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By Joelle Embres | Agent in Parkland, FL

Sparano cuts Davie home's asking price by $110,000



Been a miserable 14 months for Tony Sparano.

Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross tried and failed to replace the coach in January 2011. The Dolphins later stumbled to an 0-7 record, which led to his firing in December.

Now Sparano is struggling to sell his Davie home in the Stonebrook Estates development. He recently cut the asking price to $1.389 million from $1.499 million.

"He'd like to sell it and be done with it," said Connie Voke, Sparano's real estate agent.

While buyers are out in force across South Florida, the market for homes over $1 million remains shaky. Prospective buyers of luxury homes are cautious about making offers, Voke said.

Sparano, now the offensive coordinator of the hated New York Jets, bought the five-bedroom pad in 2008 for $1.7 million. He first listed it for sale in January 2011 but took it off the market in March. He re-listed it for sale again in October before being dismissed with three games left.

For more information and to view photos of the home, click here.

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