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this is the closest thing comparable---hope it sells!

Posted by fallingwaters (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 5, 12 at 8:43

we have such a unique property that there are no comps for it. i found this which sounds very similar, though we have a much,much more desirable location, and sounds like a house with nicer materials and features.
i don't know how they came up with this price--hope to heck they get it,lol!
http://www.phoenixbusinessproperties.com/PropertySearch.cfm?ID=4171391


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RE: this is the closest thing comparable---hope it sells!

Perhaps you should consider a petition to rezone your property commercial then.


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RE: this is the closest thing comparable---hope it sells!

we already are zoned for residential and mixed commercial use, a wedding facility or inn or mountain biking destination would all be welcome here.


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RE: this is the closest thing comparable---hope it sells!

If your property and this one can both be used for things like weddings, resorts, etc do you worry that having 2 on the market at the same time will detract from your sales price, or would it increase it?

I'm not asking a leading question, I'm really wondering because I can see it going both ways. On one hand you could have a situation where people who see the other property will also view yours and possibly like it better. OTOH you could have a situation where one party is interested in a wedding or resort location, buys that one, and then other folks look at the market and say, "this area can't support 2 facilities like that, I guess I'll look elsewhere."


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