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Sun Apr 21, 2013
Jennifer Peterson answered:
According to housing inventory stats, a balanced market is 6 months of inventory. Average inventory levels in the Portland Metro area are much lower, which puts the market as a seller's market. However, it is still a great time for buyers since prices are still very low and interest rates are also low at the same time!

Mandy Lewis
www.PDXRockstars.com
503-522-5803
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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Lydia Green answered:
The answer to your question would depend on many factors. Based on the description of the property, it has been recently updated. So, the market value of the house would be based on recent sales of similarly updated homes.

Are you working with a Realtor who has shown you this house? And, if so, is that person representing you or the homeowner? The listing agent cannot help you to determine fair market value because they have an obligation to the seller.

If you are not currently working with a Buyer's Broker, I would be happy to represent you on this or any other house you would like to see. I have been representing buyers since 2000 and have helped many families get happily moved into their new home. Please call me at 516-410-3000 if you are interested.
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Wed Jan 8, 2014
Jeff Gushman answered:
Hi Roger and Lisa,

I would be happy to set up a time to meet with you or speak about pricing trends and price per sq ft in Birmingham. I work prominently in that area and prices are on the rise.

Email me at Jeffgushman@gmail.com and we can get started.

Talk to you soon,

Here Gushman
RE/MAX
(313)980-1533
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Wed Sep 25, 2013
Terri Vellios answered:
Virginia, your best bet is probably going to be Craigslist or your own social network. Be careful on Craigslist. I think the $800 is going to be a challenge for a studio. It's possible to rent a bedroom with others for something around that price. ... more
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Mon Feb 29, 2016
Guy Azar answered:
Hello Signe,

Your house WILL appraise for $600,000 in today`s market and after all the upgrades you have done to it, I have a comparable that was sold not too far a way from your house for $585,000 and that was a 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms house with 1,700 square feet of living space and only 10,650 lot size and that house has no view.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions,
guy.realestate@gmail.com
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Sun Mar 31, 2013
Karen Fleming answered:
What a great question and so difficult to answer-- so dependent on price range and area- local and location are so important in answering your question-- almost impossible to give relevant info with out getting more specific.... ... more
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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Dana Lewis answered:
Wow, you could be talking about me. I was just in the exact same situation. Large home and taxes, third just left for college. We made the decision to downsize to a home that made more sense for the two of us that are mostly there and of course enough bedrooms for when the kids do return and visit. In the long run after the expense of college and everything else, you must do what is best for you now. The economy not being the same as years ago you must weigh your options and do what is best for you financially.
It turns out that my kids love my new home and find it "cozy" and more initiate. Its not small by any means by its not enormous either. The most important thing is not the actual house but the family inside, the kids will adjust and come see you wherever you are. Turns out now I'm close to the shore and its an added bonus!
Feel free to call me and discuss. I can share with you your options.
Dana Lewis
Orange Key Realty
732 863 6969

Freehold NJ
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Thu Jun 16, 2016
Roland Vinyard answered:
And if you hadn't done all this, no doubt the appraisal would have been lower still. Appraisers take into consideration market trends and actual selling prices of similar properties. But they do not consider what your investment is. Unfortunately, buyers don't consider this either. ... more
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
Forgive me...what there a question?
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Thu Mar 28, 2013
Ken Hoover answered:
Hi
This is a "bundled golf" community so everyone belongs to the golf club and pays for it. The annual fee is $5,678 per year and the quarterly condo fee is $730 per quarter.
Let me knwo if I can help you. ... more
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Mon Jul 15, 2013
Elena Talis answered:
It depends... If the general floor plan is acceptable then remodel. I don't think you want to be a buyer on this market anywhere in Bay Area.
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Elizabeth Morgan answered:
There is a link at the top of the Trulia web page "Local Info" that will provide a great deal of information. Click on the "Crime" link after you have entered the address or zip code in the search field on left top of web page. There is an interactive map & detailed reports. ... more
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Tue Apr 9, 2013
Alain Picard answered:
Probably your best option is to get in touch with a local real estate agent and have them search for you. They should even be able to set up an automatic e-mail to alert you to any new foreclosures that come on the market. ... more
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Depends on the location, the type of property, and whether it's priced properly.

Near where I am (Northern Virginia), the average days on market is well under 30. In some areas, it's under 15 days.

Check with a local Realtor for the statistics in your area. Your local MLS also can provide that information.
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Wally Kerr Your Home Sold GUARANTEED answered:
It can happen really fast this time of year....no reason for a home to sit more than 30 days if it is priced right. I just listed one at $545,000 that sold in just 19 days, and another at the $200,00 price point that showed 13 times in just 20 days. Aggressive marketing is key, that's our FORTE...! ... more
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Anthony Alleva answered:
This home at 1508 Arctic Avenue is not listed for sale? 1504 Arctic Ave sold back on 7/13/2012 for $325,000.00? Can you please let me know what you are looking at?

Best Regards;
Anthony Alleva, CSSA
Certified Short Sale Agent
REO REALTOR®
License #0225-205922
Allison James Estates & Homes
601 Dinwiddie Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704
Toll Free (800) 215-0211
Email: info@anthonyalleva.com
Website: www.AnthonyAlleva.com
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Annette Akey Panzek, Exit Realty Redefined answered:
Hopefully you are represented by an attorney and your own Realtor. Your attorney should be able to give you your legal options. By preforeclosure do you mean it is now a short sale or just that the seller is behind on payments? There is a big difference as a preforeclosure may still close like a regular sale as long as all liens can be paid off. A short sale involves more time and could take minimally 45 days for approval to 3-6 months or more. If the seller's lender thinks the sale price is too low it can reject the sale. If there is more than one lien holder that can delay things even longer since all will need to agree to taking less than what is owed to them. It's important you speak to you Realtor & attorney to find out all the facts and circumstances of the seller's position. ... more
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Fri May 17, 2013
Joe Van Fossen answered:
Hi Phuong,

Home prices have been steadily going up over the past several months and accelerating recently due to all of the competition on the market. The low interest rates are bringing more buyers to the market, while the low inventory is bringing prices up. Also, keep in mind that just because a home is listed for a certain price, it doesn't mean it will sell for that price. The home you asked this question from has been on the market for over 3 months. A well priced home in today's market will get multiple offers within a couple of weeks or days.

If you'd like to discuss the current market in OC and some possible options for you, please get in touch.

Best Regards,

Joe Van Fossen
Keller Williams Realty
joe.vanfossen@gmail.com
(714)584-7154
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
Gene Clements answered:
Assessed values typically lag the overall market in Lynn.
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Mon Jul 11, 2016
April Tavares answered:
Hi Jesse,

Great question. There are many factors to consider to answer it. The cost of staging varies based on the number of rooms you are staging, whether or not you are bringing in all the furniture and accessories or using a mix of both your own items along with items brought in by the stager. The size of your home is also another factor influencing the overall cost.

APRIL TAVARES, GRI, QSC
Realtor, DRE License #01742179
Montalvo Realty
408-309-5471 (direct)
408-867-7272 (office)
april@apriltavares.com

http://www.apriltavares.com
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