Thursday, May 20, 2010

walking away

4 in 1o click wait till August.....

plunger alert 2810 n.e. 51st thanks 140. click interesting the seller has signed an option to purchase on 2/10/10 which expires on june 1 for that same propery if I read the record correctly.

will post when I can...


140 dollars per sq foot said...

NEW YORK (AP) — The housing slump isn't over.

Tax credits and historically low mortgage rates have failed to lift home prices so far this year. Prices fell 0.5 percent in March from February, according to the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city index released Tuesday .

The co-creator of the Case-Shiller index, who predicted in 2005 that the housing bubble would burst, is raising concerns that the worst may be ahead. That fear is shared by other economists who point to weak job growth, tight credit and many more foreclosures ahead.

"I'm worried still about the risk of a double-dip," economist Robert Shiller said in an interview.

The month-to-month drop from February to March marked the sixth straight decline. Prices in 13 of the cities fell. Only six metro areas recorded price gains. One, Boston, came in flat.

In the first quarter of 2010, U.S. home prices fell 3.2 percent compared with the fourth quarter.

From the morning news.

140 dollars per sq foot said...

1214 SE 10TH TE MLS# F1060839
4/20/2010 SWD-Q $360,000 47029 1459
2/16/2010 CET-D $295,100 46915 1461
7/29/2004 WD $665,000 37951
Looks like they spent some $$$$ on a remodel, I remember this one being on the market before.