Tallahassee Neighborhood report for 2007

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin, Inc.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Tallahassee Neighborhood Report -

 

  • The average price per square foot* for a home** in Leon County is higher than the surrounding counties
  • The average price per square foot* for a home** in Leon County has increased 92% in the past ten years
  • Unit sales for homes** in Leon County were 8% higher in 2007 than they were in 1997
  • The average price for a home** in Leon County has increased 96% since 1997

  • Comments (5)

    Brad Andersohn
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    Dick Betts
    TOUCHSTONE REAL ESTATE - The Villages, FL
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    Jan 28, 2008 11:13 AM
    Nadia Scheffers
    Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin, Inc. - Tallahassee, FL
    GRI, TRC, SRES, CHMS, CLG

    Thank you Charles McDonald and Dick Betts for your nice welcome. I have been trying to understand what to do. I did not notice where to leave a message until tonight. I would like to continue this but I guess I have to read a lot about ActiveRain so I know what to do. I feel losed.

    Mar 08, 2008 02:07 PM
    Anonymous
    Timmy Jewel

    average price for a home** in Leon County has increased 96% since 1997?  We are in a housing bubble in Tallahassee. The income probaly has gone up only 20% in that time span.

    I am absolutely sure that home prices are headed for much lower prices. Why? Banks have no money to lend. US dollars has fallen 40% since 2002, which means US money has flown out of this country, banks just don't have the deposit base to lend.

    How do you attract money back into US? Much lower home price might.

    We have a glut of inventories in Tallahassee, and getting worse by the day, We have prices too expensive for most people in Tallahassee. We have very stupid sellers just won't cut prices.

    What a Shame?

    Jun 07, 2008 12:54 PM
    #5