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Market Conditions in 60565 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Viveka Ross of Ross Tandon Team answered:
Hi Chris....

The taxes for this property are $4597.54. If you have any more questions or would like to schedule a showing please contact me at or 630-465-4357.

All The Best,
Viveka Ross
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Jon Roberts answered:
Seek out a local Realtor who can generate a Market Analysis and or Broker Price Opinion (known as a BPO). Google your neighborhood or ask around for referrals if you do not know one. Most agents will produce this service at no-cost with the opportunity to win the business to sell the property or even just the opportunity to create the relationship with you for future business. Also, get more than one if you like and if a higher or lower number would benefit you. Good luck! ... more
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Wed Nov 3, 2010
Laura Karambelas answered:
That depends on price range. If you take ALL the Active/Sold single family homes(only) for the past 6 months here is a quick market statistics report.....

There are currently 982 Active single Familly homes in Naperville with an average of 256 days on the market.

In the past 6 months there have been 704 single family homes that have sold with an average of 136 days on the market and a List to Sales price of 95% but only 86% List to Sales price from Original List price.

The statistics are different for # of bedrooms, price range, attached homes, etc..

I hope this helps!
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Michele Nixon answered:

Naperville has two school districts (203 and 204), both with excellent schools We're also fortunate enough to have two train stations on the north end of town which provides fast transportation into Chicago.

I'd be happy to assist you with your relocation. I'm a Certified Relocation Counselor and Residential Broker. I'd love to talk further about your home needs and wants for you and your family.

Give me a call at 630-674-9209. I'm happy to help!


Michele Nixon
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Wed Jul 8, 2009
Eric Hall answered:
The general answer would be about 10%-15% but you would have to take into account the nearby sales for a more accurate assessment. Every Comparative Market Analysis has different parameters by which you determine value. Total Inventory, Uniqueness, Age, Foreclosure Inventory, Quality, etc...

Often Real Estate websites can give you estimates but your best bet would be to contact a Licensed Realtor for more exact numbers and market conditions.

Good Luck.
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Mon Jan 26, 2009
Mike Long answered:
Give my MLS search a try. After a few clicks you'll have to register. Just put "Trulia" in the referral box and you'll be all set. It incorporates Google maps so you know exactly where you are. Good Luck! If you are looking to try to price your home I would strongly encourage a professional coming to take a look. You're original question was very generic and did recieve generic responses. To truly price you'll need sombody who knows what they are doing...pricing is crucial in this market. Website below will help you get started. ... more
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Mon Nov 3, 2008
Brandon Schuppe answered:
The MLS is showing that the property closed on September 10th, of this year for a sale's price of $412,000.
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Sat Sep 27, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
Im going with McCain....................................................
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Fri Jul 18, 2008
Daniel answered:
in todays market it can be as long as a year or two

better us an agent, and price it to sell
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
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Fri Jul 18, 2008
Ute Ferdig answered:
Hi Mark. It sounds like you think that the value of your property is in the land because of the trend of putting up larger homes in the neighborhood. I think I would consult with an agent in you location as someone knowledgeable in your specific market would be best suited to answer that question. How much are the larger homes selling for? I think you have to look at your competition. Why would someone buy your house instead of one of the larger homes. Maybe, yours is one of the few that is affordable in good neighbhorhood. Whether you should rent or sell will also depend on whether you need the proceeds from the sale to purchase something new and what the tax implications are of renting. As you can see there is a simple answer. Much depends on factors we don't know. I would consult with a real estate and a tax professional to help you determine what's the best solution for your particular situation. Best of luck to you. ... more
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