Winning Bids from Yesterday’s Huge Foreclosure Auction in DC

by Will Smith

Yesterday, UrbanTurf was at the Washington Convention Center for the big REDC home auction where more than 200 foreclosed properties from around the DC metropolitan area were auctioned off. For those of you who were having brunch or watching basketball instead of following our live report on Twitter (a classic Sunday morning activity), we will have a recap of the event tomorrow. In the meantime, below are the winning bids for about 80 of the properties we saw auctioned off. You won’t find this information anywhere else!

Washington, DC
Listing City, State Winning Bid Previously Valued
11 46th Street SE Unit 202 Washington, DC $47,500 $99,900
1226 18th Place NE Washington, DC $160,000 $535,000
1406 Orren St NE Washington, DC $110,000 $395,000
1434 V St SE Washington, DC $70,000 $124,900
1629 F Street NE Washington, DC $115,000 $234,900
18 Florida Ave NE Washington, DC $150,000 $259,900
1900 Rosedale St NE Washington, DC $125,000 $324,000
1974 Fendall Street SE Washington, DC $55,000 $134,410
2001 38th Street SE Washington, DC $55,000 $149,900
2005 Gales Street NE Washington, DC $47,500 $125,000
2013 Alabama Ave SE Washington, DC $95,000 $175,000
2020 North Capitol St NW Washington, DC $190,000 $436,050
2203 Rand Place NE Washington, DC $135,000 $336,122
234 56th St NE Washington, DC $120,000 N/A
2400 Good Hope Rd SE #102 Washington, DC $45,000 $134,900
2521 Benning Rd NE Washington, DC $130,000 $370,000
2710 Fort Baker Dr SE Washington, DC $130,000 $320,000
2831 Q St SE Washington, DC $115,000 $336,000
318 Rhode Island Ave NE Washington, DC $85,000 $164,460
3201 8th St SE #8 Washington, DC $70,000 N/A
331 Parkland Place SE Washington, DC $145,000 $390,000
34 N Street NW Washington, DC $140,000 $430,000
3808 W Street SE 201 Washington, DC $65,000 $150,000
4120 14th St NW B1 Washington, DC $65,000 $220,000
4249 6th St SE Washington, DC $52,500 $189,500
431 Mellon Street SE Washington, DC $60,000 $450,000
4810 Quarles Street NE 102 Washington, DC $52,500 $202,690
5054n Hayes St NE Washington, DC $95,000 $290,000
5212 C St SE Washington, DC $42,500 $215,500
722 51st St SE Washington, DC $130,000 $249,900
836 19th St NE Washington, DC $90,000 $216,320
926 52nd Street NE Washington, DC $70,000 N/A
Listing City, State Winning Bid Previously Valued
1010 Miles Ave Cambridge, MD $125,000 $246,280
12109 Donnybrook Dr Fort Washington, MD $210,000 $580,000
12201 Dillard Place Fort Washington, MD $150,000 $505,900
12712 Parkton St Fort Washington, MD $125,000 $330,190
12804 Monroe Ave Fort Washington, MD $75,000 $169,900
12807 Lampton Ln Fort Washington, MD $130,000 $390,000
3005 Brodkin Avenue Fort Washington, MD $80,000 $245,000
305 Heyse Court Fort Washington, MD $160,000 $490,000
9305 Locksley Rd Fort Washington, MD $97,500 $323,770
41915 Stephen Young Ct Hollywood, MD $157,500 $269,000
811 Indian Head Ave Indian Head, MD $80,000 $215,000
1703 Jersey Rd Salisbury, MD $25,000 N/A
5012 Thuman Dr Temple Hills, MD $130,000 $310,000
2960 A Pintail Place Waldorf, MD $110,000 N/A
78 Garner Ave Waldorf, MD $105,000 N/A
9805 Larson Pl Waldorf, MD $170,000 $317,900
Listing City, State Winning Bid Previously Valued
8702 Village Square Dr Alexandria, VA $90,000 N/A
3404 25th St Unit 35 Arlington, VA $85,000 $250,000
148 Clover Ln Colonial Beach, VA $90,000 $219,900
18359 Fox Mountain Lane Culpeper, VA $67,500 $249,000
200n Maple Ave Falls Church, VA $150,000 $296,000
7600 Savannah St Falls Church, VA $85,000 $150,000
100 Shumate Ln Fredricksburg, VA $180,000 $345,860
10720 Allie Dr Fredricksburg, VA $110,000 $255,000
11613 Kenton Dr Fredricksburg, VA $120,000 $210,000
12 Hickory Ridge Drive Fredricksburg, VA $130,000 N/A
335 Third St Fredricksburg, VA $75,000 $194,000
6805 Winthrop Court Fredricksburg, VA $150,000 $305,000
3762 Blue Mountain Road Front Royal, VA $65,000 $180,000
3428 Mountain Road Haymarket, VA $490,000 N/A
7443 Boundary Avenue Manassas, VA $85,000 $303,000
13604 Nokesville Road Nokesville, VA $40,000 $231,000
11850 Saint Trinians Ct Reston, VA $215,000 $305,000
11727 Sawhill Blvd Spotsylvania, VA $245,000 $520,000
6808 Teal Ct Spotsylvania, VA $95,000 $199,000
7002 Marye Rd Spotsylvania, VA $57,500 $235,000
7005 S Shade Tree Lane Spotsylvania, VA $57,500 $132,900
8548 Forrester Blvd #879 Springfield, VA $135,000 $219,000
8617 Spring Creek Ct Springfield, VA $160,000 $278,470
105 Bentley Court Stafford, VA $82,500 $232,000
129 Nightingale Ave Stephens City, VA $50,000 $185,000
12812 Greenhall Dr Woodbridge, VA $110,000 N/A
15013 Cardin Place Woodbridge, VA $77,500 $184,000
16724 Capon Tree Lane Woodbridge, VA $150,000 N/A
2143 Gunsmith Terrace #47-2 Woodbridge, VA $75,000 $252,000

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/winning_bids_from_yesterdays_huge_foreclosure_auction_in_dc/666


  1. Matt said at 7:22 am on Wednesday April 1, 2009:

    Any idea where I can get the final sales prices for all of the homes in this auction? I was supposed to go and couldn’t make it. I would like to know what the stuff went for, because I researched and inspected many of the houses and it would help me know what kind of pricing to expect for next time.

  1. Will Smith said at 10:15 am on Wednesday April 1, 2009:

    Matt, REDC does not post a list of all the winning bids. According to what the rep told me, the only way to find the winning bid for a particular property (if you weren’t actually at the auction to witness it) is to wait for the sale to show up in public records.

    Frustrating, I know. Which is why we wanted to report on as many of the winning bids as we could. Make sure to check the list above for any of the properties you had your eye on.

  1. al said at 3:44 am on Tuesday February 23, 2010:

    how come EVERY online auction at auction.com is listed with a reserve price. There are only hours left in the current 4-day auction and it seems no homes will be sold. Are they expecting 50% or higher of the last value??? Your post above shows many homes sold for 25% to 50%, but when and why will the reserve prices be lifted?? any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

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