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Top Three Least Expensive Residential Property Sales For the Past Week

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Let's take a look at the top three least expensive residential real estate sales for the past seven days. First up?

3) Unit #733 at 260 King Street, South Beach
Listed For: $299,000
Received: $275,000
Size: 1-bed, 1-bath; 728-square-feet
The Skinny: This was a known short sale, which was is not an easy sale to navigate. The last sale was in 2007 for $669,000. Monthly HOA dues are $721.46 and there's 1-car parking for a leased fee of $121.28. We understand that the HOA seems high, but it's the Beacon. That building is packed full of amenities.

2) 41 Rebecca Lane, Bayview
Listed For: $219,900
Received: $225,000!
Size: 2-bed, 2-bath; 1,237-square-feet
The Skinny: Twas a bank owned property. The listing says that the "property will not last long," which was right. It was on the market for less than a month.

1) Unit #405 at 333 Grant Avenue, FiDi
Listed For: $189,000
Received: $140,000
Size: studio, 1-bath; 441-square-feet
The Skinny: On the market for 791 days, this below market rate condo finally sealed the deal on Halloween. Monthly HOA dues are $682 and there's no parking.