House Appreciation Rates

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House Appreciation Rates 1 Running head: HOUSE APPRECIATION RATES House Appreciation Rates Joey D. Finley Kaplan University
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House Appreciation Rates Eric and Pamela are investing $156,100 in a house in the Arizona area. They are planning to sell it in about ten years for a bigger house. They want know that when the time comes they will be able to sell the home for at least $190,000. Upon moving in they are going to be fixing some things to bring the value up to $175,000. Depending on what city their house is located in will determine a more assured relief that the appreciation of their house will have met or even surpassed the hopeful amount. The interesting aspect about appreciations rates is that nothing is guaranteed. You can only hope for the best, and if possible be able to afford a required investment into a house. It is literally gambling on how well the community around your house, your neighborhood, your city financially flourishes. According to one website, the state capital Phoenix has an appreciation
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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