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Market Conditions in Windsor : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Sep 7, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Esquibc,
An average time is interesting but not always helpful. If you are on the market and not getting attention or offers, review the plan and pricing and make some changes. Sometimes the pictures aren't compelling or clear. Sometimes the descriptions are boring or nearly non-existent. Spice things up, use emotional descriptive terms that cause a buyer to want to see the home.
If you've had 10 to 15 showings and no offers, it could be price. Review the active, pending and recently sold comparable homes and reconsider this strategy. Best of luck.
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Mike Stone answered:
Rina,

The market conditions in Windsor are still going strong. There is a limited inventory which is fairly typical for the winter market, although it is currently more limited than usual.

We expect a lot more inventory to come on the market soon (April/May/June) but that is usually when there are more buyers competing for that inventory also. If it were me, I would buy sooner rather than later with the prospect of rising interest rates and increased demand on the horizon.

In my opinion, Windsor, California is a desirable community with it's own small town city government, good local school district and a sense of community. It has recently been rated as the safest city in Sonoma County more than once. The Town of Windsor puts on a plethora of activities all year round and for all ages, which makes this a very family friendly place to live.

Almost any type of services you might need are either right here in Windsor or 10-15 minutes down Hwy. 101 in Santa Rosa. And of course San Francisco or Oakland are approximately one hour via freeway (generally speaking and not during commuting hours, of course).

If you have any more questions, just give me a call or send me an e mail:

Mike Stone
707-836-3445
Mike4realestate@yahoo.com

Visit my website at: http://www.sonomacountyhomepro.com
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Mike Stone answered:
Hi Rina, 208 Patty Ann Court Windsor, CA is in escrow already. It looks like it's priced about right being in the Elsbree Estates area of Windsor (a desirable area) and at 2800 square feet, in good condition and far enough away from Arata to avoid the traffic noise. The link above goes to a Townhome located at 1031 McClelland Drive in Windsor, CA. In case you were referring to that property In my opinion it is priced a little too high. If you would like me to send you comparable sales for either property, just give me a call or e mail me. I'm a resident of Windsor and know the area well. If you would like to see listings that only include active/available properties in the search results, give me a call anytime or send me an e mail with your search criteria. You can also search for homes on my website, which only has active/available properties in the search results: http://www.sonomacountyhomepro.com Mike Stone 707-836-3445 mike4realestate@yahoo.com ... more
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
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Wed Jun 11, 2008
Megan Manly answered:
Michelle: Are you in Fort Collins, Colorado? I'm confused by the question. You're asking for information on relocating to Colorado, but you are an agent there? If you are a consumer in California, I'm certain you can find tons of free info on relocating to Colorado. Jake Marsh in Denver has one of the best info sources I've seen on the web for Colorao. Check him out! Best of luck with your relocation, career, relocation guide, or whatever you may want to accomplish. ... more
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