With a price tag of $14 million, this Palm Beach, Florida property has attracted the attention of some of the world’s most prominent property experts.
It’s one of the most expensive properties on the market, but the real estate appraiser who spoke to the BBC says he can’t help but think it could be worth more.
– ABC News: How the properties in Broward County got that high price tag The appraiser, who goes by the name Burt, says he’s seen it listed for more than $17 million.
“I’m not sure it’s worth more than that,” he said.
“But it’s a beautiful property.”
Burt’s appraisal of the property, which he says is worth more on paper than it is in reality, has been published by the Florida Keys Daily News.
He says he has seen it go for more money than he had ever seen it.
“It’s just beautiful,” he says.
“And I can’t think of another property that’s that beautiful.”
Bostrom says the property is one of a few in Browards that have undergone major renovations.
“This is the only one that hasn’t had any major renovations,” he explains.
Bontron’s appraisal says there is a lot to like about the property. “
You can tell from the new landscaping, there’s some new lighting.”
Bontron’s appraisal says there is a lot to like about the property.
“The property is well designed with a lot more light fixtures, including a couple of big light boxes, as well as a lot less siding,” he wrote.
“We have new paint on the front and the back of the house.”
The main entrance is a gorgeous view of Palm Beach.
Photo: Burt Bontroem is one property specialist who believes the property could be a lot bigger than it looks.
“If this property is on the map, I think there’s probably only two properties in the world that could have that much value,” he told the BBC.
If the property were to sell for more, Bontrom says he could be very happy. “
When you add it up, that would be a $50 million property.”
If the property were to sell for more, Bontrom says he could be very happy.
“For the people who have owned it for 30 years, it’s just a beautiful home,” he added.
“A really beautiful home.”
Bortron says it could have been sold for more in the past, but that it has grown more luxurious and modern in the years since.
“These things are really going to change, and they’re going to be really exciting,” he concludes.
“My guess is it’s going to sell, but it’s not going to go for that amount.”
Property experts believe there is value in this house, but they are not convinced that the buyer will be able to afford the price.
Property experts say a lot can change in a short period of time.
“They could have changed their minds, but I don’t think it would have happened for them to sell,” says Bontrotron.
“What they would have done is put the money into an equity investment in the house, and then maybe they would see the house as a nice place to live.”
But if the house is not going for that much money, why is the buyer going for it?
Bontrol says he does not know.
“All I can tell you is the market has been great,” he adds.
“So far I think the buyer has bought for the right price, and that’s what we want to see.”
He does not want to speculate on the price, saying he is focused on finding out what’s going on with the property and seeing if there’s any upside.
“Whether they sell for $20 million or $50 billion, they’re still going to do well,” he continues.
“In the end, we want them to be happy, and I think they are.”
Property market ‘bubble’ over Florida ‘supercharged’ by record high oil prices A property expert says there’s no reason why this house could not be worth $100 million.
The Broward Property Board’s president, Chris Steeves, says there has been a “supercharged” property market in Florida.
“At the same time, this is a real estate market that is still in its infancy and so it is extremely difficult to assess an asset,” he tells the BBC’s World Tonight.
“As a result, we are in a bubble that is supercharged by record oil prices.”
Mr Steevses is not the only property expert to question the value of this property.
In a piece for the National Association of Realtors’ website, property expert Robert Janssen argues that there is little reason for people to pay $50,000 for a home in Browords area.
“Our appraisal is not in a position to give