6 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    That depends on where the house is located.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Nice house, and it would probably be well above the median price for homes in whatever area it's located.

    (Real estate 1301 - definition - the median price for homes in an area is that number where half of the homes sell for more, and half sell for less.)

    That being said, those median prices are all over the board. For example, the median price for a home in Seattle, WA is somewhat over a half million dollars, while the median price for a home in Cleveland, OH is about $85,000.

    Big difference.

    Most real estate agents will do a "comparative market analysis" as a courtesy, in the hopes of eventually getting your business. Use a local agent that knows the neighborhood.

    You can also use one of the automated systems, like Yahoo homes or Zillow, but be aware that those systems don't do very well on homes that are not similar to several other recent sales in the local area, and they have problems with special features such as a view.

    Hope that helps.

    Source(s): Realtor, ABR, ePRO
  • 1 decade ago

    This is not a house, it appears to be a club house for a golf course, look at the signs.

    This would be affordable to most people if it is in Texas or some other horrid place. Many millions in Beverly Hills. This is obviously not California though, it is very flat where it is.

  • ?
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Where is it located?

    Hawaii? then about 10 million

    Rural indiana? about $370k

    Texas? $570k

    Maybe your question should first be, "Where do you think this house is located?"

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    hmmm matters where it is if its where i live like 3 mil?

  • 1 decade ago

    if it's in Florida, I say $800,000

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