This Weekend’s Open Houses

33 The Point, Coronado Cays; 3 bedrooms, 3 baths; $2,595,000; contact Gwen Hovland at Willis Allen.

Whether you’re looking to buy or just a looky-loo, we’ve got you covered. Check out these open houses from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, and see what’s on the market in Coronado.

  • 444 Pomona Ave.; 5 bedrooms, 3 baths; $1,675,000; contact Gwen Hovland at Willis Allen.
  • 33 The Point, Coronado Cays; 3 bedrooms, 3 baths; $2,595,000; contact Gwen Hovland at Willis Allen.
  • 18 The Point, Coronado Cays; 3 bedroom, 3 baths; $1,695,000; contact Gwen Hovland at Willis Allen.
  • 1720 Avenida Del Mundo #1104, Coronado Shores; 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths; $3,500,000; contact Olga Stevens at Willis Allen.
  • 1760 Avenida Del Mundo #404, Coronado Shores; 2 bedrooms, 2 baths; $2,495,000; contact Olga Stevens at Willis Allen.
  • 1070 Coronado Ave.; 6 bedrooms, 6 baths; $4,400,000; contact Ruth Ann Fisher at Del Realty.


3 Comments

  • empowered2008

    What is a better strategy? reducing our home price on Open House (Sat) or the following Monday?
    My husband wants to wait until next Monday to lower the price if we still don’t get offers on this coming up weekend’s open house. Our listed price has been the same for the last 2 months with no bites. Any advice from the pros?
    We’ve had an open house every Saturday for the past 4 months with about average of 7 "groups" that stop by.

  • mss04

    If you have not been getting traffice I would lower it before the Open House to get more interest, The only way I would not lower it is if there were people writing contracts at the current price.
    References :
    Real Estate Broker VA, MD and DC

  • darinalvarezrealtor

    Traffic during an open house really means nothing as many people not interested in buying your house may visit just to be nosy. It is the people who contact you because of the open house to ask questions or to set up a showing for a second look that matter. If you don’t have at least 5% of your traffic calling, its a good chance you home is overpriced. Reduce the price the day of the open house or at least get the e-mail addresses of visitors so you can inform them of the price change afterward.
    References :
    http://www.darinalvarez.com

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