New York City-based real estate broker John Pappas says he’s been able to sell his home in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope for about $6.8 million.
The home is located on the south side of Park and is worth a total of $7.5 million.
Pappos has lived in the area since 2007, and says that he’s had offers for the property over the years.
The owner is listed as Richard Pappakis, who owns two other properties on the block.
Pampas, who’s in his 50s, is a former real estate agent who now works for a real estate firm, according to a spokesperson for Pappases.
He said that he wanted to make sure his home was on the market, but that the owner’s family wasn’t interested in selling, which was frustrating because he is one of the city’s most popular local real estate agents.
“The owner has been very generous and accommodating, and is willing to make it happen,” Pappasses said.
Pompas said that when he first arrived at the address, the seller’s family was also interested in the property.
“I just told them to contact me if they wanted to sell, and that’s what they did,” he said.
“But the family’s attitude changed after that.”
According to the New York Post, the Pappassas’ home is one that was once owned by a prominent real estate developer.
It’s currently listed for sale in the City of New York at $8.3 million.
A spokesperson for the City said the city is aware of the situation and that the property is “on the market.”
The home has a history of flooding, according the Post.
“This home is the largest and most waterlogged house in New York,” said a spokesperson from the city in an email to the Daily News.
The house is surrounded by flood-prone land, according a city official.
Pupas says that when the home was first bought, the family would take turns to drive to the property every few months.
He says that the family was willing to drive the house to the water every month for as long as the family needed it.
“If you’ve ever seen a house in the floodplain, you can imagine how beautiful this house was, with its natural beauty and natural history,” he told the Daily Mail.
The Pappastas have since moved on to other properties in the neighborhood.
Pave the path for others to move on The neighborhood is considered one of New Jersey’s poorest by some.
According to a report from the nonprofit, Landmarks in Poverty, there are more than 10,000 vacant houses in the New Jersey metropolitan area, including a number that are worth as much as $8 million, according it.
The number of properties listed as owned by the same family has increased by at least 1,000 per month, according Topps.
“It’s really hard to get property values down, because it’s really difficult to sell property,” Pave said.