Something’s in the air over by 7311 Dunfield Avenue – besides the LAX airplanes flying overhead. A three-bedroom, two-bath property has switched hands as of late February. The price tag? 7311 Dunfield sold for $730,000.
Now, this was no fast sale. The home first listed in late August for $798,000. The owners slashed the price in mid-October to $759,000. (Okay, so that’s only less than 5%, but we’re talking Westchester here.) It wasn’t until January, when the sellers dropped another $11,000 to $748,000 that they hooked a buyer. After going off the market on the 23rd- then back on, on the 28th -then off on the 30th, 7311 Dunfield finally sold. Why was this a case of a ping-pong listing? Maybe the buyer backed off and then the deal was on again. If you have any ideas, let me know.
Average days on the market for a home that’s north of Manchester and east of Sepulveda is currently 94. So 7311 is shall we say – “above average”, but not in a good way.
On another note, one of my “Am I Hot Or Not” properties has already come off the market after a measly 12 days. Well, almost. The listing says they’re still looking for back-up offers. This one is another Dunfield property. But case in point – they priced it right and the property does look smokin’ hot!
In case you like what you see about these homes, here are a few others in the immediate area that are selling that you can keep an eye on.
7207 El Manor Ave./3bd, 1.75 bth/$839,000
6440 Nancy St./3bd, 2bth/$849,000
7320 Ogelsby Ave./3bd, 1.75bth/$1,069,000