Housing Market Achilles Heels and Deal Breakers
Experience has taught me that if something’s been on MLS for more than a week and looks too good to be true . . . it invariably is.
The latest reminder of that was an $80k Hopkins home that I just showed this afternoon.
Actually, two: 1) the tub — in a home with 1 bathroom — that you had to be under 4′ tall to stand up in (my client missed by 2 feet-plus); and 2) the very low overhead (ouch!!) to reach the second floor.
You still gotta go look, though, just to be sure.
P.S.: And if the property’s been on the market less than one week?
Then the Buyer (and their agent) has to worry about multiple offers and Seller response time.