In an amazing feat, a local home has sold for more than the requested price. June Everest of W 92nd in Cansellus put her 6,991 square foot home on the market after Thanksgiving for $400,000. She buit the home three years ago for nearly three quarters of a million dollars. "The realtors said if I asked for less than the fair market analysis I would get an offer frenzy." said June. After spending $8,000 in professional staging, the home was presented to the market in a series of open houses and garnered a large amount of interest. Within a month an offer was presented which June could not resist, "$402,000 was more than I could have ever imagined getting to get out of here" said June. Asked where her future bed lay, June was noted as saying "we just built a house in Goodyear next to the oil wells and I think that will be a great relief from the stresses we face living in this charged environment of public concern and potential contamination, the oil wells confirm we will never have neighbors as opposed to here where the Outdoorsy Department is trying to build on the open space." The sales of Junes home marks a remarkable 57 dollar a square foot sales price and we expect residents are going to be quick to take advantage of that.
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