It Wound Up FlatPosted on Friday, March 7th, 2008 at 12:40am.
Now, 232 30th Place – formerly 3009 Highland – has closed for $1.271m, just $46k more than its July 2005 purchase price. A standard 2.5% buyer's agent commission would be $31k, meaning the sellers lost money if they paid their listing agent more than $15k.
MBC first took note of this listing in April 2007 (see "Decelerating Returns"), noting that the home had changed hands several times during MB's price runup. Here, again, are the recent sale prices:
- $510k in Oct. 1999
- $789k in July 2003
- $1.225m in July 2005
- $1.271m in March 2008
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