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06-29-2022 , 02:54 PM
Take that as a positive! You'll be netting more than anticipated! Good luck.
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07-01-2022 , 09:07 AM
My brain is a roller coaster. Almost every day another unit in our complex is up for sale. None are selling. The only not-negative thing I can think about is that ours is literally twice as big as any unit for sale. There are only 4 units as large as ours and none have ever been up for sale as long as I've lived here.

The hardcover version of the first book is done and I've ordered samples. Still have some technical issues with amazon on the softcover but hopefully they get ironed out soon.
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07-01-2022 , 10:00 AM
Do children's books typically do better in hard and soft covers, rather than in digital editions?
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07-01-2022 , 11:56 AM
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Do children's books typically do better in hard and soft covers, rather than in digital editions?
That's a mighty fine question.

My knowledge of such things is almost nil.

I haven't really sold enough to know. And, I haven't even created digital editions, although I think I will now.

For the most part I've written these for my own entertainment. I'm beyond horrible at self promotion. I haven't really tried to market them at all. Although, I think I will try to up my game in this respect.
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07-01-2022 , 12:01 PM
the books aren't your primary source of income?
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07-01-2022 , 12:04 PM
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the books aren't your primary source of income?
LOL, not the source of any income aorn.
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07-01-2022 , 12:12 PM
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My brain is a roller coaster. Almost every day another unit in our complex is up for sale. None are selling.
Everything sells quickly if you price it right. You need to decide what is more important to you - selling quickly and getting out or squeezing every last dollar out of some theoretical "my house is worth this".
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07-01-2022 , 01:56 PM
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Everything sells quickly if you price it right. You need to decide what is more important to you - selling quickly and getting out or squeezing every last dollar out of some theoretical "my house is worth this".
Easily selling quickly. Not even close. If we can get 15% below market, I'd take it.
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07-01-2022 , 02:08 PM
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If we can get 15% below market, I'd take it.
The market is what it will sell for.
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07-01-2022 , 02:35 PM
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The market is what it will sell for.
Well, yeah.

I just talked to my realtor. He said nothing in our complex is a realistic comp. Not only that, we listed at the low range of per sq. ft. prices here.

The only one he could find that was a close comp was 300 sq. ft. smaller for the same price (on the other side of the peninsula). Plus, nothing has our view.
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07-01-2022 , 02:46 PM
Congratulations on the first book. Best of luck with that and selling the condo!
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07-01-2022 , 07:35 PM
the hype is real
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