May 27, 2007

What's going on Santa Teresa and Cottle?

Burbed Reader Brian had this to say:

Here you go.  In south San Jose on Santa Teresa and Cottle intersection today there were 21 open house signs.  I couldn’t get them all in one shot but trust me there was one on every corner and on the islands.

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This was last weekend… anyone want to take a picture for this weekend?

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  1. Pootie Tan Says:

    Doh. That’s only a few blocks from where my parents live. I heard things are bad, but never thought there would be more than 20 open house signs at one intersection. Maybe I can afford to move back to CA one of these days.

  2. J at Home Finance Freedom Says:

    I knew that lots were getting smaller but trying to sell half a concrete island is ridiculous.

  3. jo jo Says:

    hey where are the sign twirlers…..Maybe Realtors should pay these sign twirlers to announce open houses…OMG Am I marketing for these whores now…..

    Burbed please save me …..I think I need intervention ASAP

  4. Brendan Says:

    The funny thing is that homes down there are still horribly overpriced.

  5. Alex Says:

    My friend had a misfortune to catch one of open house signs on his car bumper last weekend somewhere in San Mateo area. There were so many signs on an intersection that one of them just did not fit and fell on the street pavement. Good thing is that realtor is liable for damage to the car now. :)

  6. J at IHB and HFF Says:

    Alex Says: “My friend had a misfortune to catch one of open house signs on his car bumper last weekend somewhere in San Mateo area. There were so many signs on an intersection that one of them just did not fit and fell on the street pavement. Good thing is that realtor is liable for damage to the car now. :)”

    The car-repair bill can be just another junk fee at the house closing.

  7. Sign Twirlers Says:

    By now I’m sure those signs have been replaced with human directionals spinning signs and getting more attention.

  8. Pralay Says:

    By now I’m sure those signs have been replaced with human directionals spinning signs and getting more attention.
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    Not yet! Because you need to pay those guys. But I won’t be surprised if homeowner/agent himself/herself started dancing on sidewalks pretty soon.
    But number of signs increased dramatically in some areas. And some intersections become pedestrian hazard in weekends – especially in windy days like last weekend.


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