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The oddest thing I have been asked to sell so far?

As a Realtor you get asked to sell all sorts of houses, from condos to luxury mansions and everything in between.

I recently got asked to sell a nice flat covered parking space at Saint David's Park in Wayne, PA. Yes, a single solitary space in a garage, which has restrictions, of course. It can only be sold to an owner within Saint David's Park. But is is covered and your car will be clean when you dive it out of the garage.

Of course having just has the hardest winter in decades who would not want a nice covered garage space for their car, whether is a Maserati or a Toyota. Most condos with a parking space in this development sell for significantly higher prices, imagine the benefit, not just having your car protected but adding value to your condo as well at the same time.

Looking back over sales over the last four years my seller selected a listing price of $9,500,  not quite sure how much that is per square foot, but it is deeded, has it's own tax number, has an assessment and you pay taxes of $77 per year as of 2013 for the space.

So, if you live in Saint David's Park or know someone who does who wants a parking space give me a call, 610-203-4543, and let's get this parking space moving.

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Comment balloon 1 commentNick & Trudy Vandekar, 610-203-4543 • March 21 2014 12:39PM

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Can't say that I've seen that one before Nick!  Good luck finding a buyer, sounds like a nice amenity to have, especially after this winter.

Posted by John Meussner, #MortgageMadeEasy Walnut Creek, CA 484-680-4852 (Mason-McDuffie Mortgage, Conventional Loans, Jumbo Loans, FHA, 203(k), USDA, VA,) over 4 years ago

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