A fixer-upper is ideal for buyers willing to invest sweat equity and live in less-than-ideal conditions. In Fla., Miami and Jacksonville rank high for fixer-uppers.
NEW YORK – Milwaukee. Philadelphia. Detroit. Memphis and Baltimore. These are just a handful of the top 10 cities in the U.S. with the lowest cost of “fixer-upper” homes, according to research from StorageCafe, a nationwide storage space marketplace.
What’s a fixer-upper? It’s a house that’s available to buy at a lower price because it usually requires major work. Think of it also as a labor of love – literally. Although buyers can likely still live in a fixer-upper, they will likely need to spend a lot of time and money on maintenance and upgrades.
10 best cities for fixer-upper houses