Ooh, that must've made an interesting sound when it broke...
$150K for a trashed house with graffiti all over it? What can be good about that? Actually, two years ago that house would have probably been listed at $300K--that's about the only thing good about it.
But the house's lawyer will petition for four years with time served ...Great location too! The house is close to several independent recreational pharmaceutical vendors.
And that ply wood straight ahead and to the right is pretty sexy too.
Gah! Poor house! It's funny, the front of the house and the back (and basically the whole interior) do not seem to match the "cute" front of the house.
Close. From $400K to $150? Been a long five years for that place.2009 Listed $149,000 -- EBRD #40391024 Oct 02, 2008 Sold $255,000 -8.9%/yr Public Records Dec 10, 2003 Sold $399,000 -- Public Records
The shower curtain in the first bathroom picture makes it a real gem.
Holy Crow, that's some swift, and painful depreciation. That poor house is in a free fall in terms of value. Buy now, and invest in your own future crackhouse? Eek.
Seems the house value has decreased as the neighborhood gang members have increased or grown or established more drug use, territory, etc.... Exponential rule of real estate, neighbors and their children really, really do matter.
My question is. . .If a mirror falls and there's no one around to hear it; does it make a sound?
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