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Re: morning/weather/gardening

I think re-selling a condo is always a problem, mostly because they're fairly inexpensive and don't appreciate very much, and as they age the management fees drift upward--eventually making them noncompetitive with newer units. I have a friend who refinanced his [took all the money out of it he could without raising the payments more than a tad], then offered it "free" to anyone who would take over the payments and pay closing costs. He moved it, but it still wasn't fast.

On Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at 03:41 PM, <mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com> wrote:

My mother put her 9 yr old condo on the market the first of Sept, moved to
senior >apartments on a full care campus and the condo has not sold yet.
She says she will move >back if it does not sell by May much to my dismay.

Ceres, this sounds WAY too familiar. I moved my Mom to Iowa City in Nov
'02 and the house in Park Forest (near Chicago) hadn't sold by Nov '03.
So, she did move back, and is there now awaiting an offer...
At least her garden has been moved - to my yard! Just glad it is outside
and not considered clutter inside!
Iowa z4b

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