Probably although it isn't the first house which sold under foreclosure on the street. One 3 doors to our east did at least 12 years ago. All the homes on the street are well kept and now with this one, hopes are high that the new owners will make some improvements.kidsenclave said:That is great news on the one hand, hope you get great new neighbors. On the other hand, the negative part is the low selling price that will affect your area's overall home values. This is what has me hopping mad with all the foreclosures in our neighborhood and surrounding areas, it has made our home value tank. Good news, taxes are down, but it sickens me that we paid $121k in 2000, have put about $40k in updates since, but our assessed value now is $108,600. :angryfire:
But beside all that, I'm really happy to hear those neighbors of yours are gone. It can only be better than that with the new people, I would surely hope!
Thanks for the update.
So far the appraisal of our home is still consistently higher than what we paid for it back in 1995.
Thank you!!! It has been a long drawn out process.TSS said:So happy for you. About time!
This August will mark 19 years since we moved into this house. Now with, hopefully sane new neighbors (lol okay at least as sane as me) we can finally see the light at the end of that long long tunnel.