November 30, 2006 at 10:34 AM #79854runnerParticipant
Check out MLS# 066063999.
It’s been on the market for over 100 days. Zillow doesn’t have prior sales data, but the tax assessment is 841k. Seller is “willing to consider” bids at 740k.
More evidence that real estate prices were a symptom of mass insanity…November 30, 2006 at 10:47 AM #40844PerryChaseParticipant
I’ve been watching Liberty Station also. That area is convenient and centrally located. But those houses were overpriced to begin with. There’s still quite a bid of land to be developed there. It’s going to be a hardlanding for many would bought from the developer.November 30, 2006 at 11:24 AM #40849sdcellarParticipant
At 128 days on the market, he better start considering a $740K offer pretty seriously…
I think I remember looking at one of these. Enter the front door and you see the entire first floor–kitchen, dining room, living room. Not necessarily a bad thing… unless you’re paying over $800K ($400K?) for a place.November 30, 2006 at 1:19 PM #40862PDParticipant
Wow. It looks like the house is staged. Is it empty?
I really like Liberty Station and went through all the models multiple times. From the peak, this guy has really taken it on the chin.December 1, 2006 at 12:06 AM #40904Mr_BrightsideParticipant
SDLookup.com shows this sold on 1/24/2005 for $825K, MLS shows list price range of $740-$799.
I’ll post this on my blog as well as this property is a good example of Liberty Station price activity.December 1, 2006 at 7:11 AM #40907LookoutBelowParticipant
I lived accross the street from Liberty Station (Rosecrans side) a few years ago….The damned constant airplane noise drove me and my wife crazy. Good luck.
Being under the flight path of a busy airport is not only noisy, it can be kinda dangerous too.
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