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Those wanting to snap up a bargain on the back of others' misery, or simply curious bystanders, can even go on a weekly bus trip around Stockton called the Repo Home Tour, set up by a wily entrepreneur, Cesar Dias. "We have one or two tour buses full every week," says Dias. "It becomes a friendly field trip."

More than a year has passed since the sub-prime crisis began to bite and in parts of the US even celebrities are being snared. Evander Holyfield, former world heavyweight boxing champion, is facing foreclosure on his $10m mansion in Atlanta, which has 109 rooms, a bowling alley and 17 bathrooms.

The market is in such a sorry state that a San Diego housebuilder, Michael Crews Development, is offering a "buy one, get one free" deal on new homes. Anyone purchasing a $1.6m luxury detached home in Escondido gets a $400,000 townhouse thrown in. Marketing director Dawn Berry says: "Everybody's talking about such terrible things. We did this to create a buzz."

In California's worst-hit cities, nobody seems hopeful of an upturn. If the slump continues, it won't be long before Stockton's worst-hit streets have more brown lawns than green ones.

Interesting article.

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Tell you i came across a fantastic newish bugalow in Florida for $100k (50 Grand sterlin) complete with swiming pool and huge double garage.

$hit thats cheaper then they were 12 years ago if my memory serves me well.

Would buy it but i can not stand the nazis checking passports at the airports.

Without trying

3 bad/ 3 bathroom house for 83,000 pounds




More bargins but not florida

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Hmmmm.... If you managed to get two newbuild houses on Bogof then you could knock the walls through and you'd have a normal sized house.

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