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But it certainly seems as though the buyer made out…. In a market with historically low inventory, and contracts are up in November, there is something very strange about the pricing and end result. Of the 35 sales in November this year (on the Greenwich MLS), 40% sold either at list price or above! 32…
But it is 2 acres in 2 acre zoning…on the market for 3 days in New Canaan for 860,000. The new owner is M & T Bank.
Recently, we submitted an offer 200K over list price for a property. As a follow up, the agent posted a note in “Showing Time”, which is an agent to agent app that it used to communicate & schedule showing information. It went something like, if you are receiving this message, it is because the seller…
This classic New England beauty has found a buyer. After 300+ days on market and a price that fell short of the seller’s expected price of 7,495,000, the closing price is 5,700,000. A 6000SF home with nearly 14 acres, it seems that the buyer got a great property.
This beautifully renovated property exceeded expectations for the seller, but I will bet that the buyers are feeling lucky as well. It was a quick deal that seems to have had more than one buyer. List price 2,350,000 and it closed on St. Patrick’s Day for 2,631,100 after 28 days on market.