You should be able to enlarge the center of the photo; this home looks like a typical 1923 structure. I suggest you contact the listing agent who should have some photos. As far as whether there are bids,
this information is confidential. Good luck. Liz 612-986-4105... more
I do not work the Duluth area, but PLEASE do not try to navigate the tricky waters of a foreclosure WITHOUT your own agent. It's never too early to find the agent who will work for you. It does not cost you anything out of pocket, so please don't hesitate to find someone to work on your behalf.
Believe me it will not cost you anything but it can SAVE you so much.
Without seeing the property, it is impossible to know what has been done. I would ask at least these questions: what caused the cave-in? Who did the work? Was it warranteed? Has this happened in adjacent properties? Of course, if you write an offer, you would also put in subject to an inspection, and in this case, an engineer's inspection might be appropriate. You can also look at any permits that were taken out. These are public records and anyone with an interest can call the municipality, go to the office and see these. I would imagine code compliance might also apply. Good luck! Liz, 612-986-4105... more
The home at 4833 1st Ave N in Duluth is not for sale in the Duluth MLS at this time, June 28, 2012. The last time it was listed for sale in our local MLS was the end of 2005, but the listing expired before it was sold.... more
Hi Jeff. This more than likely will be a cash only purchase or substantial down payment. Does that work for you? I've actually had a buyer that has wanted to see this twice and cancelled both times so I haven't been in there yet. I can be reached at 218-590-0431 if you want to schedule an appointment. Thanks!... more
Welcome to Duluth! Home of hills and views - at a cost of backyards, unless you are in the outlying areas. Contact your own realtor and/or the listing agent for the skinny on garages, yards, especially backyards, and views. Goof luck. From my research, it appears the backyard could be minimal as far as usability. You might also check the GIS map, which will give you a plat and street view. Liz... more