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Real estate advice: Out-of-state buyers?

NANCY FOSTER

Are you seeing more out-of-state or in-state buyers in Addison County these days?
 

I have seen more out-of-state buyers in the past year than I have ever seen in any other year, and I have been selling real estate over 40 years.  I think every out-of-state buyer wants to be sure the property has good access to a strong internet service, but so do most in-state buyers.  
The other trend is that most buyers want an extra room that can be used as an office/computer room. That has been a trend over several years, but it is even more important to buyers now.  There are a good number of people who are local who also want to buy property.  Local buyers are having more difficulty with the increase in prices in the past year.
— Nancy Foster, CV Properties

 

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