72 Hillcrest Park Road, $2.495 million, 30 days on market.
15 Linwood, $1.599 million, took 5X as long, probably because of price: the first price of $1.725 was steep for what is essentially a three–bedroom house. Plus, when the owners moved out (this was a relocation move) they took with them the beautiful furnishings and decorations Mrs. Owner (friend of mine) had installed, and the house went back to looking as it did when I sold it to the sellers some years ago. When I sold it, it was bank owned and we got it for a song, so the barren walls and rooms weren’t so daunting; bump it up some hundreds of thousands of dollars and it’s not so inviting. My guess on final sales price? $1.450.