Why I won’t sell my house for $1.5 million: Why I don’t want to buy it

Why I won’t sell my house for $1.5 million: Why I don’t want to buy it

August 22, 2021 Comments Off on Why I won’t sell my house for $1.5 million: Why I don’t want to buy it By admin

Posted July 15, 2019 10:16:04When the property was listed for sale in April, the house was listed at $1,637,500.

Today, it is worth about $2.7 million, according to real estate agent Richard Jones.

That’s because the property has seen a slight price appreciation, Jones said.

That means the price has risen by about 1 percent over the past month.

It also means the house has appreciated by about 9 percent since April, Jones explained.

The real estate agency has put a lot of pressure on the buyer to make a deal.

Jones and his team have been getting calls from buyers asking to sell.

But he said it’s important to stay focused on the home’s value and not to get too caught up in price.

If the house were sold today, the seller would probably get more than the asking price, Jones told The Associated Press.

That’s because Jones and his agents will be able to keep the property on the market for as long as it takes to sell the house for what it is today, Jones says.

Jones also has several other properties that are available for sale that are worth more than what he’s selling them for.

He says he’s been getting offers on all of them.

For example, he’s currently negotiating on a property in Florida that is worth more that $2 million, Jones tells The Associated Post.

The property in Jacksonville is valued at $3.9 million, but the asking is $1 million.

Jones says the buyer will get a good price because he already owns the house.

Jones has sold about one-third of the properties that he’s listed for on the site.

He said he’s never been happier.

But the seller is still asking for a higher price, he said.

The most common reason for sellers to want to sell is that they want to save money, Jones added.

For example, the property is listed at a $2,000,000 asking price.

If the buyer saves $1 or $2 for each sale, he or she could save $200 to $300 a month, Jones explains.

Jones says he has a good track record of negotiating on behalf of clients.

And he says his goal is to be able, if the price of the house goes down, to save the buyer a lot more money in the future.