LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) — It sounds like it would be a big deal, real estate-wise: the New Jersey home where Bruce Springsteen wrote his iconic album “Born to Run.” But so far, it hasn’t worked out for the people who bought the place back in 2009. The owners are putting the two-bedroom cottage back on the market. The last owners bought he place with the idea of turning it into a tribute to Springsteen — but those plans haven’t come to fruition. The house does draw visitors. Now the owners want to know if it can draw a buyer. The home’s list price is $299,000.