Sunday, October 30, 2005

Housing Signs In Frederick, Maryland


Bubbly!


Does it say "New Price"?

6 comments:

  1. New price? if real estate never goes down, then why should there be a price that is lower?
    I want to see how the inventory increases into the late autumn and early winter. Then suddenly next spring when all these cheerleaders have their pom poms out- and stuff is just sitting there. Lest see what propaganda they fabricate then.

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  2. We visited parents/grandparents in Winchester, VA today. We counted 17 "for sale" signs in their neighborhood in just the limited scope that we had driving through the neighborhood and not down all the cul-de-sacs. Another place with a lot of "for sale" signs is the Faircrest neighborhood in Centreville.

    I would enjoy going to more open houses but I have three kids under 5.

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  3. margaret,

    thanks for the local report. I should go check those areas out.

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  4. Frederick is so far away from DC... I hope the people living out there are working in Montgomery County, for their sake.

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  5. Frederick is so far away from DC... I hope the people living out there are working in Montgomery County, for their sake.

    It's mighty close to the I-270 technology corridor, though.

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  6. "mighty close" it's on the i-270 corridor. Also, in 2004 my wife & i purchased a 1700sq.f single family home in frederick for $265,000 putting a down pymt of $55,000.That house at one point priced at $440,000. At this moment it's at about $380,000. i do however commute 1hr.10 minutes to montgomery county (25 miles away). And the quality of life is about as good s it gets around these parts.

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