Sunday, July 12, 2009

No Fraud Here

Jun 12, 2009 Listed $ 58,000 -- MRMLS #I09064513
Sep 16, 2008 Sold $142,200 -36.6%/yr Public Records
Jul 27, 2006 Sold $377,500 51.6%/yr Public Records
Sep 18, 2003 Sold $115,000 17.7%/yr Public Records
Mar 17, 2000 Sold $65,000 -24.2%/yr Public Records
Oct 23, 1998 Sold $95,860 3.0%/yr Public Records
Aug 28, 1996 Sold $90,000 >1,000%/yr Public Records
May 15, 1996 Sold $45,000 >1,000%/yr Public Records
May 08, 1996 Sold $39,000 -70.4%/yr Public Records
Oct 10, 1995 Sold $78,773 -- Public Records

Refin listing here.

I mean come on. July 2006, $377,500? A worn out 1924 construction in a run down part of San Berdoo?


Sweet Cashback said...

Chirp, chirp, chirp......first again? Slow day today.

Sweet Cashback said...

Everybody must be out spending those IOU's on some $377500 deals....

Rob Dawg said...

getting hits just no comments. I'll have to put up some babe pics.

Lou Minatti said...

I was gonna be First to say this house is a real shithole.

Tyrone said...

The Great Housing Bubble was a sight to behold. But remember, it doesn't matter if you were a buyer, seller, or profiteer of any sort, all the bubble dollars MUST BE RETURNED.

Does everyone understand this? It will be returned in some fashion, unless you can protect it. Things are really going to heat up.

E said...

I drove through that neighborhood last week to show my kids what their lives would be like if they didn't get a good education and work hard.

That is truly the worst place in the world.

Rob Dawg said...

I hope you turned off the air conditioner. ;-)

Agent #777 said...

I might consider it if they reduce the property tax. Is there any chance of that occurring, or is $7655 per year a fair amount for a house such as this?

Rob Dawg said...

Noticed that did you? The first $3500 is not negotiable. The rest is 1.1% of the ultimate sales price.

TJandTheBear said...

During the height of the bubble I commented to my better half that "this is the best time to get rid of the worst houses."