High prices for everyday goods have the squeeze on budgets nationwide, so we went out in search of savings. And we have 11 reasons to feel good. While home costs are still crazy high, we were able to find 11 homes on the market priced below $100,000.
Of course, there are caveats: If you’re looking for a brand-new home or the upscale perks of a luxury residence, these more modest domiciles won’t fit the bill.
However, many of these budget-friendly older homes have been recently remodeled. Or the price is so low, you’ll have funds left over to spring for a few of your own personal touches.
If you’re considering becoming a homeowner for the first time, searching for an investment property, or looking for a fresh start in a new location, we urge you to take a tour of these inexpensive residences.
These inflation-proof prices are too good to pass up—and they probably won’t last long.
Here’s the deal: Built in 1948, this charming two-bedroom abode maximizes its 816 square feet.
The living area extends out to a petite porch, and there’s space for a laundry room and a pantry or mudroom. Fenced and landscaped, the property also features a one-car carport and storage shed or workshop. It’s located less than a mile from downtown.
Here’s the deal: Here’s a great option for a remote-work headquarters. With three bedrooms—two of them on the upper floor—the floor plan offers some options.
The main-floor bedroom features original pocket doors and could easily serve as a home office. The 1,444-square-foot home also features an eat-in kitchen and a main room for living or formal dining. An attic offers additional storage space.
Here’s the deal: Built in 1946, this home has been updated with a fresh coat of paint, refinished wood floors, and a new roof.
Along with two bedrooms, the 870-square-foot residence includes a dining room, a living room with a fireplace, and an enclosed porch that could work as an office, gym, or sitting area.
Here’s the deal: Craving a cute cottage? Here’s one that will warm your heart.
This three-bedroom dwelling features a living room with a fireplace and a large picture window. An older kitchen with a new fridge opens to a dining area and pantry. Other features include an updated bath, a washer-dryer, and a fenced yard with a double carport.
Here’s the deal: A beauty in blue, this two-story, four-bedroom treasure from 1915 boasts period woodwork and hardwood floors. It also offers 1,671 square feet, which means it’s just $45 per square foot.
The generous-sized living room features a wood-burning fireplace, and the dining room can be used as a family room. There’s also a sunroom, and a back porch serves as a laundry room.
A top-floor “maid’s room” could be an office, gym, or playroom. Bedrooms all feature walk-in closets. Other details of the pleasing place include hardwood floors and arched doorways. And there’s a full, unfinished basement.
Here’s the deal: Built in 1915, this 1,546-square-foot residence offers three bedrooms and three baths. Charming details include vintage woodwork, old-world doors, and a historic staircase. The main floor features an updated kitchen, large dining room, and laundry room.
There’s also an unfinished basement with a bath that could be converted into a guest room or office space. Outside, concrete has been added for a patio, and there’s a parking pad for the two-car garage.
Here’s the deal: Set on a half-acre, this home from 1895 is filled with period details, including millwork, wood floors, and pocket doors. The three-bedroom home spans 1,900 square feet and will need some TLC. But at this price, you’ll have funds left over for a renovation.
Here’s the deal: Take a gander at this updated bungalow. The move-in ready abode offers two bedrooms and one bathroom in a compact 1,000 square feet. A classic galley kitchen comes with a built-in cooktop and oven.
Other details include a living room with a decorative fireplace, a large dining room, and a front porch. The property offers a fenced backyard and a two-car garage.
Here’s the deal: This is one that’s hard to pass up. Built in 1912, the three-bedroom home offers a number of updates. There’s even a spacious kitchen with new countertops and cabinets. You’ll also find remodeled baths, fresh paint, and new carpet.
Newer windows allow for plenty of natural light, and the attic could be built out for additional living space.
Along with laundry, other perks include a front porch and a storage shed in the backyard. Located in a quiet neighborhood close to a nearby park, it’s being sold as is.
Here’s the deal: We fell for the cute kitchen in this remodeled pad. The two-bedroom home also includes an office that could be used as a third bedroom.
Along with a big backyard, the place comes with updated everything, such as new windows, roof, paint, and flooring. The on-trend kitchen features black-and-white counters as well as white cabinets with tons of storage. Just be prepared to add your own appliances prior to move-in.
Here’s the deal: With fresh, white interiors, the home feels fresh and new. Built in 1920, this three-bedroom residence features a partial basement and fenced backyard.
The updated white kitchen flows to the living and dining area. Move-in ready, it comes with window coverings, durable laminate flooring, and a sparkling bath. It’s located close to Notre Dame University, a park, and shops.
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