Apr 11, 2021

'It's a seller's market': Fort Smith real estate in high demand


Construction cost increases for new homes, coupled with an influx of out-of-state buyers have added to the effects of the COVID pandemic to create even more demand for most homes in Fort Smith.

 

"A home in Fort Smith with a "For Sale" sign is pretty rare these days. A drive-around Chaffee Crossing will even reveal homes under construction with "Sold" signs on the lawn."
More new neighborhoods will soon be under construction in Chaffee Crossing, including two affordable housing neighborhoods on Chad Colley Blvd.

 

Read the full Times Record article here.

 

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The locations of affordable housing in Fort Smith is generally north of Rogers Ave., however, two new affordable home communities are being built in Chaffee Crossing.


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