Can we say that $2,000,000 doesn’t go as far as it used to either:
Category Archive: ‘Solana Beach’
If you are used to $1,000,000 not getting you much, then this isn’t a bad buy. The yard alone will probably sell it:
In areas where inventory is ultra-thin, just being priced better than the other active listings is all it will take to find an audience (in other words, the first house will help sell the last house):
A house where someone-in-a hurry-to-find-a-single-level-on-a-golf-course will probably overpay, and spend the next 6-12 months mumbling to themselves:
Some agents get more caught up in their posturing than their fiduciary:
Everyone has gone crazy:
You don’t have to spend a million dollars to get an expansive ocean view in SB!
This is a good example of trying to stretch the comps, and get more out of a view than possible.
For those who wonder about the benefit provided by JtR, this is a good example.
Everyone had passed on this house for a year, even though it was one of the cheapest in Solana Beach west of the freeway. One of the biggest hurdles was the listing agent – he was an old codger who wanted to boss everyone around. After two conversation, he got in line so we could proceed.
But the real challenge was to help envision how to bring this 45-year old beater into the 21st century – and deliver workers who could get the job done quickly and efficiently so my clients could occupy within 30 days. Congrats to the buyers who took the ball and ran with it: