The Motor City has a deal for you - classical homes with a starting price of just $1,000.
The online auction for abandoned, but sturdy homes is the latest plan by city leaders to fight blight and boost property values as Detroit crawls its way out of bankruptcy.
“Every house you see that’s boarded up does not have to be torn down and this is a great example,” Detroit City Councilwoman Brenda Jones said during a tour of the homes earlier this week. “[The goal is to] save a house, put someone into that house, put it back on the tax roll and stabilize the neighborhood.”
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