Weekend Report!

10 Roberta Lane gets close to its asking price of $3,100,000, closing today at $3,050,000, new street record!

10 Roberta Lane gets close to its asking price of $3,100,000, closing today at $3,050,000, new street record! List: Heather Platt.  Sell: Renee Gallagher.

Ok, sorry, slacking off again, dammit. As a consolation, here’s two week’s worth of activity!

For the 2-week period Monday, November 4th – Friday, November 15th:

29 closings, including these two land listings

32 executed contracts, including these three land listings

29 accepted offers- no link till they’re signed (but that’s a whole lot for this time o’ year, dude)

Weekend Report

33 Highland Farm Road, asked $6.5M, got $6.1M. Sold for $6.9M back in 2005. List: John Horton Sell: Doris Sisley

33 Highland Farm Road (just off upper Round Hill Road), asked $6.5M, got $6.1M. Sold for $6.9M back in 2005.
List: John Horton
Sell: Doris Sisley

For the week just passed…

16 closings, including this land listing, and these two multi-families.

10 executed contracts, including this multi-family.

And, get this, 27 accepted offers (will link when deals get signed)! That, my friends, is a busy market. In late October. Amazing.

Waterfront Still Selling!

73 Club Road, $9.5M, annouces a deal, just 2 weeks since hitting the market.

73 Club Road, $9.5M, annouces a deal, 2 weeks after hitting the market.

73 Club Road has a deal. You’ll recall this was my listing last time around, when it sold  for $8,000,000, in December, 2010. (Here’s the previous listing)

You’ll also recall, this was 2.62 acres of waterfront, on one of Riverside’s most desireable streets. It is sub-divided into two lots, but will probably be used by the buyer to build one house. It doesn’t hurt, by the way, that the most likely building site is around 25 feet above mean high-tide.

It took me 320 days (and a million-dollar price reduction, from $9.95M down to 8.995M) to get it sold. This time?, broker Barbie Jackson appears to have gotten it done in 2 weeks!

Did the seller make a quick million+, just for holding the property for 3 years? If so, that would be impressive, but not as impresssive as investor Chris Shumway’s reward for holding 204 Otter Rock Drive, in Belle Haven. He purchased the 3.14 acre parcel in April, 2005, for $10.875M, held it for seven years, then sold it for $13.750M in April, 2012, a hefty $2.875M premium!

For The Week: 32 Accepted Offers

75 Clapboard Ridge Road, $10.995M. As the French are fond of saying, "Oooh, la lå!"

75 Clapboard Ridge Road, $10.350M, accepted offer. As the French are (reportedly) fond of saying, “Oooh, la lå!”

And yes, these are all carefully “vetted” (no, not by Dr. Goldstein); no repeats, no mere status upgrades, just genuine new deals, all made in the last week.

32 accepted offers, including…

6 executed contracts (skipped “accepted offer” status)

1 multi-family

1 land listing

UPDATE: For The Week 30 Accepted Offers, Final Count

North Maple gets a deal!

422 North Maple Ave, $4.995M, gets a deal! Listing broker Shelly Tretter Lynch, Sotheby’s Realty.

Made it to 30, again! This removes all doubt; Houston, we have a lift-off.

30 accepted offers (price range $370,000-8,500,000) which includes

1 land listing

1 multi-family

1 executed contract (skipped “a/o” status)