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Old 11-10-2014, 01:33 PM
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In Southtown the good stuff gets snapped up before it even goes on the market, which is why it's key to have a realtor that is in the know for that area. They know what's coming up before the signs go up.

There are some properties that are sitting for awhile, but those tend to be the higher priced ones or ones needing substantial renovations (and priced high). That said, even the higher priced ones get snapped up quickly. If they've been on the market for awhile there's something wrong - either major stuff like asbestos or just priced to high for what it is.

But I would assume this to be different in a new subdivision where every house is the same and priced similarly.
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Old 11-10-2014, 02:43 PM
Location: San Antonio
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Providing the house is priced properly (not OVERpriced, but not giving it away either), yeah, they're selling quickly. We've had a few fly off the market in less than a day. Some longer.

If you're looking overall, it's a pretty balanced market.
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