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Market Conditions in 30041 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Laquita Baez answered:
Id be more than happy to help! Feel free to contact me directly for a thorough market analysis for this home or any other market info you may need.

Laquita Baez
Licensed Realtor Selling in GA and NJ
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metrobrokers Atlanta
770.901.0956
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Fri Nov 16, 2012
Hank Miller answered:
Are you looking for over 55 communities in the Cumming area? You can drop me an email, we can have a look

Hank
hank@hmtatlanta.com
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Sun Jun 3, 2012
Fred Yancy answered:
You will need to order an appraisal from a certified appraiser. The lender can order an appraisal for you, usually at a cost of about $400.
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Mary Anne Payne answered:
You have to take into account how long you have been there, what you paid for it and when you bought it. A good appraisal will get you an idea of what is happening in your area. Generally, we are seeing percentage decreases any where from 5-15% depending on many factors- the number one being how many like homes in your areas have been foreclosed on or have been sold in distressed (short sale) status because those are real comps now. A good appraisal will let you know where you are. ... more
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Thu Feb 4, 2010
davidwbrower answered:
Lee,

We have a couple of appraisers that will probably answer your question here soon enough. They'll have some more insight into this question. However, in almost all market areas, nothing is appraising today at 2007 pricing. I hope your case is different, but I would brace for the reality that in the past 18-24 months we have lost 18-24% in value for most homes. Tough times for refinancing. If you have some cash you can always add to it to get your LTV to 80%. Good luck. ... more
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