Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (CNN) I’m sitting in the back of a condo suite at Kingston plantation in Pittsburgh’s Kingston neighborhood, one of the country’s most expensive real estate markets.
A woman who calls herself Jodi says her husband, John, is “very passionate about condado” and she’s trying to find a home in the area.
She says they’re also trying to sell a condo for $1.4 million.
“I have a great idea for it, but I think we need to wait and see what happens with this market.”
Condados are a specialty of the Miami-based Kingston family, which owns dozens of condominiums across the United States.
The family also owns the condominium complex at the corner of King Street and E Street in Pittsburgh.
It’s a property that’s also worth a lot of money, so it’s no surprise to see a lot people interested in condados.
But what you don’t see is a lot interest in condos in the city where many of those condominium complexes are located.
John says he’s sold condos for less than $500,000 in the last few years, and he’s not going to wait around to find one.
I’ve never seen anything like it, and we’re just going to do it, he said.
“It’s just so much fun to sell, and it’s like having a lot more money in the house.
I don’t even have to worry about how much it costs.
I’m just going into a room with the best of the best.”
The condominium in question is on the corner at 1201 E. King St. in Pittsburgh but is listed for $500 million.
I guess I could get a nice condo, John says.
He said he hopes to sell it in the next few months and move into a condo on the block.
He’s still looking for a buyer and says he doesn’t want to move out of the condo in order to get one.
He also said he has no plans to buy another condominium, but wants to see how things develop.
I can go and live somewhere I can have the best condominium I can find, he says.
But the real estate market is in such flux right now that it could take months to find something new.
In the meantime, John is staying at a hotel, which is where he’ll be staying next week to help with the job search.
I just have to get my family, he tells me.
I think it’s just going too fast right now.
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