June 19, 2006 at 4:03 PM #6744burger007Participant
Just got this in my email this morning labeled ” LETS MAKE A DEAL” Funny 🙂 I went to this place in January when the first phase was on sale, and they were telling us that the first phse was almost sold out so we better hurry, almost 6 months later and still in the first phase has not sold out.
Monarch at Scripps Ranch
SUPER BLOW OUT SALE NOW IN EFFECT!!!!!
MONARCH AT SCRIPPS RANCH IS NOW TAKING OFFERS!!!!!
IF YOU ARE SITTING ON THE FENCE, COME INTO MONARCH AT SCRIPPS RANCH AND MAKE AN OFFER ON ONE OF OUR BEAUTIFUL HOMES.
NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED!!!!!
THE SELLERS NEEDS A ‘MAGIC NUMBER’ OF HOMES SOLD BEFORE THEY CAN CLOSE ESCROW ON THE FIRST PHASE HOMES AT MONARCH AT SCRIPPS RANCH. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET ONE OF OUR HOMES FOR A TERRIFIC DEAL.
DEAL OR NO DEAL????? WE WILL DEAL!!!!!
CURRENTLY PRICED AT:
SIERRA –————– 1 BDRM/1 BATH FROM: $294,900
MAGNOLIA – 2 BDRM + DEN/2 BATH FROM: $394,900
WILLOW –————— 2 BDRM/2BATH FROM: $454,900
PINE –——————– 2 BDRM/2BATH FROM: $484,900
SEQUOIA –————– 3 BDRM/2BATH FROM: $559,900
ONCE WE REACH THE ‘MAGIC NUMBER’ THIS SALE WILL STOP, SO DON’T WAIT. COME IN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO PICK YOUR HOME. MAKE US AN OFFER AND GET A BEAUTIFUL CONDOMINIUM, IN A TERRIFIC LOCATION AT BELOW MARKET PRICING!!!!
PLEASE LET US HELP YOU TO GET INTO A HOME NOW, ON YOUR TERMS!!!!!!!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. COME BACK TO SEE THE BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND MAKE YOUR OFFERS.
AGAIN, NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED!!!!!!!
HOPE TO SEE YOU LIVING AT MONARCH AT SCRIPPS RANCH SOON!!!!!!June 19, 2006 at 4:24 PM #27191BugsParticipant
Sounds just like “The GIANT Tent Sale at Qualcom Stadium!!!” ads that come on for the car dealers every few months.June 19, 2006 at 4:40 PM #27192burger007Participant
Exactly, kinda Jumbo condo fire sale, I live acorss the street and see the guys twirling the signs everyweekend for the past 6 months. Nice places, but quite high prices for a condo.June 19, 2006 at 7:48 PM #27200anParticipant
We were looking at them last year when it was still apartments. It was going for around 1800 for 2/2 and 2100-2200 for 3/2. So, I wonder if they consider $350k – $400k for their 3/2 reasonable :-). I wound definitely jump on it for that price at today’s rate.June 19, 2006 at 8:02 PM #27201
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