$450,000 Avon Home, 5 Others Head to Sheriff's Sale

These houses are going to sheriff's sale this week.

Four Avon and two Avon Lake  homes in foreclosure are up for sheriff's sales this week, according to the Lorain County Sheriff's website. Sheriff's Sales are each Wednesday when scheduled.  Starting time is 10:15 a.m. at the County Administration building, fourth floor, 226 Middle Ave. in Elyria.

This week’s sales are on Wednesday, Dec. 19


  • 31651 Avon Road, Avon, appraised value $111,000; minimum bid $74,000
  • 39406 Evergreen Drive, Avon, appraised value $330,000; minimum bid $220,000.
  • 3035 Nagle, Avon, appraised value $171,000; minimum bid $114,000.
  • 3257 Potterstone Way, Avon, appraised value $450,000; minimum bid $300,000.

 Avon Lake

  • 126 Beachwood Avenue, Avon Lake, appraised value $84,000; minimum bid $56,000
  • 146 Drummond St., Avon Lake, appraised value $99,000; minimum bid $66,000.

 For more information about Lorain County foreclosure sales, click here.

Carol Murphy December 19, 2012 at 05:21 PM
Before rushing out to bid on any Sherrif Sale, make sure you are knowledgeable about the process. You need a certified check to seal the transaction, know how you will pay for it, and be ready to close on the transaction within 30 days. Definitely understand what liens you WILL be assuming on the property and costs involved.
Lori E. Switaj December 19, 2012 at 05:43 PM
Excellent advice Carol. From a pro.
Kathleen O'Brien Wilhelm December 20, 2012 at 02:11 AM
So sad for these people. so sad. There by the grace of God go we. Obama has destroyed the American economy, the government pre-Obama has destroyed the housing market and banks...and as Americans we must stop government from becoming larger.
Fact Checker December 24, 2012 at 04:06 AM
Kathleen - It's kinda hard to blame this one on Obama. The house on Drummond was bough in 1987 for $54,000.00 It was sold to Atlantic mortgage and Investment corporation in 1999 and refinanced 12 times all 6 years prior to Obama getting elected for his first term. I'm pretty sure this one could be chalked up to shady financing. I'm betting this couple could have used some government regulations at their bank. It is very sad for these people how corporations and private financial companies took advantage of them. I for one am glad there is some new government regulation to keep the market from robbing every American that is fortunate enough to own a home. Good luck to the Crawford's I hope our big government can protect them from the vultures of business better next time.
MZ December 24, 2012 at 01:29 PM
Fact Checker, during this Christmas season I pray to big government. Please protect us for all that is bad and scary in this world. Please watch over us and make sure we don't make bad decisions, you see we aren't as smart as you. Please with your almighty wisdom take care of us when we are sick, when we are old, this is a frightening world and we couldn't succeed without you. Please, punish the evil corporations and taketh from the rich and giveth to me. Please use your holy all knowing bureaucracy to make choices for us that we are incapable of making. Please provide food, shelter, clothing, and cell phones to us. In the name of Obama, Biden, Pelosi, and Reid I pray. Amen.


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