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Curb Appeal in Fairfield County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Dec 11, 2008
PH answered:
Is your home currently for sale? If it isn't then the curb appeal (or lack thereof) is only temporary and look how it will impact your home in the future! A brand new house, that's not a bad sign. It says people still have interest in and appreciation for your neighborhood. If it is for sale, pretty much the same thing. You can't be sure when it will be finished but brand new will help sell your neighborhood. It's growing, it's fresh, maybe even trendy? I'd show it off as progress. Unless you know for certain the house is never getting finished, the time it takes them to put up the house is irrelevent to your property value. While I am from back east, I no longer live there. I do have enormous resources in your area though. Would you like me to find a fellow realtor to do a competative market analysis of your home to see what yours would sell for? Would you like to see what the trend is in prices in your neighborhood. Feel free to drop me an email, I can help you. ... more
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