It’s easy for buyers to look at real estate listings, then simply wave the white flag. Prices keep on rising, and finding a place of your own seems like a pipe dream. But don’t give up just yet.
If you’re looking for a great deal, we have encouraging news. We’ve scoured nationwide listings and found 10 well-appointed homes—all priced under $100,000.
The idea of sub-$100,000 homes may conjure up images of teardowns or crumbling shacks. But fret not. The homes we found aren’t fixer-uppers (unless you want to take on a renovation to update or redo the home design). They’re in perfectly good shape, and many have been recently updated. They’re generally smaller, and they could be smart choices for first-time buyers, empty nesters looking to downsize, or even real estate investors.
Without further ado, behold these 10 homes priced below $100,000. And don’t forget your wallet—you might want to put in an offer on the spot.
Wallet-friendly features: This 1,500-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Built in 1910, it features an inviting front porch and a formal living room. Outside, you’ll find a fenced backyard with a patio.
Wallet-friendly features: This well-cared-for Tudor from 1940 has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen with a breakfast nook, a living room with a fireplace, and a bonus room that could be a guest room or an office.
Wallet-friendly features: This cherry-red paint job will stop you in your tracks, which is a good thing when it comes to shopping for a bargain. The restored three-bedroom, two-bathroom traditional from 1925 features original hardwood flooring and exposed brick in the kitchen. The home could be reconfigured in a modern layout, and the price certainly leaves room for renovations.
Wallet-friendly features: If you favor a brick house, this place is for you. The exterior also features a covered front porch and back patio. Inside there are three bedrooms, new windows and carpets, plus an unfinished basement that could be transformed into a playroom or rec room.
Wallet-friendly features: Escape to the Vacation State with this 1970s A-frame. The 700-square-foot home has two bedrooms, one bath, and a large porch and balcony to take in the wildlife. It sits on 5 wooded acres, which include a pond.
Wallet-friendly features: The adorable ranch has three bedrooms, one bath, and 1,000 square feet of space. Built in 1957, it has had a number of updates, including flooring, heating, and roof.
Wallet-friendly features: This storybook-style home from 1930 has been “well-loved” and updated by its current owner. There are two bedrooms, 1.5 baths, a dining room with built-ins, a living room with decorative fireplace, and a basement with half-bath. It’s close to the lake, beach, restaurants, and the freeway.
Wallet-friendly features: This sweet and cheery home comes with three beds, one bath, and a detached, two-car garage. Updates include new kitchen countertops and appliances. The bathroom has also been updated and now features a jetted tub. Bonus: The gleaming wood flooring is original.
Wallet-friendly features: Totally transformed, this adorable abode is move-in ready. The floor plan includes a spacious living room, kitchen with newer appliances, dining room, office, and updated bathroom. Outside, there’s a deck and grassy yard, plus a covered front porch. Close to shopping and dining, this place would be a savvy pick for an investment property.
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