Started at: €469K after many drops down to €350K
Bounced up to 370k
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Taking advantage of the MIR ending me thinks.
That or the dead cat bounce.
I don’t understand why EA increase prices mid way through a sales campaign. Surely if there is demand at the lower asking price people will bid it up to the higher asking price.
Usually it’s not the EA, but regardless I think this strategy is seriously flawed.
Assuming they wern’t getting the asking price to begin with, the best you can expect any lift to do is bring bids up to the (original) asking.
The pin is littered with examples of vendors not reducing their price fast enough on the way down.
Are we going to see the same results as vendors increase their askings on the way up ?
Will make for some new forums eg “Dublin South Rises” and discussions
Always assuming there is a way up and not just a dead cat.
That one puzzles me, too. Bizarre.
Apparently more money is needed to make the move to Merrion and offer of €355k is on the table according to EA.
Viewed it recently and it feels quite small and the garden is a joke. There is the neighbour’s massive shed that eats into the back garden as if a UFO has landed in the back yard.
Though the interior finish is quite nice.
Was it a 3 or 4 bed ?
2.5 - 2 D + 1s