$189 K for a 4br/2ba - that is not above market value at all imo. especially if it's in White station school dist
The agent has done the sellers a disservice by offering the home far above market value. The description of the home suggests many things that could be done to the home, revealing little currently offered in an overpriced home. It is also noted that the structure suffers from functional obsolesence. The only updates revealed to this appraiser are new windows, as well as carpeting to cover hardwood floors in need of refinishing.
the home has a undesirable look on the outside
not enough trees
carport not finished
Here's the realtor's listing: http://tinyurl.com/35grz6
It's approximately 870 square feet and the listing price is $89,900.
What is the price and square footage? Thanks!
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A few questions...
I am curious why you don't include info about DLP technology. DLP offers 10° higher viewing angle, greater contrast ratio, and higher brightness levels as well as being free from burn in issues.
What was it about the KDL-40S2010 (other than it fit in your car) that attracted you to it?
What is the resolution of the TV - 1080i or 1080p?
HD Ready or does it have an HD Tuner built in?
Greg, what a truly special article. Thanks so much. You are a dear friend. - Pam
Thank you so much for this, Greg. Dad would be proud.
Great article, Greg! Thanks for the shout out to my dad. It brightened my day. Melissa Salazar
That information came from Chance Carlisle himself.
Where did you hear about the towers being 34 and 30 floors, respectively. Every other source I've encountered has reported the taller tower at 30 stories and smaller tower at 27 stories.
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