Foreclosed property buyers struggle to rehab homes
Without a roof of his own or a steady job, Garland spent his last $600 on the dingy gray bungalow at the Wayne County tax foreclosure auction last October.
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#1 Dec 8, 2012
You can't buy a 15 year old car for $200 and expect to drive far without expense. This man has no regular job and purchased a house for $600 expecting he could pay taxes and rehab the house. This seems unrealistic, a triumph of hope over reality.
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