Hello Again, Condo Anecdote

This is at least worth a brief mention. Another unit has come up for sale in the condo complex in my neighborhood that was the subject of my first anecdotal post. Actually, it’s not “another unit” but rather the same unit that sold just over a year ago. In December 2005 Unit #6 was bought […]

If the MLS is an advertisement…

At the risk of beating a dead horse, I’d like to continue Friday’s conversation about the re-listed house on Avondale. Thanks to yet another reply by Ms. Reed as well as a series of replies from Ardell, it has finally gotten through my thick skull that “cancel and relist” is different from “let expire and […]


Anecdote: Reloaded

Many of you may remember the million-dollar new construction that I’ve been following since June of last year. Recall that it was originally listed at $1,625,000, has seen four separate price reductions (down to $1,275,000—28% off), and was most recently re-listed with a new brokerage and a shiny new description. About a year ago I […]

Anecdote Extravaganza

It’s been a while since the last anecdote post, so I thought now would be a good time for an update. First up, let’s go way back to early June. Remember the million-dollar new construction in Redmond? It was originally listed in mid-May for $1,625,000, and the last time we checked in it had taken […]