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LOOK: Get A New Home For A Steal! Foreclosed Homes In The Spokane Area

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KHQ.COM - If you are in the market to buy a house you may want to consider looking at these homes that are currently in foreclosure in the Spokane area. These homes are located in areas all around Spokane and range in list price from $52,900 to $479,000. With a little paint and some elbow grease, many of these homes would be great for those who are looking to flip a home and turn a profit.

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