A house at 1333 King Street reduced its price today to $4.695 from $4.895 – still a considerable price to pay even for such convenient airplane transportation. But check it out: Imposing stone facade in front but walk behind the sound stage and …uh oh – is that clapboard I see?
Daily Archives: November 9, 2011
421 W. Lyon Farm sold today for $837,000. It sold in 2008 for $1.075 million. I suspect that it would be better to rent one of these units now, rather than buy it, until the dust settles.
UPDATE: from sister Lorin, here’s the story I remembered about defective military parts.
Stock market’s down 400 (2 PM) and the new national security alert warning system is a dud. Elk hunting in Montana, anyone?
UPDATE: on the other hand, this guy says it’s a good time to buy (U.S.) stocks. Go figure.
Home buyers suckered into purchasing a house last year have lost an average of $14,000 in value in exchange for a tax credit of $8,000. This little magic trick was foisted on taxpayers by the National Association of Realtors, the homebuilders lobby and, of course, your favorite politician.