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why is my house value decreasing at a faster rate than our neighbors?

our home continues on the downslide as others rise slightly...please explain how, in the same town/area this can be correct. 
  • September 10 2010 - North Attleborough
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Be sure you claim the home and keep the home facts updated
  • September 13 2010
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Unless your home is exactly like your neighbors home, there is no way the value would rise or fall at exactly the same rate as surrounding homes. Even if homes are exaclty the same, the land they occupy could be different. The short answer is homes are diverse and different factors play into the value. i.e. condition, size, amenities, land (yard), etc.

  • September 10 2010
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