MLS Watch: Prices go up (1400 Taylor), prices go down (Trio)

1400 Taylor

1400 Taylor decided after a month at $399,000 that it was time to up the price to $415,000. Best of luck with that.

Mosler

Mosler is now up to 23 units on the MLS. My favorite, and most expensive, is unit #1200 at $2,495,000 (now that’s a pricey flip! anyone know the original price?) for a whopping 2,400 square feet.

Mosler - 2720 3rd Ave Unit #1200, Seattle, WA

Trio

Trio has 9 units on the MLS and recently whacked #305 down from $489,950 to $409,950. Wow. Before trimming $80k off list they should have gone from 2 to 15 photos and updated their marketing description which is now months out of date. Shame on MCM.

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  • Nark

    Mosler #1200 originally sold for $2,150,000.

  • Nark

    Mosler #1200 originally sold for $2,150,000.

  • No doubt…that is a “pricey” flip.

    Speaking of ‘spensive flips…did you notice who bought the Bellora Penthouse?

  • No doubt…that is a “pricey” flip.

    Speaking of ‘spensive flips…did you notice who bought the Bellora Penthouse?

  • alev

    well, I love the Mosler. Better design, better materials! this building is gorgeous!

  • alev

    well, I love the Mosler. Better design, better materials! this building is gorgeous!

  • Reference my post on Mosler yesterday about what appears to be some issues there. Beautiful building, yes, but it looks like somethings up with water issues.

  • Reference my post on Mosler yesterday about what appears to be some issues there. Beautiful building, yes, but it looks like somethings up with water issues.

  • Mark W

    Re Mosler – the Mosler blog punch list entry has a lot of comments on the lack of soundproofing between units (as well as more typical new building issues). Good design may get your attention, but keep an eye on the actual implementation, too.

  • Mark W

    Re Mosler – the Mosler blog punch list entry has a lot of comments on the lack of soundproofing between units (as well as more typical new building issues). Good design may get your attention, but keep an eye on the actual implementation, too.