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Market Conditions in 91360 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Dec 18, 2012
Jackie O. Dollarhyde answered:
This is good price for this remodeled home. It is located in a great neighborhood, close to great schools and shopping.

While it is not a screaming deal by any means, I believe that due to low inventory, the condition of the home and location, that $480k would be a good market value.

Let me know if I can help further!
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Sun Apr 8, 2012
Connie Rinaldi answered:
This is an Eichler home with unique design and construction. The same model with new kitchen and baths and a solar system sold for $725,000 in Jan. 2012. Call me if you are interested in this property. 805-368-8626 ... more
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Thu Jun 2, 2011
Zak Lovenson answered:
Disclaimer: I am not an appraiser. Having said that.. Appraised value is different from a "Selling" value. It is also tough to give you a solid valuation without physically seeing the property but here's a ROUGH estimate..

Title Comps (Sold Listings) -- Average ($185k-$235k)
MLS Comps (Sold Listings) -- Same Comps are showing

Depending on the condition of your property and your objective (Refi or Sale), I'd say you are in the low $200,000 range. If you want further information, contact me for a free consultation.
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Mon Aug 2, 2010
Alan May answered:
if you're prepared to make "zero dollars" for the first year, and work your royal heinie off... then, sure, why not?
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Wed Mar 11, 2009
Sandy Shores answered:
HI Sabine,

Well , you certainly asked what I think is one of the biggest questions in real estate today.

I googled "buy now or wait" real estate and found oodles of pages of websites and articles written on that very topic. I have attached a link for you from foreclosure magazine, that you may find interesting

Although we have seen market corrections throughout the US, real estate is local in nature. Thus, I think it depends on how the market is performing in the area you are in. Contact a local REALTOR, as I am certain they can shed some light on the subject for you.

Happy reading!
Sandy Shores
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