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MeridianOSU

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We bought ours in 2007 for $120.00/square foot. It dipped to $85.00 during crisis. Now it’s $245.00 here in SW Idaho. Hearing that bidding up of another $15-$20.00 per SF to get the contract.
 

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I bird dog land for builders and sell the new homes. Depending on neighborhood Nashville is $220-$500 per ft . I have one listed for $2.4m - 5500 ft and nother 5100ft 1.9 both under contract, cash, out of town buyers
 

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Might need to retire back in Ohio at those prices. Can attend every Buckeye game then.
I'm being pretty conservative but you can get a nice place right now without too much hassle here.

We want to move WAY more country but not sure where now that TX is becoming off limits quick.

ID sounds nice but too cold and damn if I wasn't way off on my guess on prices for that area. How TF is 245$ sustainable in an area like that?
 
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Bought mine at $124 in Frisco, TX in 2017, but the market was red hot.

It's gone up a bit. Zilliow says $134 now, I doubt that though.
 

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Bought at $239/sq ft in June 2012 and now it’s at $495/sq ft. Carlsbad, CA.

House three doors down from us is for sale and looking to get $706/sq ft.
 
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I'm being pretty conservative but you can get a nice place right now without too much hassle here.

We want to move WAY more country but not sure where now that TX is becoming off limits quick.

ID sounds nice but too cold and damn if I wasn't way off on my guess on prices for that area. How TF is 245$ sustainable in an area like that?
I’ll sell you mine for $100psf. It’s ~4Ksf, and about as country as you can get and still live in town!
 

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This might be a dumb question, but are you taking total finished square feet? Some places have basements, some don't. That can double the square footage.
 

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We bought ours in 2007 for $120.00/square foot. It dipped to $85.00 during crisis. Now it’s $245.00 here in SW Idaho. Hearing that bidding up of another $15-$20.00 per SF to get the contract.
Ours has appreciated almost a hundred grand in 3 years.
 

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Bought 18m ago at $250 per sqft. Valuation now based on similar sales nearby at $290-300 sqft
 

MeridianOSU

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I'm being pretty conservative but you can get a nice place right now without too much hassle here.

We want to move WAY more country but not sure where now that TX is becoming off limits quick.

ID sounds nice but too cold and damn if I wasn't way off on my guess on prices for that area. How TF is 245$ sustainable in an area like that?
It’s not cold where we live in the high Desert. Housing is high due to west coast people retiring here. They can sell there house for 1 million and bank half of it.
 

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It’s not cold where we live in the high Desert. Housing is high due to west coast people retiring here. They can sell there house for 1 million and bank half of it.
That's awesome! Congrats!
 

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$157/sq. ft. in Connecticut. Which is roughly 10% above the national median. I honestly thought it would be more since we have had a 10-12% increase over the last year or so. A trend which i guess is suppose to continue.

Still not like Cali's numbers though. Which seem insane.
 

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$157/sq. ft. in Connecticut. Which is roughly 10% above the national median. I honestly thought it would be more since we have had a 10-12% increase over the last year or so. A trend which i guess is suppose to continue.

Still not like Cali's numbers though. Which seem insane.
It is quite insane. I live in Middleton which is on the very Western end of the 'Boise' area. New housing units proposed just this week were over 1,500 in our little community. House sales contracts new to the market are measured in hours now. We're looking to exit the area and move back East. Growth is outpacing infrastructure at a noticeable pace.
 

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