40% Drop in Price for High End Marin House

40% Drop in Price for High End Marin House

Just a quick post:

Here is a listing for a high-end house in Kentfield (rather, a house that will be built) whose price has dropped 40% in one month if you can believe the realtor’s November, 2005 appraisal claim that is (makes one think twice about the possibility of appraisal fraud in Marin County). I’ve already entered it into the Marin Address Pricing History thread for future reference.

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