Motor City Revival Means 14-Fold Return for Home BetKathleen M. Howley and Jeff Green
A two-story brick house in Detroit sold for $47,214 last month, two years after U.S. Bank seized it in a foreclosure. For the home, with blue-striped awnings and white shutters, it was the fourth owner since December, when investor Buy Right Properties LLC purchased it for $3,383.
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