1910 – Comer, GA

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Added to OHD on 7/28/19   -   Last OHD Update: 10/1/19   -   4 Comments

179 Highway 72 E, Comer, GA 30629

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  • $114,000
  • Foreclosure
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1880 Sq Ft
  • 0.31 Ac.
HUD Case #106-010355 Equal Housing Opportunity This 1910 3 Bed/2 Bath cottage offers a wrap around front porch, updated kitchen with tons of storage, updated windows, screen back porch and fenced yard. Original hardwood flooring in many of the rooms. Plan on spending your evenings relaxing on the front porch with a glass of tea! Sold in IE Condition. An Owner Occupant may obtain a FHA Loan to include Repair Escrow of less than $10,000. Owner Occupant may obtain an FHA $100 DP Loan if qualified. HUD Homes are Sold AS-Is without any guarantee or warranty by the Seller.
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Lynne Zwak, Gemstone Realty
(404) 274-0029
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4 Comments on 1910 – Comer, GA

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  1. RyanRyan says: 78 comments
    1860 Greek Revival

    Wow, if I weren’t tied to New York with all this medical stuff, I think I’d have to be house hunting in Georgia. It seems you can get so much there for so little, and the taxes are so much fairer too.

    • JimHJimH says: 4864 comments
      OHD Supporter

      There are good doctors in Athens and Atlanta too. My mother and sister got stuck in the “my doctors are here” trap, and they died where they didn’t want to be. Remember John C, who followed his dream of buying an old house.

      • RyanRyan says: 78 comments
        1860 Greek Revival

        Of course you’re right, Jim. I’m not as concerned with doctors as I am concerned with my health insurance. A while after developing both heart and kidney failure, my wavering health made it pretty much impossible to work regularly – I was hospitalized eight times in one year – so I had no income at all and had to live off my savings for about two years. Now I get a small disability income, but more importantly I qualified for free (and surprisingly good) medical insurance through New York State, which was a godsend. But if I want to keep it, I have to reside in NY. At least until I’m old enough to get Medicare.

        • JimHJimH says: 4864 comments
          OHD Supporter

          I hope you’re well now, and it’s great that the state helped out when it really mattered. It sucks that you (and millions of other folks) have to make life decisions because of health insurance. Wouldn’t it be great if …

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