the number of residents in the local community
the number of potential buyers in the market place
the number of acceptable and qualified buyers in the market for this type of property
these are all equally important
The value of high-value homes will always be less than their cost.
Many of these homes are custom built for their current owners, and may not match the needs and desires of buyers.
There are very few sales of high-value homes in a market at any given time.
There is always a buyer's market for high-value homes
The value of high-value homes will decline.
The value of all homes in the area will decline.
This will likely create a buyer's market for high-value homes.
None of the Above
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