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Tallahassee Lis Pendens Summary - Third Quarter 2013

There were 215 Lis Pendens filed in Tallahassee, Florida during the third quarter of 2013 (down 51% from the previous quarter and down 59% from the same quarter last year) and they are listed below, sorted by Tallahassee Subdivision.

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June Foreclosures Tallahassee

Tallahassee Foreclosures Third Quarter 2013


Tallahassee Lis Pendens Filings September 2013

New lis pendens filings in Tallahassee fell 40% in September when compared to September 2013, and foreclosures rose 26%.

The continuing decline in new lis pendens filings is exciting, as we continue to seek lower levels in order to progress in the resolution of distressed properties. The blue line in the graph below shows that nearly 90% of all filings are ending up in foreclosure sale, indicating falling success with short sales due to the speed of approval of the bank.

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Foreclosures In Tallahassee August


Tallahassee Foreclosure Filings September 30, 2013

Tallahassee Foreclosures Filings September 30, 2013: This is a list of properties that received a lis pendens filing in Tallahassee, for the week ending 9/30/2013. Most of the properties on this list will eventually show up in our market as short sales or as a foreclosure sale at the Leon County Court House.

Tallahassee Foreclosures

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New Trend Emerges For Tallahassee Foreclosures

The number of new lis pendens filed each month is on a sharp decline, possibly indicating the beginning of the return to normalcy for Tallahassee foreclosures.

With roughly 1 new foreclosure for every 3 houses sold in the past year, Tallahassee has been looking for relief in the distressed properties market.

Tallahassee Foreclosures In The MLS

Distressed properties in Tallahassee are still abundant, so we keep an eye on new lis pendens filings each month in order to be able to forecast changes in the coming months and years.


My Home Won't Sell

You had your home listed for sale with a real estate company, yet here you sit looking for advice on what to do when your home fails to sell.

Your home is not selling, so what do you do?

Unfortunately, this means that you made a mistake or two along the way, and you ended up in a position to be starting over.

You wasted a lot of time, cleaned and prepared your home for multiple showings (or not!), with nothing to show but fatigue, regret, anger, and a little bit of fear.

Fortunately, you have found a document that will help guide you to success.


How High School Zones Impact The Tallahassee Real Estate Market

If you have a teenager in the Tallahassee real estate market area, then it is likely you have explored high school zones.

Having been born and raised here, I can tell you there is a fierce loyalty to your school (Go Big Red!) and it is something you take with you through your entire life.

Today, we'll take a look at what a shopper in the Tallahassee real estate market can expect in each of the five primary high school zones.

Home Values Segmented By High School Zones

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Is This A Cooling Trend For Real Estate In The 32312 Zip Code?

It might be premature, but we might be seeing signs that the housing market recovery in the 32312 zip code might be pausing for a breather.

Home sales in the 32312 zip code have been accelerating since the beginning of 2011 (up 30%), but the past two months have shown year over year declines in the Tallahassee MLS.

While I doubt this will prove to be more than a mere "blip" in the continued return of homebuyers, we continue to keep a diligent watch so that we can provide the most accurate guidance for home valuations in the 32312 zip code.

Home Sales In The 32312 Zip Code

Currently, there are 345 ...


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For sellers, a home warranty provides coverage for the seller during the listing period, and then transfers over to the buyer after the closing. This is an absolute "great deal" for the seller, because they pay a nominal fee up front and instantly have coverage on most of the main items in the home. The seller pays off the remaining balance of the warranty at closing, and they don't have to pay if it does not sell!

This makes the home more attractive to many buyers as the warranty ensures the major systems in the home are functional. Think about it, won't your home seem better (if all else is equal) if you are offering a "free" warranty while your competition is not? Buyers will have confidence that they won't be...

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