Denver, Colorado 2021-06-19 14:10:47 –
The damaged Colorado Springs home, sold as a “slice of hell,” far exceeded its asking price and sold less than a week after the list of properties spread by word of mouth.
“It was insane,” said Mimi Foster, a local real estate agent with 30 years of experience. “In three days, we had over 500 text messages, 300 emails, 22 actual offers, and about 50 text offers.”
On Saturday morning alone, the property list received more than 807,000 clicks on Redfin.
“If you own a slice of your little hell and dream of turning it into a part of heaven, you don’t have to look anymore,” read the list written by Foster.
3,598 square feet 4525 Churchill Court House Listed on Tuesday for $ 590,000.
Out-of-state sellers have accepted offers from couples in their local neighborhood, Foster said.
“There were many lively offers, but they (buyers) were locals in the neighborhood, which is one of the reasons their offers were accepted,” Foster said. “Buyers grew up in the neighborhood. They have friends in the dead end. They are anxious to bring it back to its majestic glory. They didn’t get the best offer. They took the best offer. It was. “
Like many parts of Colorado, the Colorado Springs housing market is on fire. In May, single-family homes sold at 105% of the average asking price in nine days, according to the Colorado Real Estate Association.
Churchill Court’s house sold in four days. The buyer is inspecting the property on Sunday and has a contract to close it by July 9.
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