25 Woodpark, Balinteer (-265k, -40%)

Was 665k, 645k
property-vultures.com/History/386010.html

Now 575k
daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=386010

No. 22 previously dropped from 975k to 875k
viewtopic.php?f=23&t=12777

www.daft.ie/1386010

Now 520,000

Down 145k, down 22% overall

No sq footage mentioned in ad

daft.ie/1386010

Now €495,000

History
date event
16 December 2009

* Price changed: from '€520,000' to '€495,000'

Back up 5k to 1/2 mill. Sure why not!

daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=490365

date event
28 January 2010
* Price changed: from ‘€495,000’ to ‘€500,000’

Back down to 495K. Probably to sneak in to people’s searches where they have the bar at 1/2 mill. I cant think of any other reason for a paltry 5k drop.

Eh, it would still show up in a search for 500k and below if it was priced at 500k. Do people do searches for 499k and below? :stuck_out_tongue:

Yes, but the myhome maps will show a 500k house as a different colour to a 499k house, so there is a differential there that may appeal. And of course 4 ninety nine sounds better than a fiver :slight_smile:

480k
daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=490365

Price changed: from ‘€480,000’ to ‘€450,000’ [Found by n/a]

"Brief Description changed: UNDER OFFER - Ring NOW for current offer. "

Hah!! Yes its under offer and it’s dropped price. I don’t think so.

Actually it makes perfect sense.
Originally asking €480k, someone offers €450k.
Seller then drops the asking price to €450k in an effort to find another bidder and get the price up.

Interesting insight. Thanks

Then again, maybe not. There’s another house for sale by the same agent in the same estate with the same quote attached.daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=393481&search=1

I’m not saying thats definately the reason in this case, just giving an example where it could apply.
Incidentially, your link doesn’t work.

Doesn’t under offer really mean “We have an offer in but we want more money”

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … eer/178308

Now 430K.

400k
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … nue/404100

Now 360k (-305k, -45.9%)

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … nue/404100

I’d hazard a guess and say €360k brings us back to c2003, maybe even earlier.

How can the brochure highlight a “Genuine Jacuzzi Bathroom” and then not have a picture of it??

And why the hell can’t these bloody EAs ever enter the photos in a coherent order? Garden > Bedroom > Kitchen Pic 1 > Exterior shot > Dining Room > Kitchen Pic 2…it’s bloody infuriating.

Pic 11 shows a bit of it