Case Study: Sunset/Parkside Homes On The Market


#61

This one is interesting…small but has potential for expansion. 1.1M asking…


#62

Appearance is deceptive, this home is actually not that small. I think could go 300k over asking.


#63

Agree, I think it’ll go for around 1.4-1.5


#64

Wow, Pending…


#65

No lowball start price here either…


#66

Here is an interesting one that def hopes the good luck chnese pricing strategy will indeed bring good fortune forever…


#67

Gosh, some pretty nice Sunset homes are rolling off the remodel line…


#68

Wow, Pending…


#69

Dryvit is a patented product, therefore it attracts class action lawsuits…Stucco is a process hundreds of years old…immune from class action…But there are plenty of lousy stucco jobs, too


#70

Personally I avoid stucco and Drivit prefer Hardee siding. .does not crack and moves in a quake.Stucco and Drivit cracks, attracts moisture that attracts dry rot…


#71

Nice call! You must own a few houses or like Sunset RE porn…


#72

This is a pretty nice one. Very grand living and dining room areas. Priced fairly high though so I don’t know how much more can you squeeze out. Maybe 1.75M or 1.8M???


#73

My guess: $1.9M.


#74

2M bar in reach…


#75

Are things usually slower over the summer months with less bids etc? Whereas spring is usually hotter with many bids?


#76

Well, in the past, it was all about lil Johnny or Jane back in school so for some they shut down the buying for now. Now, the problem is the low inventory in general. I would love to think I have a decent advantage in the Fall and Winter but everyone is thinking that…


#77

I see, thanks


#78

Love it…the buyer purposely said I want the sale price to be ending in 888. You rock!!!


#79

Yes, let’s raise the asking price by 204K and see if anyone notices…


#80

Too greedy…