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Market Conditions in Stanislaus County : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Patty Sykes answered:
Hi Beth,
It looks like this house is due to go to Auction, if it hasn't already. If you currently looking for a home give me a call and I will let you know what is available. Patty Sykes - Realtor Coldwell Banker Vinson Chase, Modesto 230-4501. ... more
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Thu Apr 18, 2013
Alvena Maryam Safar answered:
Hi Sue

Actually the same exact home floorplan in that neighborhood sells for around this price. If you click the link below you will see the last 3 recent sales- $150,000, $150,000 and $159,900. It is an approved offer price from the bank.

let me know if you'd like to see the home. Thanks :)

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Alvena Maryam Safar | Broker | CalPrime Realty
Office (209) 622-0769 | Mobile (209) 612-8109| eFax (866) 458-0798|
3507 Tully Rd. Unit # 60 Modesto, CA 95356 | DRE# 01509140 |
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Sat Jul 21, 2012
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Fri May 10, 2013
Rocky G.H. Hawrysz answered:
Visit and on the left hand menu bar, scroll down and click on Modesto Real Estate Activity.

I hope this helps,


Rocky G.H. Hawrysz
Prudential California Realty
(209) 444-6610 - Office
(209) 915-6209 - Mobile
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Karen Gustafson answered:
You should be able to get around $800/month rent on a three bedroom two bath home. The home will need to be in good order with up to date amenities like dishwasher, garbage disposal, etc. ... more
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Thu Jun 16, 2011
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
If you are working with a rental agent or property manager who is representing you as a potential tenant, ask them for
1) any personal experience with the owner (e.g. been a longtime leasing agent for them, etc.)
2) can they search the County records for any notices of default against this property or any of the owner(s)' properties.
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Thu Oct 21, 2010
Rudi Hofmann answered:
Commercial property is usually too expensive to appraise prior to a buyer request, Also, buyers will also require the seller to furnish a Phase One.

The only sources that may have stats regarding your question that I can think of is &

Good luck, Rudi
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Fri Jun 25, 2010
adam Dalton answered:
Hey Chris,

There are not very many homes listed as Knights Ferry homes right now. Most listings and solds are in the East Oakdale area, which are mostly the country roads leading into Knights Ferry from rural Oakdale on and around Orange Blossom Rd. Prices range from $65,000 to $1,450,000 depending on what you are looking to buy/sell.

The link to the current active (including short sale contingent), pendings, and recent solds is below. As far as putting a home on the market, it will all depend on your current situation and what you would like to make on the sale. Prices are stable but down from several years ago.

If you'd like to talk more my email and number are below. If you have something to sell, we can talk about a ball-park figure of what if could be worth at this time.

Let me know if you have any more questions.


Adam C Dalton, Realtor
DRE Lic# 01490808
Century 21 M&M and Associates
1351 Geer Rd # 103
Turlock, CA 95380
(209)480-6079 (direct)
(209)667-6111 (office)
(209)840-5440 (e-fax)
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Fri Mar 26, 2010
Daniel Del Real answered:
Angie, Whats the square footage of the property. That area is selling for about $95-110 a sq ft depending on condition of the property. Let me know the size and location and I'll have a better idea of value. Are you purchasing from an investor?

Daniel Del Real, CRS
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Tue Oct 27, 2009
Rocky G.H. Hawrysz answered:
Hi Jonosl,

This may be of some help to you:

Also, you may want to check with several Propoerty Management companies in Modesto. These can be found in the Yellow Pages or the On-Line Super Pages. One that comes to mind is Wolverine Property Mangement Company .

The Modesto Bee is also another good resource to see your competition.

I hope this helps and let us know if you have any other questions.

Best regards,

"Rocky" G.H. Hawrysz, Realtor®, Broker Associate, e-PRO®, ABR®, SRES®
Prudential California Realty
(209) 444-6610 - Direct Office Line
Web Site:
Lic.: 01468373
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Tyler Flaherty answered:
Honestly Roselia there isn't a clear answer for question. I take it that this is a home that you have seen that you know is vacant or foreclosed on. Honestly this is a long process that can take weeks even months to be on the market. Us agents CAN help you find something similar or even set you up for an automatic update via email when this home hits the market.
I apologize for not having the exact answer you are looking for.
Best wishes,
Tyler Flaherty
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Tue May 21, 2013
Rick McGrath answered:
While I am answering this several years later, now 2013, I would have said as I am saying now, the price of condos won't be going up all that much. With association fees and low interest rates, demand fall mostly to single family residences versus condos. There is a market but I wouldn't look to see the values really become strong until after 2020. ... more
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Wed Mar 25, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:

Our recommendation is to consult an established appraisal company that has serviced your target location at least 10 years. They may have access to the information you need or know where to refer you. to find it.

Good luck
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Fri Dec 5, 2008
Voices Member answered:
You can try looking around here..Lots of old statictics ect.. from 2001 back to 70's on home sales, rates, prices ect., it may help.

Best of luck
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Wed Sep 3, 2008
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Thu Jun 5, 2008
Eric Bryant answered:
Modesto, Turlock, then Merced (weak rental market). I disagree with the droping price theory. We have had record months on sales the last 3 months (not recent records, all time records). We are seeing investors return in big numbers. Multiple offers where the property is sold for 20% or more ABOVE asking. The Time is now. I am working with a Buyer right now for Salida, Ripon, Manteca (3 cities just north of Modesto) on 10 properties for investment purposes. I don't think you should wait. Best of Luck! The Coach ... more
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Fri May 2, 2008
Garrett Smith answered:
Auction prices are not going to pop up on sold data until the buyer has fully paid the bank, and the county recorder's office has recorded the deed. It will update Trulia prices, but that being said, auction homes are not the greatest of comps either. Agents are going to be your best determination of value, email me your house and I will give you 9 comps in the last 3 months of actives solds and pendings, that should help you determine the value of the home best.

Hope this helps,
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Fri May 9, 2008
Travis Heilman answered:
Riverbank will recover about as quickly as the rest of the local market (north/east Modesto). There is plenty of supply and demand has increased in the last couple of months. We will continue to see more foreclosures in the coming months because of the sheer number of loans that are scheduled to reset soon. If you're selling, you should have a pressing need to do so...If you're buying, it's really a great time because of the selection of homes that are available and the affordability of interest rates.

I'm here to help should you need the assistance of a Real Estate Professional
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Tue Jul 20, 2010
Jared answered:
Honestly though, if the market there is as flooded with empty and forclosed homes as it is here, the market can definitly go down more.
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Wed Sep 21, 2011
Christina Oneal answered:
Hi Michelle, Have you checked out the different neighborhoods to see where you want to be for 4 to 5 years? If you want to buy a home you should check out the trends in the market specifically where you are looking at. I can email you a two year history report that shows you some interesting things about supply & demand in the area. ... more
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