Auctioneer Hudson & Marshall has announced the auction of over 300 bank-owned foreclosure properties throughout DC, Virginia, and Maryland. Of those, 174 are located in the DC metro area. All homes will be sold “as-is”, so interested bidders are strongly encouraged to check out properties in person before bidding. There will be open houses for all the properties being auctioned this Saturday from 1 to 3pm. You can also contact a listing agent to make a separate appointment. Home values range from $22,500 to $750,000.There will be eight individual auctions between February 3rd and 7th, each one local to the region where the auctioned homes are:
- February 3rd – Norfolk, VA (30 homes) at 7:00pm – Holiday Inn Select
- February 4th – Richmond, VA (33 homes) at 7:00pm – Holiday Inn Richmond Airport
- February 4th – Cambridge, MD (7 homes) at 7:00pm – Holiday Inn Express
- February 5th – Frederick, MD (9 homes) at 1:00pm – Hampton Inn Frederick-Fort Detrick
- February 5th – Baltimore, MD (42 homes) at 7:30pm – Hilton Pikesville
- February 5th – Culpepper, VA (9 homes) at 1:00pm – Best Western Inn-Culpepper
- February 5th – Winchester, VA (11 homes) at 7:00pm – Hampton Inn Winchester North
- February 7th – Washington, DC (174 homes) at 1:00pm – Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
Buyers can also attempt to purchase many of the properties before they go to auction by submitting a bid online. Sellers are expected to reply within 24 hours. Judging by the website, over 40 properties have already been sold this way.
Also, don’t forget there is another, separate auction of over 30 houses around DC by the municipal government tomorrow at 2pm. See our post for more details.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/upcoming_auction_300_foreclosed_properties_in_dc_md_va/497.
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