Is days-on-market important? After 2270 Days Michael Jordan’s House Is Still On The Market
It’s been more than 6 years since I first wrote about Michael Jordan’s house is on the market. I wrote that post (check it out because it has a slideshow with the original 29 photos) on the day the listing went live and on that day it came out of the gate at $29 MM. 2270 days and 3 price changes later the house at 2700 Point Ln in Highland Park now tops the list of celebrity homes that nobody wants to buy and it’s now listed at $14,855,000. Add those numbers up for a little surprise. Yeah, it’s a bit gimmicky.
But only 3 price changes in more than 6 years? That could be part of the problem. Actually, there are probably many problems.