Take a stroll up and down the street and you can see what a unique house this is. (Until you meet its inverted twin across the street and down a few.)
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Here is a history of money changing hands for a modest property in a highly desirable area. Stamps divided by 2 equals cash.
% Own / Stamps / Date
ALL / 840.00 / 03-14-2007
ALL / 740.00 / 06-29-2006 (1 back)
ALL / / 04-11-2006 (2 back) *
ALL / 650.00 / 04-11-2006 (3 back) *
* how this works is beyond me.
The flipping fee runs about 45-50 K per.
It took a year for this house to be completed, or 2 years from the first flip to the final house. This is what a settled neighborhood looks like until that time comes.
This builder has 4 lots in play on Anderson Drive. Reports from other established neighborhoods in Raleigh report that each has one or two builders responsible for the lion's share of redevelopment activity. Up on Anderson, there is a lot of door knocking going on -- it is open season for hunting old houses. I am thinking we can rename Anderson Heights to Wakefield Central when they are done.