$1.3 million. 74% of original asking price ($1.750 million), tax assessment, $1,609,000. The MLS records will, surprise, show this as yet another “7% of asking price” statistic because its last asking price was $1.395, but you now know better.
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According to Zillow this house sold for $2,190,900 in August of 2006. If that is true, the seller’s loss on this property is significantly more striking than the asking price discount.
Yes, but it looks like the property passed from “ROBBINS JULIA SEVERANCE TR ” to “ROBBINS LOUISE N TR ” so from one trust to another with trustees that may very well be related, so other considerations could be included on the prices.
Wouldn’t a good realtor earn his/her 5% and at least take a photo that didn’t have leaves all over the yard? For one, it makes the yard look sloppy, and secondly, it’s obvious it’s been sitting on the market since at least last fall!
If anon1 is correct, that’s 40% off from what the seller paid in 2006… So I guess it’s official, Greenwich real estate is down 40% from the peak!
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