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Edited by CoeyCoey - 7/21/12 at 10:09pm
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Asking more than double the price 4 months later?  Must have been quite a fix up job.

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In real estate, people often price their property higher than what they expect to get.  It is very common.  

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In real estate, people often price their property higher than what they expect to get.  It is very common.  


We're all pretty familiar with the concept of negotiation, but as he says, double the price in 4 months? You must be expecting some REAL negotiation, and yes, it is quite common rolleyes.gif

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It doesn't matter what I paid for the units.  It only matters what the market will bear.  Sounds like you all are a bit jealous that I jumped on a couple of distressed units when I had the chance?  

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You might want to replace the Zillow link, with a regular listing w/better pictures?  That way they don't see what you paid and the Zestimate for 25K less than your asking price?

 

Sunlight is a nice little hill!  At least you can use it if it doesn't sell?

 

The markets still really soft in the lower RFV and there are some bargains to be had!  I picked up a nice place built in 2007 in Carbondale/El Jebel,  for less than $100sq ft?

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Here is Trulia's listing. http://www.trulia.com/homes/Colorado/Glenwood_Springs/sold/20794521-11101-County-Road-117-6-E-Glenwood-Springs-CO-81601 Gives an estimate of $94,000. Those don't really mean much at all. But if I did find a buyer willing to move fast, I would consider offers in the $65K range. 

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You might want to replace the Zillow link, with a regular listing w/better pictures?  That way they don't see what you paid and the Zestimate for 25K less than your asking price?

 

 

This was kind of my point.  I went to the zillow page and saw that immediately, as would others.

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It doesn't matter what I paid for the units.  It only matters what the market will bear.  Sounds like you all are a bit jealous that I jumped on a couple of distressed units when I had the chance?  

 

Let's see what it sells for champ, then we'll see who's what. Still LOTS of bargains around.

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Then go buy one.  But please leave my thread alone and stop being so rude. 

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Getting angry at people for (rightfully) pointing out that your condos are overpriced isn't doing you any favors. If you don't want people commenting on your unit/pricing, don't post it on a forum. That's kind of what goes on here. Now you just sound all whiny and butthurt, and I wouldn't want to do business with you even if I was interested.

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Sounds like you are all whiney and jealous  that I bought these units cheap and will turn a profit.    I paid money to join this forum and post here to advertise.   

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No one cares if you make a profit on your Sunlight condo. I am glad that people pointed out it was a big rip, though. Good luck.

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Sounds like you are all whiney and jealous  that I bought these units cheap and will turn a profit.    I paid money to join this forum and post here to advertise.   

 

July 20, 2012

 

Hi CoeyCoey:

 

Painting the members of this forum with this "giant brush" will not help you win friends and influence people, especially when you need others help in buying your property.  I've been a member of this forum for the past 6 years and 99% of the members on this forum are passionate skiers and here to discuss topics close to their heart and not just to pay a membership fee for the privilege to hawk their wares.  As such, all of them are decent people who if approached correctly will wish you well in your endeavours even if they are not interested in making a purchase.  Initially I clicked on your thread with some interest.  As I read deeper and deeper into the thread, I see that you have made things unncessary difficult for yourself and have antagonized others with your behaviour.  I would suggest that maybe you would be better served by another well known forum with similar interest.

 

Think snow,

 

CP 

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Sounds like you are all whiney and jealous  that I bought these units cheap and will turn a profit.    I paid money to join this forum and post here to advertise.   

I think that's part of the problem.

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