This was listed for $1,438,000 at the beginning of March, but no takers. They lowered the price to $1,398,000 after two weeks, and then moved down to $1,349,000 a week later (which usually means they weren’t getting any traffic, let alone offers). By the end of May, it still wasn’t sold.

They took the summer off, and relisted with the same agents on September 7th for $1,328,000.

It went pending four days later, and closed for full price.

Be sure to check the listing history on every ‘new’ listing!

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