How Cheap Are Houses In Detroit Right Now?

This list is guaranteed to make New Yorkers weep. From cheapest to still cheap…

1. 1,419-square-foot, two-bathroom home with trees in the front: $1,250

2. 3/1 on a 5,227-square-foot lot: $5,000

 

3. Four-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom, 2,690-square-foot colonial: $5,500

 

4. 2,268-square-foot, 4/2 on a tree-lined block: $7,999

 

5. All-brick 3/1 with a basement and garage: $8,000

6. All-brick three-bedroom colonial, 1,412 square feet: $9,000

 

7. Five-bedroom, four-bathroom, 3,500-square-foot home: $10,900

 

8. Four-bedroom home with finished basement, on 5,227 square foot lot: $11,900

9. Spacious 4/2 with fireplace and a two-car garage: $13,000

 

10. Four-bedroom with study/den, porch, 1,753-square-feet: $15,000

 

11. 3/1 all-brick colonial in a nice quiet suburb: $17,900

12. Five-bedroom, two-bathroom home built in 1925, updated kitchen: $19,999

13. Well-maintained 3/1 with an updated kitchen: $22,000

 

14. Two-unit, upstairs–downstairs duplex with six total bedrooms: $23,200

 

15. Well-maintained ranch home, 3/1.5, close to golfing and shopping: $24,900

 

16. Four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath brick home with basement: $26,000

 

17. 3/1.5 home with beautifully landscaped yard including shed and covered terrace, 1,625 square feet: $29,500

 

18. Cute turnkey home, two bedrooms, full basement, no rehab needed: $29,900

19. Recently remodeled four-bedroom, 1,386-square-foot home: $39,000

 

20. 3/2 in move-in ready condition, 1,400 square feet: $39,900

 

21. Four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 2,082-square-foot home with updated plumbing, circuit breakers, and landscaping: $50,000

 

22. 1,456-square-foot 3/2 in a prime location near shopping and restaurants: $50,000

 

23. 1,837-square-foot, three-bedroom colonial with hardwood floors throughout: $51,900

 

24. Brick 3/2 with beautiful historical details, 1,774 square feet: $55,000

 

25. Five-unit, nine-bedroom multi-family home built in 1926: $56,000

 

26. Historical 4/2 home built in 1916, 3,000 square feet, minutes away from Tigers stadium: $70,000

 

27. University district colonial home with formal living and dining rooms, a study, five bedrooms including a “mother-in-law unit,” four bathrooms, all on a 6,970-square-foot lot: $74,500

 

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