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Market Conditions in 27713 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 25, 2013
Earl McDonald answered:
Are you asking why the taxes are so high in downtown Atlanta and lower outside the perimeter?
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Michael Colvin answered:
Hello Michael
As Realtors we are not allow to judge a neighborhood as good or bad, but I can tell in order of priority, usually the following effect a homes sale.
Location Location Location

If I can be of any addition help please let me know.
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Sun Apr 8, 2012
Deborah Miller answered:
Lissa - This home sold 8/29/2011 as a foreclosure sale, meaning the mortgage holder sold the home. When was it you were subletting it? Hope this is helpful if I can help further give me a shout.

Deborah Rigsbee Miller, Real Estate Broker, SFR
Coldwell Banker HPW - Southpoint Durham Serving the Triangle and More
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Mon Aug 11, 2014
Dave Griswold/ Lisa Payne-Griswold answered:
Hi Toni, When the Buyer is looking for a larger home Yes they always seem to prefer 3 car garage. Buyers looking for smaller space usually 1 car sometimes ask for 2.

Hope that helps

All the Best

Dave & Lisa
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Fri Aug 13, 2010
Barrett Powell answered:
I think you answered the question yourself. Without looking into the details which I or other agents are willing to do, we can't really be sure. If I were representing you the first thing I would do is pull sales records for units that have sold. Then I would look at what is selling in the area today and what the current units are being sold for and see if they are in line.

The other thing to consider is that at some time in the future you will more than likely be a seller in that development. Are the same conditions that are making sales difficult today still going to exist? That is a very important question for any buyer.
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
Shirley Stewart answered:
I am a real estate agent in Virginia, my cousin is an agent in Durham. She will be glad to help you with a free market analysis of your property determining the value. Her name is Joyce Bliss with Century 21, 919-620-8615. You can let her know Shirley Stewart recommended her expertise. Have a great day! ... more
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Wed Mar 23, 2011
Julia Carter answered:
yes. The median income for this region is $40k per year for someone with a degree. The average selling price for a home continues to exceed the rate of income per household.
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Wed Jul 16, 2008
Coco Pazzo asked:
With the boom in condos downtown and rapid development of new subdivisions, gated communities, etc., which seems more likely to experience reasonable (not outrageous) appreciation if he...
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Fri Mar 14, 2008
Glenda Marks answered:
I am familiar with those areas as I formerly lived near them.

I am of the opinion that location and convenience is more important. Plus it sounds like you really like the houses sizes and the yard sizes.

No agent can predict what is going to happen in 5 years. Make your offer to match your comfort level, but it sounds like you have already made up your mind.
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Mon Nov 5, 2007
Penny Parker answered:
I have a lender that you could talk to that might be able to help you. She is with a major bank and can do loans that others can not. She works in your area.

Just send me an email or give me a call. ... more
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Fri May 9, 2008
Michael Pansini CRS answered:
Hi I am a North Carolina realtor working in the area between Charlotte and Statesville. If you are looking in this area, let me know your criteria and I will be glad to help you locate property.You can search the local MLS on my website ... more
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Sun Jul 29, 2007
Michael Colvin answered:
Hello, If you look at condo sales there in 2004 and then whats active now there has been a slight appreciation from the high 90,000 to 104,000 or so, depending on the size and condition of the individual unit obviously. Not a tremendous opportunity however,if you were able to buy, live there and sell in five years with a small or even no profit, you would have realized some gain by not paying rent.
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