Good Evening
Good Evening
ClassifiedsReal Estate

Vacant houses auction: See some of the homes up for bid

An auction sign in front of the Sandy-damaged

An auction sign in front of the Sandy-damaged home on Leo Street in Patchogue as prospective buyers enter the home Monday, April 13, 2015. The New York Rising-owned home will be auctioned off along with other Sandy-damaged homes beginning on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Credit: Barry Sloan

In coordination with Governor Cuomo's Office of Storm Recovery and the NY Rising Housing Recovery Program, Paramount Realty USA has 150 Long Island properties going on auction from May 19 to May 20.

The properties include 81 Nassau homes and 69 Suffolk properties, all damaged by superstorm Sandy and other storms that hit LI. According to Paramount, the pre-storm values of the homes are as high as $1.2 million, with the minimum bids on some of the homes as low as $28,000.

Although most of these homes will be purchased with the intention of demolition or rebuilding, take a peek inside some of the properties damaged by the storm and up for auction.

Mobile users click above to access the list. 

Latest Long Island News