Per square foot prices trigger a time-travel experience, with numbers straight out of the 1960s and 1970s – under $20 a square foot in some cases.
A number of the homes appear to be in decent, livable condition. Despite that fact, many have been lingering on the market for extended periods.
Is there a price point at which home buyers will completely disregard any potential for appreciation – or even value-retention – and simply focus on the extremely low monthly cost of ownership for low-priced Aurora homes?
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