The First Horse Out Of A Burning Barn Gets Scorched The Least

From a Short Seller’s Journal Subscriber: I just read the piece on Denver homes and the idea of taking a lower price. $100,000 less jumped out. We are selling our overpriced turkey in the clouds in a posh area of Nevada where stupid money goes to die.
Our contract price is $115,000 less than an appraisal done 4 months ago. All the realtors think that prices in the hills will continue upwards. I know better and locales like this are primed for a very ugly drop. That’s our reason for taking $115,000 less than appraisal value
The first horse out of a burning barn gets scortched the least . Thank you for that tip Worth the price of the newsletter times 10 or 20…

This post was published at Investment Research Dynamics on July 14, 2017.