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This is a 1958 house that's just over 1,000 squares, two bedrooms, one bathroom and a one car garage on a small lot. They were asking $358,000. The scary part is that some fool may actually buy it.

At that price, someone WILL buy it. My sister in SF says that when 1BR condos fall into that price range, she starts to feel encouraged that houses are getting more affordable.

This describes the 119K house I am about to buy almost to a T, except that mine has 3BR. Now all I have to do is pick up my soon-to-be house in East Hartford, lot & all, and fly it to Silicon Valley. I could sell & make a fourfold profit!!! And I could live in CA with my SO to boot!

Living for the days of movable real estate,

Tanaquil
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