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Dec 2, 2011 4:17PM
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After reading all of the comments, I am in agreement with all of them.  No one is going to sell these homes at these prices with the economy in the tanks.  Why doesn't MSN really look for true bargain homes for sale, bank, short sales, etc.? That house in Minneapolis is in shambles, and someone commented on the bad neighborhood.  I don't know who puts these things together, but they must be on the take from realtors.  If one finds a good realtor in the Phoenix area, one can really find excellent and REAL bargains beyond the very expensive homes here, and very nice homes not in shambles.  Just have to be fortunate enough to find the right realtor by combing all of  the realtor sites........  IT's worth the time spent.     
Dec 2, 2011 4:04PM
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I wanted to email this, but when I try, it says "Your message has not been sent."   I've tried everything to get it to send and can't do it.  MSN makes me sick.  They track everything we do and won't allow me to send as I used to.  My old Comcast em address shows up and I cannot change to my new em address since moving from Seattle to Arizona.   I use the MSN Homepage because I lilked it before it changed drastically.  It now stinks.  I took a survey as to what I thought of it, but what for?  MSN is not about to change it, regardless of what people say.    MSN knows best, of course............(tongue in cheek)

Nov 19, 2011 12:45PM
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I've been reading MSN CRAP over the past 12 years and it's staff has their heads jammed so far up their a** it's so pathetic. MSN has no idea what it is talking about. More importantly, MSN hires idiots for journalists and it doesn't even have EDITORS. Editors do not exist at MSN. It's hard to find ANYBODY at MSN that has any financial intelligence! 
Oct 7, 2011 9:58AM
Oct 7, 2011 8:21AM
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I don't know if I believe your info. or not. I thought we were in a recession an the price of houses were coming down. Well not by the looks of your research. Georgia is looking better all the time where  depending on where you look you can still afford to buy a pretty decent house for a decent price.
Oct 7, 2011 8:05AM
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After looking for over a year we decided that $170,000. is good for a town home built in 1993 with 2100 square feet, tennis court and pool.
Oct 7, 2011 8:03AM
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If these homes are a " bargain "  , darn I can only imagine what you consider NOT a bargain ! get real these are no bargain in this economy , lol
Oct 7, 2011 6:52AM
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What planet are you on?! $300,000 for a tiny cracker box house in Colorado? The rest are equally ridiculous--except the one in Toledo, and that one is in the inner city--possibly the best looking house on the street. My son recently bought a house in Willowick, an nice middle-class eastern suburb of Cleveland with excellent schools. He paid $99,000 for 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2,000 sq. ft. The highest priced house in the neighborhood sold for $140,000.
Oct 7, 2011 4:14AM
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Who ever wrote this article has NO idea about the price of housing today!!  The price of these homes listed reflect Real Estate prices at the best market, not now.  This is a good example of bad reseach!!  The homes listed may be as much as 50% over priced!!  Do your homework!!!
Oct 7, 2011 4:03AM
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The home in Minneapolis is in a very dangerous neighborhood with drug and crime problems.
Oct 7, 2011 2:43AM
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These homes are still over priced for the average american Buyer. LETS BE HONEST

and dont try to hood wink the new buyers. This is propaganda>

 

Facts:

1. Median household income             $50,046.00

2. Average new house price             $246,800.00

3. Average resale home price           $216,800.00

4. Bank of America 30 fixed rate  4.241 apr

5. Purchase of new home $246800.00

  • 30 year fixed
  • Bank of america fees $ 1,267.00
  • third party fees                6,007.00
  • prepaid items                   1,314.00
  • Escrow Fund                      718.00
  • TOTAL CLOSING          $9,306.00
  • Down payment   5 % $12,300.00
  • Total cash required    $21,606.00
  •  Payment PITI                  $1677.00

INCOME REQUIRED AT 30% TO HOUSING TO INCOME

  • $5590.00 x 12  =  $67,080.00 YEARLY.

PER BANK OF AMERICA IF YOU CAN DIGEST THE ABOUT YOUR IN LUCK. DONT FORGET  YOU NEED A STABLE JOB AND GOOD CREDIT.

 

INFORMATION PROVIDED BY US Census Bureau, US Department of Commerce and BANK OF AMERICA. YOU are in good hands.               

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sep 20, 2011 5:59AM
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That a way MSN...be a good left media outlet and push that real estate sector still falling upon the masses.
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