like for this house in the Tucson Foothills that was listed for,

$950,000 in late 2004

then reduced to $899,000, then upped to $935,000, then $899,000 again, then $1,200,000 (makes sense, play hard to get), then $1,365,000 (when in doubt, up the ante) then $1,319,300 (*that's* an interesting number), then $1,250,000, then $1,190,000, then $1,250,000 again (that $1,250,000 must be a lucky number), then $1,150,000, then $1,130,000, then $1,120,000, then oops! $999,000, then $975,000, then $899,000 yet again (it'll work this time), then $825,000, then $769,000, then $667,000, and then it SOLD, for $585,000, three & a half years later.

This really happened, I'm not making it up. Don't let it happen to you.

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