I would need the unit number. MLS has properties listed by realtors. It does not have for Sale by Owners. If this condo was listed by Realtor it was in MLS based on status (active, pending or sold).
Gail Mercedes Cole
EXP Realty Marina del Rey
I would recommend you begin working with a good buyer agent. We often have "pocket listings" or know of property that is not listed for sale. We also work with homes that are for sale by owners which are also not listed in the MLS.
I just sold a condo on that stretch, a 1 bedroom for a low 300. If you have a unit number we could see if this was a foreclosure or a private sale. Chances are it wasn't a full arms length transaction and it was a foreclosure. 200k for a 2 bedroom there just seems to good to be true.
The Carrabba Group
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
As for finding other properties like this, do you mean "in the building", "in that style", "in that price range", or "deeply discounted"? Those are all different questions with different answers. I'd be happy to assist you.
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