I really appreciate the response guys. I talked to another realtor and his opinion was something around 135,000. He couldn't show me any realistic comps because there aren't any. Two broken down trailers out in the sticks and everything else is a quarter million dollars on up. The Corps of Engineers rules this lake with an iron hand and won't allow more boat slips. This area went from a population of 200k to 350k in the last few years so in my mind it seems like I'm getting ready to sell the one property everybody wants. Thats what is puzzling me about the attitudes of the agents I'm talking to --that the place will probably sell in the mid 135s when I already had it sold once for 140 just by word of mouth. I asked the agent how many calls they get for lake view homes with a slip and his response was 'hundreds'. So my notions are just reenforced about demand when they're getting hundreds of calls with no inventory. At first I was thinking maybe their superiors are preaching fast turn over. Now I kinda suspect that these agents are thinking in terms of negotiations with the buyer's agent-what arguements about price of square footage, age of the home versus appreciate rates,etc that a cookie cutter home in the burbs would go through. Questions far more sophisticated than the buyer would even know to ask. I know you guys are thinking "well, there's probably a lot wrong with this place that we couldn't know about such as schools, city services, condition of the place, etc, etc..Thats not the case as this place has all that as advantages. The only factor holding it back that I can think of is its a mid 70s style home. This is a really tuff call. One that means several K equity and one that its seems no one (but you guys-thanks!) is helping me make.
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