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Posted by on May 14, 2012 in Bubbleinfo TV, Carmel Valley | 9 comments | Print Print

CV Flatline Pricing?

Corporate relocation companies are faced with the same trouble as REO clerks – trying to accurately price a home from hundreds of miles away. In this case, they just happened to pick about the same price as paid in July, 2009:

9 Comments

  1. JtR,

    Is the new camera a D-SLR or one of those every day run of the mill compact cameras (i.e. Canon Elph)?

    The zoom shouldn’t be so slow. Maybe there is a setting buried somewhere deep in the menu options?




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  2. 1st floor glue down hardwood “cupped” from using wrong type (water based acrylic) adhesive. Crazy price for that location.




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  3. I really don’t understand people sometimes.

    This is Carmel Valley! Where we are already in mid May and there has not been a day past the 70 degree mark. Along with a postal stamp sized lot with very limited area to work with.

    Why in the world would you want to put in a $60k pool so your yard looks even smaller than it already is? When most likely these guys probably spent $100 per month for a pool guy and god knows how much on the water evaporation just to have 2 month of swimming time every year.

    Should have simply spent the $60k in getting rid of original tile counter-tops in the bathrooms and do a better job with the flooring. At the very least spend a couple of hundred on a built in microwave at the very least…




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  4. Jim,

    Aside from the entertainment value, it’s you pointing out things like the flooring/floorboard gaps that really make your videos incredibly informative. Keep up the great work!




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  5. The cupping can be from a variety of things. One being an ineffective/lack of a vapor barrier glue. Another not allowing the wood to acclimate to the house before it was put down.

    Most slab floors are not smooth so a glue down often shows such gaps as does a “real” hardwood floor. If you think back, most floors had a base shoe that disguises that irregularity. Now people attempt to cut corners be eliminating $100 worth of molding… and that’s the look you get.




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  6. el katz is right. very little in shoe moulding gets rid of that. Most people do it because concrete floors are never smooth, and definitely nothing built 2003-2007… they were pouring foundations with labor 2 days on the job. There weren’t enough construction guys with experience to go around, not for less than $30/hr. Homebuilders needed to make ’em cheap and stack ’em deep.

    Chuck




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  7. @OCRENTER,

    Ha ha that phallic thing has no ball or one ball at the wrong place.




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  8. Soccer Mom’s with large SUV’s are all in love with CV.




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