Monday, November 14, 2016

Buying Distressed Kansas City Houses

Real estate reporting retrospective offers a collection of tragic stories that don't often work for people buying broke-ass houses in the urban core . . . Tales from tax-sale houses: horror stories, tearful sagas, tough investments

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Cages might be a better idea.

Anonymous said...

Stop it

Anonymous said...

White people are allowed to blight up black neighborhoods, steal equity and now the city wants to encourage more of the same. You cannot make this shit up.

Anonymous said...

Ghetto hotel, $2 a day.....how can you afford $2 when you haven't got no pay?..........

Dayton said...

Good read, hard for investors to make a buck fighting out rent money, hard for owners occupiers to get their properties up to guff cuz who wants to live in a warzone worse than Syria. And those scary houses with 10 ft tall weeds n boarded up windows there's a sometimes a nut job burning kerosene in there. Tines that by 1000