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Monday, April 11, 2016

Sarah Palin's Arizona home still has not sold



Sarah's house went on the market in January for 2.499 million.

Now the price has been reduced to 2.735 million.

Well SarahPac can't buy it cuz in the last report they had less than $300,000 in cash.  And if they did that would be a lot of postage to explain.

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  1. Better check those figures. $2.735 is more than $2.499.

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    1. LOL, I just saw that too.It was reduced to an increase of...?

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  2. It's obviously over priced or it's the usual 'kiss of death' associated with anything touched by Sarah Palin! She's going to have to drop the price considerably more if she wants to move it!

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  3. Price was reduced on March 4, 2016 to $2,375,000 so it's probably time for another price reduction. TYPO's happen.....

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  4. Hmmmmmmmmm. I wonder how much it's insured for.
    Suspicious fires seem to happen in the Palin world.

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    1. Someone should put the fire department on alert down there! Also the i surance company - let them know the property is empty. (Way higher insurance costs than an occupied building!)

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  5. Once the fire happens... inspect for corpses.

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  6. That basketball court looks ridiculous. If any potential buyer gives it a second look, they'll have a few contingencies in that contract! I'm betting they'll drop the price at least twice before they see any interest. The buyers rarely offer full price and especially in this case. Bet the first offer is about 1, 750,000 and get rid of the basketball court - updates may be included as well.

    The palins name is a negative and the sharks are circling - agents SMELL desperation - they're already in a limited pool of buyers in that price range. The balance of power is with the buyers and their agent. All they have to do is read the papers, go online or even worse - word of mouth - to find out all they need to know in order to make an offer.

    That scorching summer heat is ahead - not the best time to entice buyers.

    Even more damaging is the house sat pretty much vacant with occasional visits from family members - that's a point of concern with experienced buyers/agents since it suggests the property may not have been properly maintained.

    Just my opinion but I believe her best chances would be with a buyer as fruit loopy as her.

    That family has also engaged in violent, drunken behavior and the recent hit on toad is enough to scare anyone - I wouldn't feel 100% safe or assured this house is safe from future crazies and I sure as hell wouldn't EVER want to do business with any Palin for any reason.

    The property has a stigma now. Multiple price reductions increase the perception of desperation on the sellers side - price reductions are a risky business. I hope she's starting to notice how fall she's fallen from 'grace'. Nobody gives a shit about her anymore. She's poison.

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  7. Here's a link to the Zillow.com listing:

    http://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/Scottsdale-AZ/8037192_zpid/54346_rid/5-_beds/2000000-2750000_price/7098-9760_mp/any_days/33.909175,-111.392785,33.427429,-112.285424_rect/10_zm/?3col=true

    If that doesn't work, go to Zillow.com. Enter Scottsdale AZ into the search box, scroll down the listings to 29005 N 82nd St, Scottsdale.

    Purchased in May 2011 for $1,695,000.
    Click on the Price History -- property was bought on foreclosure for $803,000 then sold, apparently to the Palin's, for $1,695,000.

    Palin's listed it in December 2015 for $2,499,000. Reduced price 3/4/16 to $2,375,000.

    Been on market now for 111 days. Give it another 30 days and the price will come down again.

    Click on PRICE THIS HOME and you'll see that homes like this one are selling for a hair over $2 million.

    Click on NEIGHBORHOOD - PINNACLE PEAK, where you'll see the median price for the neighborhood is a little over $800,000.

    The Palin's will sit on this dog for a LOOOOONG time.

    Didn't Bristol "own" a house near Phoenix at one time? Does she still have that one?

    I assume all this property was paid for by one of the LLC's the Palin's use to launder money.

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    1. When you look at the property on Google Earth you will notice several vacant lots in that area. One just on the other side of the neighbor to the east. Some of them must be for sale for the right price. So why wouldn't someone buy one of those and build the house they want instead of taking over this mess.

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  8. Check out the house on Google Earth:

    29005 N 82nd St, Scottsdale, AZ

    This house is located in a "horsey" area. Look carefully on Google Earth and you'll find most of the houses in the neighborhood have stables; horse trailers parked around the stables; dressage practice rings; lots of square and rectangular fenced-in areas with jumping barricades. None of these on the Palin property.

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  9. 2.375 million dollars to smell the neighbors' horseshit? Thousands of flies around all summer? Karma is a bitch.

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  10. Who builds a swimming pool in the front yard?

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    1. The pool was built by the builder before the Palins purchased it. The house was not finished and was a foreclosure that was purchased to finish and flip. The property was landscaped and appeared to have grass and a sprinkler system. The pool is not in front yard.....

      This is a community of horse properties. The problem with this home is the fit with the location. The Palins had the sport court etc put in and replaced the grass with fake turf. The other issue is the furnishings as it looks like they shopped at one of those Furniture Deals stores, Bed, Bath, and Beyond, and accessorized it from Hobby Lobby. Otherwise, the house is pretty typical Phoenix fake Pueblo.

      It is going to take a lot of heat and dust before they get a "rill dill" on this property.

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  11. If it's garish, it's Palin!

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