November 28, 2017

Bubblicious Sunnyvale home sells for $780K over asking

Now this is ridiculous: $782,000 over asking for a house in Sunnyvale

The once modest community has become one of the Bay Area’s real estate hot spots

A house in Sunnyvale just sold for close to $800,000 over its listing price.
Your eyes do not deceive you: The four-bed, two-bath house — less than 2,000 square feet — listed for $1,688,000 and sold for $2,470,000.
“I think it’s the most anything has ever gone for over asking in Sunnyvale — a record for Sunnyvale,” said Dave Clark, the Keller Williams agent who represented the sellers in the deal. “We anticipated it would go for $2 million, or over $2 million. But we had no idea it would ever go for what it went for.”

$2.5M crapbox. In Sunnyvale. Really.

This house in Sunnyvale recently sold for $2,470,000 — nearly $800,000 above its asking price. Close to tech centers, once modest Sunnyvale has become one of Silicon Valley’s real estate hot spots. (Courtesy/Dave Clark and Keller-Williams)

This delightful news is from a couple months back, but why not savor this wonderful event? This house sold for more than “not a lot of money” over the overly modest asking price. Remember when asking prices were called “wishing prices” back in 2009? If amazing results like this keep happening, we’ll have wishing prices back even sooner than you think!

Discuss among yourselves.

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