Don't Miss the Chance to Purchase New Construction in Flint for $59,000k

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with CIDER Properties

This is not a hoax or scam.  14 new construction properties will be auctioned off this weekend.  Bids will start at $59,000.  These homes are in desirable school boundaries in South Tyler & Flint.  At least 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and some are 4 bedrooms with an extra powder room and ranging 1647 sq ft to about 2800 sq ft.  Properties are available for viewing.

Time is of the essence if you are interested in taking advantage of this great investment opportunity and getting a great deal on a new home.  Let's get your financing in place and prepare to be a new homeowner.  Must have proof of financing or funds (if paying cash) and cashier's check for earnest deposit.  Investors are welcome too.  Call broker for more details.

Comments (3)

Virginia Tatseos
Stage-Show-Sell - Bloomfield Township, MI

It sounds too good to be true.  Then I realized that your in Texas.  I thought it was Flint Michigan :-)

Jun 04, 2008 02:30 PM
Chris Cox
Coldwell Banker United, Realtors - Tyler, TX

my wife and i went to this auction, and were the winning bid on a home.  we got a call about four days later saying the sellers had a "counter offer" of $14,200 more which put the "counter" back up very close to what it was listed on the market for. on one page of the contract they made us fill out, there was a statement that the seller did have the right to refuse our bid. i never knew that is was an offer though. auction, or offer? anyway, just fyi.

Jun 29, 2008 12:47 PM
Tanya Redic
CIDER Properties - Tyler, TX
e-Pro, SFR

Someone else I know won a bid on a property in Colony West and they made a counter offer that he rejected and he was able to get his deposits back.  That was a waste of gas & time:  driving to Dallas & placing a bid on a property (starting bids at $59k) when they had no intentions of selling for $59k or even $110k.  Someone had tipped me off that they would probably counter if they didn't meet their reserves because Hudson & Marshall did the same recently.  A lesson learned.

Jun 29, 2008 01:52 PM