That's a good question and a funny one too! You should work directly with an agent who can help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
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Actually, sir, you get what you pay for. Greenwood has quality builders, and you are looking at averages. There are more high quality homes in Greenwood than other areas. I hope this helps. With kind regards, Bea Walker 864.980.3243... more
You might try this website to get your answer: http://www.neighborhoodscout.com/sc/greenwood/crime/. It has a nice overlay map to show you the areas that are more crime prone.
Personally, my husband and I have found Greenwood and Lake Greenwood living to be very safe. We used to have vacation home on Lake Greenwood and never had any problems with it being empty for long periods of time.
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Hi Janie, To do a market value of this property you would need to provide a great deal of information.
sq. footage, rental income, loss, taxes,insurance cost,type of comm.space,area comp. and so much more.
There is no easy answer if you want an accurate opinion.
This also involves a great deal of time research for any Agent to do.
Our advice is to contact an Realtor who is experienced with commercial real estate to give you an expert comp on your property.
All the Best
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I would first find a good agent to assist you in determining how you want to sell. He/she should be able to pull comparable data on homes that are currently for sale and homes that have sold in the past six months. Look at pricing on homes that are turn-key and/or move in ready and then look at pricing with respect to homes that are "fixers." You should be able to find a list price that fits your unique situation. Typically, if you list as needing TLC, you will get more action as many buyers don't mind a little elbow grease to make it the perfect home. If you list as a tear down, you will be limiting your buyer interest to primarily contractors, investors, etc. unless the property is located in a highly desirable area where homes are typically high-end and a buyer can see the value of the land, verses the value of the home.... more
For school information see link below; also consider a visit to the school district, ask for a tour of the facility, speak to the superintendent, principal, teachers, etc., and ask all your questions....
Commissions are always negotiable between you and your agent, there are no set standards; if looking to sell, interview in person a few local agents, or as many as needed from different realty companies, then choose the agent you like best and who has the most to offer; choose your agent with care.... more
How long is too long? It all depends on how long you want it to be on the market. My first thought would be price. The saying goes, "At the right price, the house will always sell".
Also, is it listed with a Real Estate Agent? If not, that is another reason.
If so, make sure they are advertising it properly!... more