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Has the property on 927 West 19th street been sold, shows off the market,if not why off the market

Asked by Cazibo, Greater Heights, Houston, TX Tue Aug 10, 2010

Has the property on 927 west 19 th street been sold,shows off the market if not sold why off the market

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Hello there,
Yes it was withdrawn from the Active market on Aug 8th. It had been on the market since 12/2008 and was originally listed for $1,228,392. So perhaps after sitting for 604 days on the market the owners decided possibly to re list it with another agent, decided not to sell afterall...the land can be subdivided so perhaps they chose to do that and list each separately as lots at a lower price. There are many what if's but if you would like, we can call and find out the scoop!

Let me know if I can assist you!
D'Evereaux Baum
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Good Morning, Mr. Cazibo!
The properties that are 'off the market' could be temporarily or permanently removed and of course the reasons vary. If you are looking seriously for a lot or investment or a home I would appreciate it if you would call or email me and let's discuss what your needs are. I look forward to visiting with you abou your specific requirements. Thank you,
Kathleen Hamid, Realtor .... (281) 799-4002 or email:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 11, 2010
This lot has been withdrawn from market. This can mean several of things. If your still interesed in this lot please email me so i can let you know if we can still get it. I know some one from the selling office that might be of help in answering this question but dont want to ask if your not interested on it. Let me know and im sure we might have a good chance in getting the same lot. My email address is

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