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Old 07-12-2019, 09:05 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I found 110 homes for sale in my ZIP code between $100,000 and $300,000. Well, now I see 163. Well, forget me, right? Whenever I look at houses up here I see ones that have been for sale for hundreds of days. The last page of Zillow shows 18 houses that have been on the market for 198 days or more. This one has been up for 1,235 days!

Did they give up and just never take it off the market? Maybe that is some kind of a mistake.

I wondered if 300 houses a year would even be possible up here. Even if there are 162 (at least one was counted twice), if they slowly sell...

I estimate there have been approximately 657 homes sold in this price range in the last year. In order to scan 300 in the next year, I would need to scan 45.6% of all homes sold. If I scan 1% it would be 6 or 7 and would bring in $1,800 or $2,100.

If I buy the $460 package, the $33 case, and a Rose Gold iPhone 7 32GB off BackMarket for $165.00 (the system does not work with Android!) it would cost $658 plus other miscellaneous costs.

Who ever sets a goal of 1%
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