Tag: Stubborn

unsold 3 times at $1.795mm, 4 West 21 Street loft finally sells at $1.915mm

  hard for StreetEasy to follow the bouncing ball Different day, same (similar) story as yesterday. The folks who just sold the “1,518 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3D at 4 West 21 Street in Flatiron for $1.915mm made sporadic efforts

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very patient (and secretly negotiable) famous seller finally sells 497 Greenwich Street loft at 17% discount

  why do people do that? The seller of the “1,661 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6B at 497 Greenwich Street (the Winka Dubbeldam-designed Greenwich Street Project) told The Market she wanted $2.35mm, but when push (eventually) came to shove she

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330 Spring Street loft sells near par from 2006 (an improvement)

  celeb buyer does the deed Don’t you get tired of this relentless seller’s market stuff, with lofts closing higher, higher, and higher? My buyers certainly do! So this post is for them (and, perhaps, you), recounting the details of

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141 West 17 Street loft seller takes forever to sell at 7% discount

if at first you don’t succeed …?We’ve had two recent posts about rather long marketing campaigns that ended rather badly for the sellers. (November 6, 21 East 22 Street loft sells after long, painful price discovery, and November 10, 59

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price discovery was long + hard for 144 West 27 Street loft with 2 kitchens, 3 dishwashers

what was the plan here?The folks who just sold the “2,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4F at 144 West 27 Street seem to have bought it as two lofts in 1998 (for $662,000) yet never got around to (fully) combining

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130 Fulton Street loft with incomparable light comps out 3% above 2006 after 13 months of a boring price

stubborn is as stubborn doesThe last time I hit the near-Gehry Manhattan loft building 130 Fulton Street, I talked about a stubborn seller (in my August 11, 2011, stubborn seller of 130 Fulton Street loft takes 10% haircut). That July

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45 Crosby Street loft seller wins staring contest, sells at overall 9% discount before birthday

being stubborn can payThe sellers of the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6N at 45 Crosby Street wanted to get their price: holding at $2.85mm for 6 months, then holding at $2.75mm for the next 4 months that it took

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53 N. Moore Street loft finds right price, eventually, to sell, eventually

I love historyThere is much to love about the listing history of the “1,746 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 53 N. Moore Street (the North Moore) that sold eventually (in case you missed it in the title) for $2.3mm

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stubborn seller of 130 Fulton Street loft takes 10% haircut

yes, we have a word for the weekNow that we know that it is not a slur to call a seller with a sticky asking price “stubborn”, here’s another one: when the Manhattan loft #11B at 130 Fulton Street closed

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stubborn loft seller at 421 Hudson Street waits 1 year for contract

not a slur, honestWhen I call a seller “stubborn” I am talking about behavior, not character. (Note that I don’t call sellers “greedy”, though I may find sales efforts … inexplicable.) How other than “stubborn” to describe a seller who

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