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Vacant houses auction: 150 LI homes available next week

In coordination with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's Office of Storm Recovery and the NY Rising Housing Recovery Program, Paramount Realty USA has 150 Long Island properties ready for auction next week May 19 and 20. The properties include 81 Nassau homes and 69 Suffolk properties, all damaged either by superstorm Sandy or other storms that have hit the Island. According to Paramount, the pre-storm values of the homes were as high as $1.2 million, with the minimum bids on some of the homes as low as $28,000.

Here are more of the homes available for purchase at auction in Massapequa, Babylon, Bay Shore and other parts of Long Island.

To view more of the homes in the auction, click here.

In order to bid, a prospective buyer would have needed to inspect a property last month.

Bellmore

Pre-storm value: $775,000 Minimum bid: $287,300 Lot size:
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Pre-storm value: $775,000

Minimum bid: $287,300

Lot size: 9,372 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $13,894

This Bellmore high ranch was built in 1966
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Bellmore high ranch was built in 1966 and has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a two-car garage, central air conditioning and waterfront views of a nearby bay.

East Rockaway

Pre-storm value: $310,000 Minimum bid: $68,575 Lot size:
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Pre-storm value: $310,000

Minimum bid: $68,575

Lot size: 4,000 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $8,143

This East Rockaway ranch was built in 1924
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This East Rockaway ranch was built in 1924 and has three bedrooms, one bathroom and a patio.

Freeport

Pre-storm value: $400,000 Minimum bid: $140,400 Lot size:
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Pre-storm value: $400,000

Minimum bid: $140,400

Lot size: 2,500 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $11,717

This Freeport Colonial was built in 1923 and
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Freeport Colonial was built in 1923 and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, central air conditioning and waterfront views of a nearby canal.

Island Park

Pre-storm value: $350,000 Minimum bid: $72,800 Lot size:
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Pre-storm value: $350,000

Minimum bid: $72,800

Lot size: 2,000 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $6,900

This Island Park cape was built in 1930
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Island Park cape was built in 1930 and has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a garage and a fireplace.

Long Beach

Pre-storm value: $525,000 Minimum bid: $122,850 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $525,000

Minimum bid: $122,850

Lot size: 9,200 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $8,529

This ranch in Long Beach was built in
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This ranch in Long Beach was built in 1951 and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car garage and a fireplace.

Massapequa

Pre-storm value: $800,000 Minimum bid: $265,200 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $800,000

Minimum bid: $265,200

Lot size: 10,240 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $4,373

This ranch in Massapequa was built in 1949
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This ranch in Massapequa was built in 1949 and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage, a fireplace and central air conditioning.

Seaford

Pre-storm value: $345,000 Minimum bid: $127,725 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $345,000

Minimum bid: $127,725

Lot size: 2,026 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $5,535

This Seaford Colonial was built in 1914 and
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Seaford Colonial was built in 1914 and has two bedrooms, one bathroom and waterfront views of a nearby canal.

Amityville

Pre-storm value: $450,000 Minimum bid: $157,950 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $450,000

Minimum bid: $157,950

Lot size: 6,011 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $10,090

This Amityville Colonial was built in 1952 and
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Amityville Colonial was built in 1952 and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage, a fireplace, central air conditioning and waterfront views of a nearby canal.

Aquebogue

Pre-storm value: $300,000 Minimum bid: $74,100 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $300,000

Minimum bid: $74,100

Lot size: 6,969 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $2,460

This ranch in Aquebogue was built in 1935
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This ranch in Aquebogue was built in 1935 and has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a fireplace and views of the water.

Babylon

Pre-storm value: $425,000 Minimum bid: $99,450 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $425,000

Minimum bid: $99,450

Lot size: 8,000 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $11,913

This ranch in Babylon was built in 1928
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This ranch in Babylon was built in 1928 and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage and a fireplace.

Babylon

Pre-storm value: $425,000 Minimum bid: $99,450 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $425,000

Minimum bid: $99,450

Lot size: 8,000 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $5,435

This cape in Babylon was built in 1942
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This cape in Babylon was built in 1942 and has three bedrooms, one full and one half bathroom, and a garage.

Bay Shore

Pre-storm value: $600,000 Minimum bid: $148,200 Lot size:
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

Pre-storm value: $600,000

Minimum bid: $148,200

Lot size: 21,780 square feet

2015 approximate taxes: $16,336

This Bay Shore split-level home was built in
Photo Credit: Paramount Realty USA

This Bay Shore split-level home was built in 1955 and has four bedrooms, two full and one half bathrooms, a fireplace and water views.

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