In the course of my open house rounds, I see properties that are listed for as little as $300,000 and as much as many millions, well into the double digits.
You might expect me to go gaga (sorry, Lady) over the most expensive ones. And they obviously do make a strong impression, but they begin to look the same after a while.
I find that I can pretty well predict how a high-priced property will look even before I go through the door whether in a pre-war or a post-war building. It’s the exceptions at various price points that get my heart beating fast, however. Continue reading