- Jun 19, 2009
We are hosting a client from Germany via Airbnb that just purchased a very nice two story house that was on sale for a few years in our development. She told me that she had interest in 5 other houses on the north coast previously and they all sold before she could put in an offer, so this house was her 6th choice. She said the buyers were mostly Canadians who were purchasing the properties after viewing the listings on the Internet and completing the deals remotely. (Is that Canada bashing?) The German has the house under contract and she plans to finish the deal by the end of May.
The game is certainly afoot on the north coast in the housing market 200K US and lower.
Same here in LT.
Buyers who haven't even spent a week here buy properties, others sight unseen through internet. I find that amazingly risky or I must be poor, lol
Same for long term rentals, shitty houses going for 1,500 USD per month