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Six Foreclosed Cleveland Heights Homes for Sale Monday

Find the appraised and minimum values for the homes up for sale

Six Cleveland Heights homes in foreclosure are scheduled for sheriff's sales Monday, according to the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's website.

Foreclosure sales are conducted each Monday at 9 a.m. at the Justice Center, 1215 West 3rd St. in Cleveland.

Here are the Cleveland Heights properties in Monday's sale:

  • 1683 Glenmont Road; appraised value $18,000; minimum bid $12,000
  • 2270 Delaware Drive; appraised value $100,000; minimum bid $66,667
  • 882 Cambridge Road; appraised value $25,000; minimum bid $16,667
  • 3854 Summit Park Road; appraised value $30,000; minimum bid $20,000
  • 1147 Brentwood Road; appraised value $30,000; minimum bid $20,000
  • 3680 Northvale Blvd.; appraised value $30,000; minimum bid $20,000
Lisa Rainsong January 27, 2013 at 04:31 PM
Heartbreaking to see these prices.
Nathaniel Brooks January 27, 2013 at 10:16 PM
Yeah it is, but do not fear there are plenty of people benefiting form this economic crisis. I assure you someone tomorrow will have the money to purchase those homes, and rightfully so. I would rather have someone buy the property versus letting it sit and rot and become a public nuisance. If you really want someone to blame I have a list of their names: Cheney, Bush, elected officials, The Bank of England, Meryl and Lynch, Citigroup, Chase, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and last but not least GREED. You see man has the ability to accomplish great things once he becomes conscious of the infinite. Until this revelation he only sees the ratio and thus is lost in his own selfishness. Maybe the next generation can foster in a new golden age. Hopefully we can give them the tools and knowledge they need to be successful and I'm not just talking money. If we do not undertake this endeavor we will be lost and regrettably never found. When you dance with the devil, the devil doesn't change, the devil changes you.

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