You’re Too Late

Posted on August 14, 2008 | by Denny Oh

Two days ago, a condo came on the market at The Grande, which was way under priced.  Yesterday I spent about an hour and half calling several of my clients, to tell them about the incredible deal Downtown.  Last night, I posted a blog about it.  Today, it’s in escrow.

 Who’s buying it?  I have no idea…but I do know they just madeabout $350K.  I’m only bringing this up because I want you to understand that when I tell you there’s a good deal that won’t last, I’m not just saying it as a scare tactic.  I mean it.

They don’t come up very often, but when they do, they move quickly.  If you’d like to be notified of great deals like this one, click here.  If there’s something specific that you’re looking for, let me know.  I’d be happy to help you.

Denny Oh  – 858-243-2092  –  [email protected]

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  1. Kurt Rein says:

    Wow, your blog from a few days ago was a big fat “told you so” about this unit in the Grande. I’ve been reading and enjoying your blogs for a few months now and you were certainly right about this one. It only adds to your credibility and thanks for doing what you do. Personally, I’m not even in the stratosphere of buying a 1.3 million dollar place, but it certainly helps in understanding where this market IS and where it’s going.

  2. Denny Oh says:

    Hey Kurt,

    This deal was insane! I called everyone I could think of to try and get them to buy this unit, but had no luck(except for my client who called me today).

    The media and people in general have been so negative towards real estate, that buyers can’t see a good deal even when someone begs them to listen. Granted, $1.25 million is a lot to spend, but I still think this was a no brainer. You could have bought this and flipped it for $100-200K more, no problem.

    Too bad you, nor I, had the money to buy it ourselves!

    Anyhow, thanks for reading and Kurt…just be ready to pull the trigger when I tell you about the next deal!