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    173K for a condo?!?!

    Crazy. There's an open house on 105th today from 11 - 2 that's priced at 173k. It's nice and updated but that price is nuts. It's only one car garage and 1430 sf. I'm gonna have to be a lookeyloo later on this afternoon.

    Have been scoping out SF open houses here from time to time. I have seen a few really sloppy flips.

    But places here are still moving fast. That is if they're priced right out of the gate.

    No, I'm not a realtor and this is not an advertisement lol.
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    The condo is very nice. Redone by the owner who inherited it with a close eye to detail. New bathrooms, kitchen, windows, flooring, a/c. Truly nothing to do besides move in. The only thing is the price seems a little high. Condo association does not allow rentals.

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    The whole pricing thing is exploding in front of our eyes E. Seriously; this one went up two weeks ago and I thought it was off the charts high. Drove by today and there was a pending sign on it. Admittedly it is gorgeously done, take a look and you will see what i mean.

    Then look at the price and you will see why I was stunned.
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    That's unbelievable. It's beautiful from the pictures, but interesting to see what it actually sells for. I had noticed the for sale on that corner for a couple of weeks, but because of the price it wasn't on my radar.

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    I looked at the pictures and love the kitchen. I wish I could have gone inside.

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    It's good to look around and see what's out there. The place on 105th was done very neatly. I'm a stickler for sloppy painting and I notice little details in how clean a place is as well. I always have to remember not to turn out the lights when I leave a room while in an open house, lol.

    The thing that impressed me about the one on 105th,.(besides the new windows), is that all the dark molding and original dark doors had been replaced. They also got rid of the glass shower doors in both bathrooms. After awhile you get sick and tired of cleaning them. They're easy enough to remove so we're probably going to get rid of them too.

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    Back to the patio home on Del Webb, you just never expect the price to go that high on one of them. The pool was a really nice addition and a surprisingly decent size.

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    It was just a year ago i was telling viewers on this site $100 dollars a square was the ballpark on single family homes that had minor renovations. Vintage, something less; full blown, well done flips good get as high as $150 per sq. Between the success of KHov and the massive number of flippers buying up anything that is close to reasonably priced, that equation has changed.

    Sun City home values went up over 11% last year, and this year looks to be more of the same. I check out Zillow on a daily basis and the homes coming on the market are all over the map. Vintage can still be found under a $100 a square, but they go fast. Should be another great year for the PIF, too bad so much of it is being shoveled at golf.
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    As much as I love Sun City, I would not be buying anything until the lawsuit is resolved and the dust settled. Appeals could drag this out even further. You really don't know what you are buying into until this is settled. The return of PIF money could have a devastating financial impact. There are just too many unknown variables at present. I wonder if brokers are disclosing these issues to potential buyers as they would ethically, and possibly legally, be required to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BPearson View Post
    too bad so much of it is being shoveled at golf.


    How much and what is being targeted for golf? Why does the community continue to pour a disproportionate amount into a dying game? Looks like a vocal minority has control over the Board. The opportunity cost of golf at SC is staggering. Think of the community center that could have been built. **

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