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Curb Appeal in Indiana : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 13, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you are looking for a copy of your survey, your local public records department should have a copy--if not consider paying and have a new survey done with markings.
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Fri Sep 28, 2007
Joan Timmerman answered:
Pulling from the MLS for sold lots start with the
low at $45,000
High $ 410,000
Median $ 155,000
Average $ 173,000

There were 9 lots sold so far this year under $100,000. Most of these lots are in shallow coves, etc.
We have several lake home developmients with restrictions and these lots bring higher prices, due to amenities that are offered, golf, pool, tennis , etc.
You can still buy some houses on Lake Greenwood in non restricted areas for reasonable prices.
Let me know if i can assist you .

Thanks Joan
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Mon Dec 15, 2014
Sean Dougherty answered:
What I would do first is ask your agent to contact the agents of all of the potential buyers and ask them specifically what turned off the buyers from the home. Your agent should be doing this anyway so you can get the best idea of what may need to be changed, replaced, or removed. If your agent won't make these calls, you should consider a new agent. The best reflection of what buyers want is their open and honest feedback.

Other than that, it really depends on the cabinets that are there now. If they've been painted over, maybe you should consider sanding them down and refinishing them yourselves, as it would save you a bunch of money. If not, and they're just old or unsalvageable, maybe you should consider replacing them.

Best of luck to you!

Sean Dougherty
RE/MAX Alliance
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