Mike Baird and Doug Clark buy foreclosed properties at auction, sight unseen. And what they'll find when they get inside -- usually by busting down the door or shimmying through a window, since "when you buy a house at auction, the auctioneer isn't usually handing you keys and giving you a big kiss," Baird says -- is anyone's guess.
So ... meth house or mansion? Watch the video below to find out. And check out the "Flip Men's 5 Foreclosure Tips" on AOL Real Estate. "Flip Men" premieres premieres Oct. 25 at 10:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. CDT) on Spike.
Believe it or not, the median price to buy a home in America is just north of $170,000. This may come as a surprise to coast-huggers in some of the nation's more affluent cities, but the rest of the country's been in on the secret for years. And guess what -- great homes can be found for even less than the national median. Click through to see some of the finest homes for under $150,000.
Location: Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Size: 1,523 sq ft
This mini-colonial has four bedrooms, a fenced-in backyard and a two-car garage.
The home's interior has the hardwood floors and crown molding of a much more expensive abode.
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