Why panic induced buying is wrong


Is listing homes for less than the market value an ethical tactic?  I don’t think so, plus if you are the seller and you don’t get higher bids, how can raise your price now?

From today’s Globe:

Three hundred people came through the open house, 25 made offers, and the bidding war lasted eight rounds and four days. By the time it was over, in early March, the owners of the 2½-bedroom, one-bath condo in Brookline — on a busy street, but tastefully decorated and near the Longwood Medical Area — accepted an offer that was tens of thousands of dollars above the $570,000 asking price.

Eric Glassoff, the listing broker, a man with 13 years of experience, said he could have listed the property at a higher price, “but then we wouldn’t have made as much money.”

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AD Makepeace launches Redbrook in Plymouth

AD Makepeace launches Redbrook a 1200 home green development on 1300 acres in southwest Plymouth.

12 Tribes campus approved in downtown Plymouth

The Zoning Board of Appeals approved the application of the 12 Tribes religious community to expand and remodel their existing holdings in downtown Plymouth, the project will include a private theater, new store, residences and a court yard linking the campus together.

New Plymouth Town Hall making progress

New Plymouth Town Hall