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Offbeat 700,000 euros for a slum: the incredible real estate ad published in New York

20:40  28 june  2020
20:40  28 june  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Does the housing crisis in New York allow all abuses? An advertisement for a house in the Big Apple is chilling. Spotted by the American site TwistedSifter, it offers for sale a property that is completely dilapidated and "not livable as it is". A house of 250 m² located in the Queens district and displayed at 828,888 dollars, or approximately 738,000 euros. The announcement, very succinct, is accompanied by photos all the more disturbing than the others: they show the deplorable state of the house, details Le Figaro .

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If the street side facade gives the illusion, all the rest is just dirt, broken ceilings and mold. Surprising for such an announcement where the real estate agents generally try to show the best side of the properties for sale. But the TwistedSifter site provides an explanation for this publication: this type of case could interest a promoter or an investor who will recover in the process a plot of almost 500 m² once the house is razed. In this case, it is better to dissuade potential buyers who hope to be able to renovate a house at a lower cost.

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A bet that could prove to be a winner: between the price and the dilapidated state of the house, average buyers should be discouraged by the announcement. The house, left in its juice, is nothing more than filth and visibly falls into ruins.

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New York is not the only city to offer real estate ads that can make buyers jump. In October 2018, an owner had caused an outcry by selling a 12.35 m² apartment, located in the ninth arrondissement of Paris, in appalling condition. Totally unsanitary, housing was offered at 205,000 euros, details Le Figaro . Even more surprising: he quickly found a taker.

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