We’re still using Derby Hill as a marker for pricing in Carmel Valley, and none have closed over $1.5 million this year (though one is pending, listed at $1.529 that sold in five days). Will this one sell? Would it dent the buyer enthusiasm? It’s not a great location, and could get shrugged off. EDIT: Postponed to 8/24/10.
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I'm Jim Klinge, local broker affiliated with Compass. Most tweets are from my blog https://t.co/L9m2r9DMMM regarding North San Diego coastal market. CA DRE #00873197
Just heard of a buyer paying $500,000 over list for a $4,000,000 home.....in Alpine, CA!
@SacAppraiser Tacoma -30% of houses listed this year have sold. All within 6 days. So it either sells in 6 days or doesn't sell.
Opendoor was marketed as a play with somehow better data.
But it turns out the business is so perfectly pro-cyclical, I suspect
A) any good operator could replicate
B) Tyler’s diligence could be used to forecast any housing market trade and ignore the $open stock entirely. https://twitter.com/tyler_okland_md/status/1618952502678024195
Opendoor's pending sales volume is up roughly 50% over the past month. https://twitter.com/datadoorio/status/1618756106419044352