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Capital Square Realty Acquires three MHCs

September 2nd, 2014 Comments off

capital_square_holdings_llc___creditMHProNews has been informed by virtual-strategy.com an affiliate of Capital Square Realty Advisors, LLC has acquired three manufactured housing communities consisting of 1,141 home sites in Indiana and Ohio. The largest community is Timberbrook in Bristol, Indiana with 567 homesites set on 103 acres. Woodlake-Summerdale, located in Yoder, IN is comprised of 338 homesites sitting on 65 acres, and the third property, Byrne Hill in Toledo, Ohio has 236 homesites on 34 acres. All three communities have recreational and social facilities, as well as on-site management. Capital Square Realty Advisors and Capital Square Management are both subsidiaries of Capital Square Holdings, LLC of Richmond, Virginia, which manages multi-family housing units and other commercial properties. In a phone call from the company MHProNews learned the company typically does not disclose terms of its acquisitions.

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Median Home Prices Rise

April 24th, 2012 Comments off

According to RealtorMag’s survey of 146 metropolitan areas, MHProNews.com has learned median home prices nationwide rose five percent in March compared to Feb., to $189,900. Only five of the metro areas saw home prices decline including Minneapolis-St. Paul, Columbia, MO and Reading, PA. The areas that witnessed the largest month-over-month increase in median home prices include San Francisco, up 6.10 percent, to $649,000; Washington, D.C., VA, West VA, MD, up 5.29 percent to $270,000; San Jose, CA up 5.57 percent to $495,000; Oakland, CA up 5.04 percent to $336,120; and Toledo, Ohio, up 4.90 percent to $104,900.

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Attention Shoppers: The Time to Buy is Nigh

March 26th, 2012 Comments off

In an rent vs. buy index of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the nation, Trulia has determined it is a wiser decision to buy in 98 of them. The top ten cities where buying a home is a better deal: Detroit, Oklahoma City, Dayton Ohio, Warren-Troy-Farmington Hills Michigan, Toledo Ohio, Grand Rapids Michigan, Cleveland, Atlanta, Gary Indiana, and Memphis. The top ten where renting is smarter: Honolulu, San Francisco, New York City, San Jose California, Orange County CA, Los Angeles, San Diego, Colorado Springs CO, Boston, and Albuquerque NM. Trulia compares neighborhoods and properties, and then calculates the ratio between asking prices for rentals and for-sale homes to arrive at its conclusion. Based in San Francisco, Trulia tells MHProNews.com it  collects information and maintains unique files on desireable places to live through its many contacts with real estate professionals.

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