Want to Buy a Fish or a House?

Great video and story on Yahoo! today and the headline caught my attention… Most Expensive Fish A Tokyo market set a new record last month, selling a tuna for $396,000. The giant bluefin weighed 754 pounds… So that got me thinking, this tuna is as big as a house and costs as much as a […]

Great video and story on Yahoo! today and the headline caught my attention…

Most Expensive Fish
A Tokyo market set a new record last month, selling a tuna for $396,000. The giant bluefin weighed 754 pounds…

So that got me thinking, this tuna is as big as a house and costs as much as a house…so what really gets you more, a bluefin or a house?


Record Bluefin


Current Coldwell Banker Listing

So I did a comparison with the tuna against a $395,000 property in San Diego, CA…You decide for yourself.

Compare: Fish House
Location: Pacific Ocean Pacific Beach, CA
Beds/Fins: 2 4
Size: 12 sq. ft. 1,134 sq. ft.
Proximity to Water: already in ocean 5 blocks to ocean
Represented by: Tsukiji fish market Darlene Allen
Coldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage

I vote the house, and I’m a big sushi lover.  Sorry fish.  San Diego is beautiful.  I get a house and the water.

COO for Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Ohio born, Jersey raised, NYC, LA and Nashville cultured. Father of three daughters and married to a saint. Undergraduate from Rutgers and MBA from Anderson School at UCLA. After 20 years in the car industry, Mike joined Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC in 2008 where he guided a string of innovations while serving as the CMO. In 2013 Mike was promoted to COO where he oversees the Coldwell Banker brand’s internal operations, learning, talent attraction, international, events and marketing.

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