|It's kinda choppy hillybilly but I read it few times over, but really can't follow the progressive logical thought BUT the gest is a Yes vote for Asking price to sell anything. But I'm still trying to understand the merits or value in Asking prices when all that matters is either what price it actually sold for or what it didn't sell for as stated earlier both what will work or what won't work & what you must do to get it to work. Let's say there's no sales history of accepted prices, but many unsuccessful deals both historical data are valuable knowledge if used appropriately with skill, BUT Again Again that's per region & during a certain time in history & maybe there's change in climate such as a sudden surge of desirability or perhaps a sudden drop in desirability or maybe they closed that class or that year is no longer allowed or suddenly it is allowed, BUT Again Again Again its worth what someone is willing to pay & supply & demand & desirability. Asking prices do nothing but tell you what some seller wants NOT what he's going to get. ON THE FLIP SIDE let's say seller says asking $1500 and multiple offers come in & they're all countering back & forth Asking means nothing again bc Seller might get much more than $1500 bc supply & demand. Demand is higher than supply so one makes an offer $200 higher than the other in a PROPER APPROPRIATELY LEGITIMATE ARMS LENGTH CONFIDENTIAL SALE where theres consequences for breech of confidentiality & UNETHICAL CONDUCT between/amoung parties or outside parties. A public auction is public & all offers are public, but there's private and/or silent auctions, timed auctions, reserve auctions, non-reserve auctions, cyber auctions, telephone auctions (and/or hybrids of any of these) & round robin auctions etc.. All are legal if the rules & terms of the sale are disclosed to all parties before the sale starts. To the few, You See there now he brought up intellegent respectful valid points & he got like in kind. It's a 2 way street. Kindness begets kindness. Same for Same.
Last edited on Sat Jun 9th, 2012 03:29 am by Christ Holtz