Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions offers new offerings during March 13th auction

2013-02-24T00:00:00Z Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions offers new offerings during March 13th auction nwitimes.com
February 24, 2013 12:00 am

On the corners of our cities and the back roads of our towns sits multiple properties in dire need of some overdue love and attention. What was once thriving businesses and residences have become run-down properties that still have promise with the right owner, a challenge that Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions take each and every day.

“Giving these properties new life is extremely gratifying,” explains Paul Rogers, President & Managing Broker at Oak Brook-based Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions. “So many of the properties we put up for auction simply need a new vision via a new owner. Often, the locations are very desirable, so all the place really needs is some sprucing up and vital tenants.”

Providing tailored auction and conventional marketing programs to find buyers for commercial, investment, industrial or trophy residential properties across the U.S., Inland offers a comprehensive menu of programs for all types of real estate. An upcoming auction on March 13th will highlight two Northwest Indiana properties that show immense promise in a brighter future.

“One of the buildings is in East Chicago and features 7000 square feet of space within a mixed use retail office,” explains Rogers. “This is a property that will be sold absolute, which means it will sell for whatever amount it is once the gavel falls, regardless of the price, which can mean a real deal for the right buyer.”

The remaining property is located at 1313 Sibley Boulevard in Dalton, Illinois and is being offered at a minimum price of $189,900. The 13,000 square foot property features a 50+ parking lot also. Interested buyers are invited to request more details by contacting Inland Auctions or by attending the March 13 auction, which will be held at Embassy Suites Lombard/Oak Brook at 6pm. Web simulcast bidding is also available.

“The auction takes place in an open bidding style within theatre type seating,” concludes Rogers. “If a buyer is comfortable with a price, they can really come away with a worthwhile property. Sometimes, all these properties need is a little work. I love watching interested property owners take advantage of some of these opportunities, and really make a difference in these communities.”

FOR MORE INFO:

Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions, Inc.

2901 Butterfield Rd.

Oak Brook, IL

(630) 990-8400

inland-auctions.com

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