, 2009
John Cobb answered:
I like Terri's answer. It definitely could be an investment home somone was flipping, They bought low, did some fixing up, and relisted at a higher price......There are definitely some reasons why a home's price can be increased. ... more
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