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Mike Douglas, Home Buyer in Eudora, KS

Considering the small size of this house and its age, the asking price is WAY too high!! Try $170,000, please.

Asked by Mike Douglas, Eudora, KS Wed Sep 24, 2008

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Hi Mike Douglas,

I know Stan the owner. I know how much he paid for the house and the condition it was in when he bought the house. I know he has improved upon the house tremendously. I know he originally priced the house at $219,000, then reduced it to $209,000, and now has it at $200,000. Will he accept $170,000? While I doubt that he will, the only way you get the answer is to put in an offer on the property for that price and find out if he accepts the place or not.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 5, 2010
Wait a few years it will be cheaper. Find out what the price was in 1999-2000. That would be a good starting point for an offer. Never pay "bubble prices". Good Luck
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 25, 2008
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