Today I took a family to find a good home with at least an acre of land. To find a good value home with at least an acre of land, we had to go as far as 35 miles away. With traffic and other roadside mishaps, you'll be lucky to get to the beach in an hour. Prices have gone up even in remote places. I found one that I thought was perfect for them, and they thought the same, but it's just too darn far for the purpose they have in mind.
So, after dinner, I went back to the computer and I stumble into this home in Georgetown. This home has a lot of character and it will be a good fit for investors. I even think that it can be converted to a duplex for more income. I hope you'll like my pick of the day. It's not in a flood zone. And, remember Georgetown is coming up in this area when the Steel Manufacturing Company from Canada bought the old steel mill.
Here's the street view. Be sure to click on the little man in the square box bottom left so you can walk around the street and have a feel of the neighborhood.