As regular readers of this site already know, homes in the Real Bay Area don’t need to convince buyers of their value. No matter how inept the Realtard representing it, even a turkey of a home within RBA limits will go pending quickly.
This isn’t the case for homes far, far away from the RBA. Thanks to Burbed reader Michael Boltonestater for this example of how to sell a house that has the misfortune of not being anywhere near Google or Facebook.
1501 GUTHRIE Dr
INVERNESS, IL 60010
$1,149,000 (Reduced from
SQ. FT.: 6,757
$/SQ. FT.: $170
HOA DUES: $17/month
LOT SIZE: 1.03 Acres
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family, 2 Stories
EXPOSURE: East, West
YEAR BUILT: 2001
ON REDFIN: 46 days
Wide open floor plan with granite, stainless, and maple kitchen w/ viking range and commercial hood. Hardwood floors throughout much of the home. !st flr. Theater, office, and sun room! Dining room is perfect for large dinner parties. All bedrooms with private baths and walk-in’s. luxurious master suite with sitting room, and high end master bath with vaulted ceilings, cherry cabinets, and marble. Huge deck.
What can you do if you own a ginormous housing tumor in flyover country and no longer wish to have it sap your precious bodily fluids? You list it for sale and more than 30 days go by, which means, according to Jim the Realtor, that the price is more than 10% too high. In this case, probably way more than 10%, as you’ve already cut it 23% without any takers. It could mean that nobody wants your expensive mistake.
Clearly, more drastic marketing measures are needed. Have a look at them by clicking on through.