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One Foreclosed Brecksville Property Up for Bid in December

Two foreclosed properties sold in November.

There’s just one foreclosed property in Brecksville going up for bid in December, according to the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office website. Another property that was scheduled to go to bid has already been withdrawn. 

As of Nov. 29, this is the property up for bid in December. All of the following information can be found on the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office website.

Dec. 10

  • 7011 Cranbrook Drive: This is described as a single-frame dwelling with an attached two-car garage. Its appraised value is $260,000, and the minimum bid is $173,334. 

Two foreclosed properties were sold in November. Both sold at below the listed appraised value. A Winding Way property sold for $140,000 and a Carriage Hill Drive property sold for $43,334. Learn more about those properties here. A third property had been withdrawn before going to bid. 

Nat Cole November 29, 2012 at 07:16 PM
You really want to stop a FORECLOSURE? I went to Financial Screen Shots – got the link from stopforeclosurefraud com. I ordered the Loan Search Within 2 days I got back the info showing my loan was securitized. I order the full package of all My documents and it contained everything! I have absolute evidence my mortgage note was sold in 2008. I stopped paying 2011 and I am being foreclosed by Bank of America. My lawyer says they have absolutely NO STANDING and he plans to sue the lawyers bringing the case into court. I finally have BOFA in a lie! More proof at http://deadlyclear.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/securitized-distrust/ Anyway, felt such a need to express myself. Good luck everyone.

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