Foreclosure Commercial & Industrial Properties for Sale

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Foreclosure Commercial & Industrial Properties June 15, 2019
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5615 Miracle Lane offers 10,000 square feet of office-warehouse space on a 4.25 acre parcel. The building is equipped with two large executive office spaces and a 2nd floor supervisor office. 16'...
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Beautiful 5 acres zoned neighborhood commercial lot with 2,400 SF metal building (in very poor repair and is being sold "as is") The property has 389 feet frontage on Hwy 9 and 412 feet overlooks...
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