I saw this photo in MLS a while back while doing research for an appraisal in Stockton. Yes, this is an installed toilet in the crawl space of a residential single family home. The photo was labeled “non-permitted toilet installation”. They say a picture is worth a thousands words, and that just might be true in this case. What do you think? I’d love to hear your comments.
This blog will host a “Lowest Priced House on MLS” category because it’s always interesting to answer the question, “should I buy this house or should I buy a car instead?” Yep, the prices are often that low.
And the winner is…. $12,500.
620 E 4th Street, Stockton CA is for sale at $12,500. Per Tax Records, this property was built in 1936, has 1025 square feet of living area, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and a lot size of 3,920 square feet. So why is it priced so low? Well, it looks like it had a little fire damage to say the least.
It is a banked owned property and has been listed on the market for 142 days total with three separate Listing Agents. The property has been priced for only 21 days at $12,500 and appears to have generated a contract at least once (but back to Active status now). I’ll put you into contact with the Listing Agent if anyone is interested in forking out $12,500 greenbacks – it’s an all cash deal because of the condition (no, I don’t know the Agent).