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15 Homes in Foreclosure Going to Sheriff's Sale in February

One of the Strongsville properties is valued at $270,000

 

Fifteen homes in foreclosure will be auctioned at sheriff's sales in February, according to the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's website.

In January, six Strongsville properties were sold at auction and five were withdrawn by the court or by bankruptcy. 

February's homes range in value from $55,000 for a Royalton Road property to $270,000 for a house on Northwood Trail. 

All are described as single-family dwellings with two- or three-car garages.

Feb. 4

15684 Boston Rd. -- appraised value $120,000, minimum bid $80,000

Feb. 11

16693 Northview Drive -- no appraised value listed; minimum bid $59,612.81

17150 Rabbit Run Drive -- appraised value $175,000; minimum bid $116,667

15860 Boston Rd. -- appraised value $90,000; minimum bid $60,000

20567 Hemlock Circle -- appraised value $150,000; minimum bid $100,000

20469 Homestead Park -- appraised value $130,000; minimum bid $86,667

20621 Royalton Rd. -- appraised value $55,000; minimum bid $36,667

8940 Big Creek Parkway -- appraised value $90,000; minimum bid $60,000

16018 Wedgewood Lane -- appraised value $150,000; minimum bid $100,000

Feb. 19

8854 Lincolnshire Blvd. -- appraised value $110,000; minimum bid $73,334

Feb. 25

18110 Howe Rd. -- appraised value $120,000; minimum bid $80,000

16769 Walnut Creek -- appraised value $110,000; minimum bid $73,334

20529 Westwood Park Blvd. -- appraised value $90,000; minimum bid $60,000

20787 Royalton Rd. -- appraised value $140,000; minimum bid $93,334

22172 Northwood Trail -- appraised value $270,000; minimum bid $180,000

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