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Real Estate: Foreclosed Homes in Shelby Township

Check out three listings of foreclosed homes in Shelby Township.

Whether you're looking to buy a home or sell a home in Shelby Township, it's always valuable to know what's on the real estate market.

Today, we look at a few foreclosed homes in Shelby Township.

47125 Exworthy CT

This four bedroom and two bathroom is 2,650 sq ft. The colonial is listed at $229,900 and built in 1999. According to AOL Real Estate, the home feautes a spacious great room with gas fireplace and plenty of natural light, a nice size kitchen, den and first floor laundry. The house has been on the market for nearly two years.

14517 Patterson Dr

The home on Patterson has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It's listed at $189,000. The home was built in 1997 and listed on the real estate market 600 days ago.

11712 Weingartz Dr.

This three bedroom, three full bathroom condo is 1,850 square feet. It's listed at $118,800. The condo features a two-car carage, is located close to shopping, restaurants and freeways. The condo was built in 2007 and listed on the real estate market nearly 600 days ago. 

Brent Freeman August 29, 2012 at 12:04 PM
Marina, I am curious why you chose these three foreclosures. I know Shelby Twp has more than three foreclosures, why only thses three?
Marina Cracchiolo (Editor) August 29, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Hi Brent. That's a good question. I used AOL Real Estate http://realestate.aol.com/ for Patch.com is a subsidiary of AOL and I have full access to the listings on this site. I do not need copyright permission to use these listings. Only three came up on the site. Thanks.
Paul August 29, 2012 at 09:32 PM
Marina... Me think you need sources, and or do better research before publishing a story. According to public records all of these homes have been sold to new owners in the last 10 months, and are not listed on any MLS or Fannie Mae sites as currently available.
Marina Cracchiolo (Editor) August 30, 2012 at 04:55 PM
Hi Paul. I got all the listings from the AOL Real Estate website thinking they were all good. But upon further investigation, you are correct. All of the homes were sold more than 6 months ago. I had a Realtor, who has access to the MLS, look up the properties and she confirmed your assessment. I guess I can no longer trust any source other than MLS, which I don't have access to. Thanks for letting me know. Marina

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