I am at a complete loss of understanding when it comes to the Georgian Pricing Market.
Buildings & Land - I found several buildings that amounted to really nothing more than a pile of bricks stacked to be advertised as a building for sale. Yet they are nearly always priced as if the establishment held some type of value equal to a middle class home in the United States in perfect condition.
Electronics - TVs, Power Tools, Exec, Exec ... While some products seem to be priced appropriatly, some seemed to be priced at a 400% profit to the business owner.
Is it just me, and my American concept of consumerisim, that feels as if a majority of Georgians feel as if they are confusing a pile of rocks with a pile of gold? Does anyone have some insight as to how the Georgians come up with Market Value ?