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Market Conditions in 35806 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Jeff York answered:
Miss Mixon,

Unfortunately I have no control over those listings. But, I work with Norfolk Homes, and we are currently building in the same community.

I would love to show you what we can build for you in that price range.

Please call, text or email me at your convenience and I'll show you all of your options.

Thanks,
Jeff York - Associate Broker
Rise Real Estate
www.JeffYorkTeam.com
(256) 520-5191
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
John Juarez answered:
No, I do not. The credit moved future buyers up to become buyers earlier. I doubt if the credit added many buyers who would not have bought anyway. They bought in time to get the credit and we are seeing an expected slowdown now. Some of the demand that would have existed has already been satisfied.

In addition, the national debt is big enough without adding more.
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Wed May 12, 2010
Diana Welch answered:
As a Real Estate consultant, I would strongly advise you to address your options with a trusted mortgage lender. Questions like: Can I sell my existing home and break even, make a net to use on a downpayment on your future home in Huntsville, or will you have to bring money to the closing table? Am I eligible for a bridge loan? It is also important in this mix to get the advice from a trusted Real Estate Agent about the marketable value of your home along with the days on market to sell, to help you plan a strategy. If you move is imperative for a job, then you may have to rent temporarily in Huntsville unitl your home sells. If you are "in the red" on your equity, you may need to lease your home and wait to purchase a home in Huntsville when you are "in the black" for a sale. This situation can be solved in some way, so contact the right advisors and it will take the stress off you as you plan the move. Best of luck! ... more
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Tue Sep 25, 2007
Robert Simons answered:
Days on Market are slightly higher, volume is about flat against last year. Some areas have experienced an increase and, while we have seen 2 years of strong price growth (8-10% each year) we're not in a down market as the majority of the country is. We're calling it a "Buyer Pause" market--and expect it to resume over the next 12 months as acceleration of our incoming jobs from the recent BRAC come through. ... more
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