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why do some areas / neighborhoods have two prices/listings for houses?

  • July 26 2009 - Roseville
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Profile picture for Judy Bibbings

Often neighborhoods have been developed by the same builder which
would make the homes of similar quality. Typically, the amenities
would be very close because homes of a generation have the most desirable items (granite would be an example of homes built today)
(in the seventies a two car attached garage was a big deal) things like that.
Because the homes would be similar that way, the difference would be
the condition such as updates... roof, kitchen, carpeting etc. Even though
they may look similar, they can be very different, therefore priced
differently.
  • September 23 2009
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