Good fixer Upper at a rock bottom price. Prefer Cash but Conventional financing will likely work. If FHA financing, it must be a 203K Rehab Loan, no other FHA loan types will due. An FHA Rehab loan would be a good option for an owner occupant to close on this home and borrow enough extra money upfront to have it freshly remodeled after closing. Home sits on a recently paved Cul-de-Sac street and both neighboring properties are very well kept. This is priced at a loss for the seller and he is not able to bring any additional money to closing, so please keep that in mind if you decide to make an offer and not waste anyone's time with a low price offer. The home has replacement windows from 2002, a new breaker panel from 2015, the furnace was new in 2015, the central air functional but old, the roof is not leaking, but it is over 20 years old. So in addition to the roof and siding work, the home will also need driveway and patio concrete work. The new buyer should plan on making exterior repairs as well as interior kitchen, flooring, paint and other cosmetic updates.
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