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Re-listing Wool Over Buyers' Eyes?

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Consummate conspiracy theorist Patrick.net delivers the gloom n' doom: "Sale prices are always given as an absolute number, without context. The reality is that falling prices can be masked to some extent by a longer number of days on the market. . . Realtors know that increasing days on market proves that a house is not worth the asking price. That’s why they commonly try to scam users by re-listing a house as if it just came on the market." [Patrick.net]