The Seattle Times has a story this morning about two enterprising real estate agents who have organized two-times-a-month “Property Dog” bus tours of foreclosed properties in Seattle.
One of the stops on a recent tour was a home in Eastlake:
The tour kicks off with a visit to Eastlake, where a 5,390-square-foot home previously appraised at $1.5 million hit the market earlier in October for $965,000. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home has Lake Union views, a four-car garage and a basement in-law apartment.
A contractor on the tour thinks the house will eventually go for $850,000.
Also on the tour: A partially landlocked, 350-square-foot Portage Bay houseboat priced at $335,000.
Read the whole story here.