|Re: Average Turn Over||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Michael Whitman (Michael.Whitmanvalley.net)|
|Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 13:34:46 -0700 (PDT)|
Katie Henry posted "Some semi-accurate statistics for Eastern Village (56 units; formed six years ago, moved in four years ago):
Number of units resold by the original buyer after closing to present: 15 The reasons are divided about equally between the following: # Original buyer decided to not move in ... # Original buyer moved out of the area, or into assisted living.# Original buyer just wanted a condo, or never really participated, and eventually moved on...."
--- end of quote ---Others have sent such statistics for their communities, and these begin to form a body of information. I hope that an easy-to-compare format for reporting may soon begin to emerge, but unfortunately I do not have old postings from which to make suggestions.
Has any avocational statistician on this list, or anyone at "National," already done this?
- Re: People vs Facilities [was Average Turn Over], (continued)
- Re: People vs Facilities [was Average Turn Over] Sharon Villines, August 7 2008
- Re: Average Turn Over Eris Weaver, August 7 2008
- Re: Average Turn Over Michael Whitman, August 7 2008
- Re: Average Turn Over Craig Ragland, August 7 2008
Re: Average Turn Over katie-henry, August 8 2008
- Re: Average Turn Over Jim Snyder-Grant, August 8 2008
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