If some of today’s homes seem familiar to you, it’s no wonder. Two of them have had no less than SEVEN different prices.
I’m serious. The grand daddy of them all has been trying to sell anywhere from 1-3 times PER YEAR for the last five years.
And every single time it either sits around, or it gets “sold conditional” but then it pops back.
We call it “flip flop” pricing, and it makes me want to completely avoid these homes. If the price goes up and down so often, imagine what negotiations would be like!
I understand that it’s a strange time to be selling. But these properties are on a whole new level of strange.
Oh, and I almost forgot… here’s the link to Phil Soper’s thoughts on the market.