This blog is designed to educate the voting public on the dangers and evils of Sarah Palin and her ilk.
This link is long -- I hope it shows up so readers can click on it and read the history of 29005 N 82d St., Scottsdale.http://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/Scottsdale-AZ/8037192_zpid/54346_rid/2000000-2500000_price/7099-8874_mp/any_days/33.909175,-111.392785,33.427429,-112.285424_rect/10_zm/2_p/?3col=true221 days on the market. According to the PRICE/TAX HISTORY, on June 26 someone made then withdrew an offer to buy the house.According to the NEIGHBORHOOD: PINNACLE PEAK information, the median price of houses in the neighborhood is around $775,000 -- making Sarah's house 200% more expensive than the rest of the neighborhood.While it's possible the Palin's paid cash for the house thereby not having a monthly mortgage payment, they still are paying: insurance, upkeep, repairs, security, utilities, and the like. The house has got to be sucking cash out of the Palin bank accounts.
Need a 10 Commandments monument in the front yard. Praise Jeebus!ualrpublicradio.org/post/fundraising-underway-ten-commandments-monument-arkansas-capitol
$775,000 x 100% = $775,000$775,000 x 200% = $1,550,000$775,000 x 300% = $2,325,000
The property is garish, period, and "$arah Palin slept here" is certainly not a selling point.
Perhaps if she would erect a statue of limitations as an ode to fiscal conservatism in the front yard..........
Palin has way over-capitalized that dump, throwing away good money after bad right after she paid for the previous owner's renovations.IMO she should keep it until Piper graduates from manicure school.
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