I was in Stockton earlier today on an appraisal inspection and the following image captured my attention. What type of potential issues do you think could result from deferred maintenance like this?
Stockton Real Estate Appraiser
I snapped the photo below the other day when going to Modesto for an inspection (yes, while driving – kids, don’t try that at home). This is the Ripon Water Tower and it’s an easy landmark to spot because of its large size and location right next to Highway 99. Ripon is located South of Stockton and just North of the Stanislaus County line (click HERE for map).
I am always intrigued by landmarks, design, bridges, houses, and other structures. What landmarks exist in your community? What do you think locals as well as passersby notice in your area when driving along the freeway or one of the main streets?
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).