When times are tough, luxury real estate buyers seem to have the control—with a decrease in demand and an increase in the available supply, sellers become more eager to offload their property, and prices become very negotiable.
In an explosive market, however, sellers can pretty much name their price on any kind of property and expect to find at least one or two interested parties. Want proof?
It’s no secret that San Francisco real estate has gone nuts—while many younger or lower income residents are protesting the rising cost of living in the city, luxury home owners have rejoiced as their property values literally skyrocketed.
And now, for the first time in 19 years, the Flintstone house, located in the Bay-area suburb of Hillsborough, has gone…