America’s “Lowest Priced" Foreclosed Homes... Selling on eBay?
You’ve seen late night infomercials with “Real Estate Gurus” talking about foreclosed homes bought in days past for “pennies on the dollar”.
But if you’ve ever wondered where the lowest priced homes are selling today. Now there’s a place to find out in “real time” and it’s free.
AffordableHousingAuctions.com only tracks the “lowest priced” homes selling on eBay. Allowing visitors a quick way to find out where the most inexpensive home deals are located. (nationwide or locally)
Here’s a few (of the many) examples of homes sold and featured on the website:
- Flint, Michigan: 3 bedroom house (with 2 car garage) in sold for $5,400.
- Donora, Pennsylvania: 6 bedroom house sold for $7,000.
- Orlando, Florida: 2 bedroom 2 bath condo in sold for $21,000.
The website also tracks the lowest priced homes currently available for sale. (via eBay auctions) But, according to James Massey, AffordableHousingAuctions.com publisher. Be careful.
Massey states; “Regardless of low prices, it’s important to proceed with the utmost of caution before buying in an auction situation. Making sure a neighborhoods safe, the house (structurally) sound, and the title clear, should be a top priority before bidding on anything.”
To help prospective buyers screen homes. The website provides free resources to check neighborhood crime statistics and use Google’s satellite imagery to take a “historical” peek from the sky, to (possibly) see if a neighborhoods been improving or degrading in past years.
To see (photos & sold prices) of where the “lowest priced” foreclosed homes are selling now. Visit: AffordableHousingAuctions.com
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