I missed this property’s reported sale last week. $2.450 million, which seems a lot better than its asking price a year ago of $3.685. Next time you’re insulted by what you consider to be a low offer, understand that it’s sales like this that encourage them. I usually don’t show houses when first listed if they’re grossly over-priced because the owners aren’t ready to hear a realistic bid and it just annoys them. My philosophy is, if someone else jumps at the first price, God bless them – I’ll have saved my clients from a serious blunder. Usually though, that doesn’t happen.