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Market Conditions in 32207 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Apr 5, 2013
Nawl Ceu answered:
how a bout 2503 Randy Road, 32216 any under contract?
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Charles Chorman answered:
Hi Bruce,

Unfortunately the home has an offer on it and is no longer available. Anything else of interest? Homes like this one only stay on the market a few days making time of the essence. Let me know how I can help. I also invite you to use my web site for your home search.

Charlie Chorman - REALTOR
Accredit Buyer Representative (ABR)
Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty
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Fri Feb 15, 2013
John DiPietro answered:
No it is not. If you are looking to buy I would be glad to help.

John DiPietro
Prudential Network Realty
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
If the house is a "pit", 40 years old and needing updating; NO! that may not be adequate.
If it has been updated, well cared-for, great curb appeal, and meets YOUR needs; then it might be a bargain.

This is why we look at a lot of details besides $$/sqft.

Have your Realtor do a CMA.
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Tue Feb 12, 2013
Brian Gabree answered:
Good Morning! The neighborhood that this property is located in is an older well established West Side neighborhood. I would say it is a nice neighborhood for this type of home. There is a private air strip just a few minutes away and several miles down the road is the new Jacksonville Acquatics Center and Equestrian Arena. If you need any additional information, please feel free to contact me at (904) 234-4755. ... more
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Sat Feb 2, 2013
Henry Pruitt PA answered:
To answer your question, yes. But this property has an offer on it now, is there any other properties that you like in this area?

Henry Pruitt
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Tue Jan 29, 2013
Archie & Robin Knight Team answered:
The inventory is so low on good conditioned and priced right homes that they just do not last. This could be one reason why the market looks as if it is recoverying different compared to other areas. ... more
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Wed Oct 24, 2012
Orin Smith answered:
Hi June,
That home is located in the south side of Jacksonville in the St. Nicholas area and was sold in December of 2011 however there are several other homes available in that area, if you are interested in that or any other areas in Jacksonville and would like some help feel free to contact me through one of the following means.

Orin Smith
Broker Associate
All Real Estate Pro
6672 Banbury Road
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Phone office: 904-743-3050
Cell: 904-728-3729
Fax: 904-517-8116
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Thu Oct 11, 2012
Rob Burns- Your Realtor answered:
This is public record data, to have information like this changed contact your local property assessors office to update the county records. Or you may be able to contact Trulia directly to have your property removed. ... more
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Rich Homer answered:
Best to look for a local Real Estate Broker under "Find a Pro in the header of this website.
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Wed Sep 12, 2012
Rosina Eisenmann 904-482-8666 answered:
Hi, it is difficult to say because the question is too vague. If you are truly interested in qualifying the value of this home, we can set an appointment to determine costs and repairs.
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Lance Sheridan answered:
Yes there are HOA fees the run around 1200 a year. I have include some listing in the area fell free to call me.
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
John Knight answered:
Hi Tina,

Nice older Condo Complex.......the Condo fees are $275 a month, fairly reasonable for our area. The taxes will be based on the sales price you pay, about $600 a year at a $95K sales price.

Here is the link to the listing Copy and paste into your browser if this does not hyperlink.

I would love to help you find a home here in Jax or our surrounding areas.

Feel free to visit my site at or call me anytime at 904-234-7724
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Fri Sep 28, 2012
Brenda Waters answered:
8521 Bandera Cir is an REO listed for $54,900. Other properties currently on the market in Chimney Lakes range from $79,900 to $145,000. I'd be glad to email you information on the properties if you'd like, just contact me
if I can help you.
Brenda Waters, Realtor
(904) 707-7077
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Tom Burau answered:
#203 is for rent for $925 a month. Would you like to schedule a look?
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Sun Apr 15, 2012
Tim Fennell answered:
How can anyone know for certain? Prices have been relatively flat for the past year with a recent trend upward in a number of communities. Remember that all real estate is local - very local.

What effect the anticipated release of foreclosed properties by banks will have on prices is an unknown factor as well. Where these properties will be released and how many will, undoubtedly, have different affects on different communities.

Also, even if prices drop a little, if interest rates rise (as predicted by some) that increase could more than offset any reduction in price.

Personally, I've bought and sold real estate in all different markets because I "wanted to" not because some "expert" said that I should. I happen to prefer owning over renting... that is a personal choice and one that only you can make for yourself.

If you would like someone to bounce your thoughts off of, give me a call or shoot me an email. I'm happy to have a discussion with you.

Have a wonderful day!

Tim Fennell
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Mon Jan 24, 2011
Ray And Karen Levy answered:

This is the question on everybody's mind.

I truly beleive the market is driven by job creation. Right now unenployment is high and that needs to be fixxed for prices to stabilize.

Also, I would look for 3 to 6 months of stable or declining inventory with stable price points to determine if we are near or at the bottom.


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Tue Dec 8, 2009
Christian Withington answered:
I think most of it is investment mutual funds controlled by brokerage firms. There's still a lot of 401K types of investment vehicles that people cant cash out of without some severe penalties plus the buy low sell high crowd. Plus there will always be the commodities trade. It's a much quicker profit than real estate and the gains in real estate have historically been gradual (not counting the past few years of craziness of course). I have to agree that now is the time to buy and 2 years ago was the time to sell. There has been a modest gain in r/e values in the past month but again fueled buy the cash for shanties program and it seems that has slowed as well. All the quick turnaround investors have left and real estate is back to what it was before the madness. I would say the best would be buying distressed properties in owner occupied areas and making repairs for re-sale or rentals. Only problem with this is the capital gains tax and I guess we have a tax increase in store as if it werent bad enough already. Also I have noticed that these no money down/get rich in real estate students continue to buy these distressed properties well above reasonable value without regard to true restoration costs or holding and sales costs. The banks are no longer giving away money and everyone that has money is sitting on it. It seems that no one is buying raw land and I think that would be a good long term investment if you can get it at the right price and afford to pay taxes until things get moving in new construction. The bottom line is that there is only a very slight chance that real estate will ever be back to what it was 2 or 3 years ago. That was a fluke and only time in 50 years of being in the business have I ever seen it shoot up like that or drop like that for that matter in Jacksonville. ... more
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Fri Oct 9, 2009
Blaine Rabe answered:

Low end are moving right along. Maybe 2 to 3 months, less if priced right. Low end, I mean under 130K.

High end, over 300k are slow. Give it 6 to a year.

Luxury, over 800K are running far longer. They just are not selling unless there is something quite unique that brings the buyers.

Blaine Rabe
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Fri Sep 25, 2009
Charles Chorman answered:
Good Afternoon,

According to the MLS, zip code 32221 has average days on the market of 102 days and the selling price is 95.2% of the asking price. I would recommend engaging an agent to ensure that in today's market you get an accurate valuation of your property. Please contact me if you have any questions. I can be reached at 571-1357 or email at

Kind regards
Charlie Chorman
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