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    Default Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    A friend of mine sent me this email he received about the real estate "Deal of The Day."


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    Hi all,

    I just listed a foreclosure property and I was able to get the bank to price it VERY aggressively.

    Check it out: http://portal.heartlandmls.com/Matri...tid=1&n=25&i=0
    http://portal.heartlandmls.com/Matri...DE-2128516-963

    This home is listed for $990,000. That is an approx $500K reduction over the last listing of $1.4 million, prior to bank getting the home. It is the former home of Brian McRae, major league baseball/Royals player, if that helps you remember the home better.


    It was priced as high as $1.9 million in 2009. There will be a virtual tour loaded soon, but listing just went up today and wanted to get the initial info out.

    If you have ANY buyers in the low million range, get out and see this. It is vacant and easy to show. I expect multiple offers and the final sales price to be just over $1million…if you hurry!

    Bank owned and selling As-Is…

    Thanks,

    Joel Viterna

    The #1 Koehler Bortnick Team

    Reece and Nichols Realtors

    Cell - 913-744-1936

    Fax - 913-239-2092

    www.JoelVHomes.com


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    Default Re: Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    I swear I just saw that house in a magazine, it was Alan Jacksons house. The country singer, not a baseball player.
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    Default Re: Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    We should all pitch in and get this house. I will gladly be the live-in caretaker.
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    Default Re: Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    the Alan Jackson one I saw I thought was listed for over 10 million and was like 5 bedroom and 7 bathrooms. From what the story said it was the highest priced house in nashville.

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    Front View of Alan and Denise Jackson's $38 Million Tennessee Mansion


    Front View of Brian McRae's $1 Million Missouri Crib

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    Rear View of Alan and Denise Jackson's $38 Million Tennessee Mansion


    Rear View of Brian McRae's $1 Million Missouri Crib

    Hey ifindit - I can see the definite similarities between the 2 homes. Maybe they used the same builder? Just kidding............


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    Last edited by Wingfoot; January 30th, 2010 at 07:11 AM.

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    Default Re: Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    Yep, you got me there, but you have to admit from the rear they are sorta similar....but I'll take ALan Jacksons anyday. Thanks for keeping me honest.
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    Default Re: Former Baseball Player Crib 4 Sale

    what would be my (pitch in price) ..........i would gladly take a closet !!!!! just to say that i live here!!!!! hahahahahahahaha
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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