Rex, GA Real Estate News

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By Elva Branson-Lee, CDPE - Atlanta Real Estate & Short Sale Agent
(Solid Source Realty GA)
Waggoner Place Subdivision, Rex, Georgia, 30273 – Clayton County Real Estate Market Report A six-month market survey of real estate activity in the Waggoner Place subdivision in Rex, Georgia 30273 reveals a still volatile sales environment, with sales being driven by bank-owned and short sale properties. In general, homes sales have been slightly up as excess inventory begins to be purchased, and prices have been down, as in many subdivisions in the south metro Atlanta real estate market. Over the past six months, Georgia MLS data shows that this subdivision has experienced a brisk market with  17 home sales. There are currently 7 homes for sale in Waggoner Place subdivision, with another 6 homes already under contract. The average asking price is roughly $59,700  with a high price of $...
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By Steve Roesch, PDX Home Group - A dynamic team who works for you
(PDX Home Group, LLC)
How is this still possible, with banks so afraid to lend money today?Sometimes you can find a New Home Development where the builder ran out of time before the market closed in on him. And then the bank swoops in and takes over the development.  But the bank has to finish the development before it can sell anything.  Usually, the houses are not quite finished.  Maybe they need carpet and sinks.  Or sometimes just landscaping and a doors.  But nevertheless, whatever needs to be finalized, the bank, now owner, will finish and sell on the open market.Most banks want to clear their books.  Take the write down and move on.  But some banks will think a development is worth holding on to.  Perhaps, today, it is worth less than they lent on it.  But in the near future, they predict, the values ...
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