Forclosure house on Edgestone Dr in Sterling Heights, can I buy it for $28,022 or its a must to go thru the auction?

Asked by Muhammad Rahman, 48212 Thu Jan 21, 2010

They say no deal is too good to be true, so what's the fine print behind this $28K?

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Ron Ristovski, Both Buyer And Seller, Troy, MI
Thu Jan 21, 2010
Muhammad Bhai,

Most of these websites gives information that is good to certain extent. So we have to use this with caution and mix with realty. Sometimes they refer to start bid with auction company but that does not mean it would be the reserve price that would be accepted.

Sometimes there may be severe mold or structural issues as well.

Take a look into the house in person and make judgement on the price and get the property. Any help from us feel free to contact.

Good luck!

Ron
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Brian Walker, Agent, Chesterfield, MI
Thu Jan 21, 2010
Here's some good advice...stay away from Realty Trac listings they make their money on membership fees by showings homes like this for ridiculous prices. Think about it, do you think if this was for real that Realtors wouldn't be buying them up, we see them before the public in most cases. I can find you some great deals in this market, but not a house like this for 28K
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