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Sun Apr 18, 2010
Lara McHenry answered:

I would suggest contacting a Realtor or an Appraiser. Depending on if you are looking for market value versus tax value etc. will play a large part in determining the information you are seeking. I could suggest a Realtor in your area that works in your area if you need a contact person. When trying to find an estimated value of your home for years past I think you will have to rely on a professional rather than trying to do it yourself as you will not be able to access the past information as readily as an appraiser or a Realtor. ... more
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Fri May 23, 2008
James Hsu answered:
I don't have the prices off hand for those places under construction, but consider this. I've included a link to the article, but Microsoft ...the company that I feel fueled/fuels much of the real estate boom on the eastside is leasing over a million square feet of office space in downtown Bellevue and employing or shifting 4000 jobs into the area. Don't think other companies won't follow suit. If there is still a glut of homes/condos available in downtown, then they won't be able to command as pretty of a penny, but the liklihood is, housing demand will still be strong in the area because of MS. ... more
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Wed Apr 6, 2011
Douglas Trudeau answered:
The east side of Tucson is a very good area. It naturally depends on what you needs are. Single familiy homes provide a better opportunity for resale when that time comes. Multi-family properties will attreact other investors, but, not buyers looking to own a home. ... more
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