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Old 03-18-2009, 05:03 PM
 
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Hi, I just relocated back to my hometown and put my house on the market in Crescent City, CA. It is a three bedroom one bath home with an attached garage totaling 1100-1200 sq. ft. The bathroom was completely remodeled and painted inside and out. It has been on the market for the past 12 months and I have lowered the price to 179k and I am not settling for anything less.

If I had it my way I wouldn't be selling my home but my husband suffered some serious medial problems which resulted in us re-locating back to our hometown where we own a second home. I am still making my monthly mortgage and I work in Klamath, CA about 20 minuttes from Crescent City and about 2 hours one way from where I live in Hoopa, CA. So that means that I commute around 4-5 hours every day five days per week to my job.

I didn't have an option and the house is going to stay for sale but i wish I didn't have to seel it or move because I grew to love this town and so wish that we could continue to live there. Unfortunately we have severe medical bills and credit issues forcing us to sell. If anyone is interested or knows someone who might be, please contact me.

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Old 03-18-2009, 06:10 PM
 
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If a house has been on the market for a year and hasn't sold, it's overpriced. It's as simple as that. Not wanting to drop the price anymore, hoping a buyer will swoop in at the listed price, is naive and counterproductive. And, looking at a listing site, a one-bath property under 1,200 square feet for $179K is too much for the current Crescent City market, unless it has a lot of property or is right on the beach.
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:29 AM
 
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i can help give me an e-mail at goodworldanthony@yahoo.com so we can chat.
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