Update on Charleston Peninsula Homes for Auction – February/March

Update 6/16 203 Fishburne has dropped its price to $79,890 from $112,500 and it is still sitting there. 39 N. Enston came back on the market 4/18 for $96,000 and has now dropped the price to $82,900. 55 Carolina sold yesterday for $266,000 (pretty much what I said it would go for - I love being right. 😉 ) 11 Judith came on the market 3/18 for $1,190,000.  It's such a pretty house and it's newer construction.  The problem is there are 30 other homes available in that price range.  If they dropped it to $875,000 I think it would go fast but I doubt that would happen since the bank has ...click to read more...
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