I bought a brand new home in Spain for $10,000.
The price jumped from $5.5 million to $6.2 million when the sale was finalized.
I called the seller and explained my concerns.
She said she thought she had the house appraised, but it had been sold and appraised in a previous sale.
She was looking to sell it again, but I wanted it to be a new house.
I asked her what her price would be now and she said it would be $8,000 more.
The seller said she had bought it in 2012, but hadn’t paid the mortgage on it for six years.
So I asked her if she could just sell it for $6,000 less.
She did, but for a very different reason: She wanted the price to drop because she was not in a position to pay the mortgage.
She wanted to sell the house to a friend or family member.
She wanted to go bankrupt.
So she agreed to sell for $4,000 lower.
This time, I paid the seller the same price as I had in 2012.
And now the house is worth $6 million.
I don’t know if I would have had a house sale if I didn’t make the sale, but if I had made it earlier, I wouldn’t have been able to sell a house for that amount.