A Detroit man bought an abandoned house in the city for $2,100 and spent 9 months renovating it for his mom. Here’s how he did it — and what it looks like now.
|10/21/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The Detroit Land Bank Authority is auctioning off thousands of publicly owned properties through its public platform, Auction — and the bidding starts at $1,000.
- In June 2017, Vincent Orr, a native Detroiter, won an abandoned home through the bidding process for just $2,100.
- In an interview with Business Insider, Orr explained how he transformed the home into a livable space for $40,000.
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You can become a homeowner in Detroit, Michigan, for as little as $1,000 — but it’ll take a lot of work.