One Hundred Homes to be Auctioned Off in Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan

The economic recession has continued to impact the American populace, and foreclosures have swept across the Midwest. Foreclosed homes can often be bought for far less than their market value, and budget-conscious consumers can save a bundle by buying these undervalued homes.

Hudson and Marshall—a real estate auction firm—intends to put more than one hundred of these homes up for auction next week.

Of the 104 homes Hudson and Marshall intends to auction, sixty-six are located in Illinois. These homes will be sold to the highest bidder on May 14th, in a banquet room of the Chicago Marriott Southwest at Burr Ridge.

The auction will begin at 11:00 a.m. on the 14th, although prospective buyers are encouraged to visit the homes beforehand. They may do this by making an appointment with a listing agent, or by attending an open house.

More information about the homes and about the auction can be found at the Hudson and Marshall website.

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