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The marketing conditions in the Lillian, Alabama area indicates an increase in active listings and an increase in the months of housing supply (total listings/absorption rate) which could jeopardize local property values.

Over the past 12 months (13 June 2009 to 13 June 2010), there has been a reduction of 63% in sales (88 sales in the past 12 months), resulting in an over 20 months absorption rate (115+ active listings at this posting).

The active listings and housing sales primarily range from $29,900+ to $999,000+, including manufactured homes, colonial, contemporary, cottage, ranch, and other accepted local styles.

The median sale price percentage is 92.616% to 94.299% when comparing to asking list prices. Properties will move quicker if asking prices are competitive. So, unless competitively priced, be patient, a rising absorption rate will result in longer times when selling your home within Lillian, Alabama.

Contact Cheney Appraisal Services for additional information by telephoning (251) 533-2424 or email your comments and questions to Albert@CheneyAppraisalServices.com.

The coastal properties in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas will be affected by this catastrophic oil spill for years to come. As of today, now 47 days and still counting, BP Oil has been ineffective in successfully stopping the flow of oil. Therefore, our Gulf Coast is faced with environmental devastation, loss of marine life and wildlife, further property devaluation (not that inept governmental and political faux pas were enough to damage), illusion of an economic recovery, businesses closing, and loss of livelihoods for longtime residents.

As a person who has lived in the Mobile Bay Metro Area (Baldwin County and Mobile County of Alabama) the majority of my life, this massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico conjures up so many emotions and thoughts inside me and, many unkind words (please forgive) towards all who have dragged this on for much too long. Also, the lack of expedience and nondisclosures which could be labeled lies has certainly not helped to comfort Gulf Coast residents. It is quite evident that many Gulf Coast residents do not believe BP Oil and the government have properly handled this oil spill catastrophe.

Anyway, this oil spill catastrophe will apparently be with us for many months and years to come. Our Gulf Coast area will never be the same and will definitely affect the United States as a whole and potentially have International negative implications. Also, unfortunately, coastal properties more than likely will be faced with further decline in value; not that government intrusions and regulations as well as poor and restrictive lending practices have already been enough to damage our property values and the real estate industry as a whole.

So, how will the coastal real estate marketability be affected within the Gulf Coast states? Whether true or not, the stigma of an oil spill catastrophe will, in my opinion, have a potential affect on the marketability of properties along the Gulf Coast. How much of an affect is still an unknown? The future selling of coastal properties should begin to hold the answers to these questions. So, “time will tell.”

Is your property rich in oil? If so, it’s certainly not the way you want to discover oil on your property. Contact a professional you trust and get sound advice when the stigma of oil has knocked on your door. There are many good Certified Real Estate Appraisers and Attorneys in the Gulf Coast states. It is always important to understand the affects of this oil spill upon our coastal properties.

Information and opinions have been provided by Cheney Appraisal Services, Albert Marshall Cheney, a Certified Residential Real Property Appraiser for the state of Alabama, (251) 533-2424. Albert Cheney has over 35 years of real estate experience in the southern part of Alabama.

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Certified Appraiser Names (CAN) website is here to assist with your Alabama real estate property appraiser needs.

Certified Appraiser Names (CAN) website gives you the ability in finding the highest quality Alabama real estate appraisals by providing web-links to Active, Certified, and Approved Appraisers.

The Alabama real estate appraisal district is an area where Certified Appraiser Names (CAN) tries to provide qualified real estate appraisers who can handle all your appraisal requirements—Acreage and Lot (Land) Reports, Before & After home valuations (hurricane, storms), Commercial, Desktop and Field Reviews (residential properties), Employee Relocations (ERC reports), Estate Valuation Reports (Settling Estates with real property), Equity Line loans, Federal (IRS) and State tax situations, Foreclosure and HUD home appraisal reports, Home Modifications and Retentions, Home or Residential Mortgage refinancing, Matrimonial Real Property settlements (Divorces), New Home Construction (progress and final inspections), Primary and Secondary residential mortgages, Real Property Tax Assessment appeals, Removing Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI).

Go to http://www.CertifiedAppraiserNames.com/ and search for your city or town in Alabama, click on an appraiser’s web-link of choice, and call them today for a FREE real estate appraisal quote!

Are you a Certified Approved Real Estate Appraiser with an active website and wanting to swap web-links with Albert Cheney at http://www.CheneyAppraisalServices.com/? If you are, call Al Cheney at (251) 533-2424 or email your interest to AlbertCheney@CheneyAppraisalServices.com. Thank you!

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