Sold in a Week Open House - Like an Answer to the Slow Economy

Reblogger Larry Johnston
Real Estate Agent with Broker, Friends & Neighbors Real Estate and Elkhart County Subdivisions, LLC RB14037276

Sold in a Week Open House - Like an Answer to the Slow Economy.

At times of Crisis the American ingenuity seems to always kick in, and Evelyn is now exception to the rule. It pays to think outside the box, which Evelyn does most of the time.  Just being around her is a lesson for us all.

Original content by Evelyn Johnston RB14036506
More Than Three acres of total quiet, occasional horse neighing, fresh air outside, clean air inside, and all of it will be SOLD to the highest and best offer under our new Sold in A Week Open House program. That's right, we are going to take the best offer on Sunday Night October 23rd, 2011! Home will be open for inspection Saturday October 22, from 1 to 5 pm and again on Sunday October 23rd from 1 to 5 pm. I will then call ALL the people who made offers on the home in a round robin fashion and let them know what the highest offer is. You will have another chance to make your offer the highest! If you are pre approved and are a serious Buyer, you don't want to miss this opportunity!
Home Sold to Highest and Best Offer at 7 pm*
*Sold in A Week Open House Home: NOT a HUD, IRS, “repo”, foreclosure, handy-man special or short sale. Simply a motivated seller. Asking price is Sold in A Week Open House opening offer ONLY. Seller has an undisclosed reserve price, that they may or may not go under. Home will be SOLD to Highest and Best Offer Sunday Night October 16, 2001 if offer is acceptable to Home Owner.


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Evelyn Johnston
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Wow Larry! Thanks for the re-blog and THANK YOU for the kind words!  You are my hero in my everyday life!

Oct 16, 2011 04:00 PM #1
Daniel H. Fisher (704) 617-3544 - Charlotte, NC
MCRP - Charlotte Real Estate, NC or SC

As long as the reserve price is below current market or current appraised value and this strategy builds a reputation for success, such an approch has some intrigue. In NC, auction license requirements would need to be investigated.

Oct 16, 2011 04:21 PM #2
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