This Single-Family is located at Stayton Rd Se, Turner, OR 97392. This listing is NOT an active listing. Updates to this listing have stopped. This listing may be off the market. No further information is available at this time. It has 2 Beds, 1 Bath , 768 sqft of living space.
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This single-family property is available as a as-is deal at Stayton Rd Se. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, and 768 square feet of living space. Based on our analysis of the current market conditions in Turner for Stayton Rd Se and comparable listings, the estimated market value is still being calculated. If purchased for rental purposes, this property might present an opportunity to make monthly rental income. The rental value will be updated on this listing soon. Factors considered in this calculation include the property location, condition, status, and convenience. Properties like this one located at Stayton Rd Se are updated daily along with others in Turner, Oregon.
The property located at Stayton Rd Se in Turner, OR is listed as a As-Is DealThis is an inactive As-Is Deal listing located in Turner, Oregon. Properties on static.foreclosure.com are typically available for deep discounts that can often reach 50 percent or more!
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