The Muskegon County Land Bank will auction off one dozen tax foreclosed homes Friday, July 28.

On Wednesday, six of the homes were opened for inspection by prospective bidders.

The Land Bank believes in the hands of the right new owners, the homes can be saved. If not, most will be demolished.

The auction is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. at 97 East Apple Avenue, in room 113. All of the homes are in the cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights.

Electrical service to all the homes has been turned off, so potential bidders are asked to bring a flashlight.

Bidders can't have outstanding taxes, the homes must be brought up to occupancy within one year, and also can't be resold for three years.

Bidding begins at $1,000.

Listed below are the properties:

July 26

July 27

1654 Dyson - 9 a.m.

3037 Glendale 9 a.m.

2221 5th 10 a.m.

3032 Jefferson 10 a.m.

2525 5th 11 a.m.

3204 5th 11 a.m.

2332 Hoyt 1 p.m.

2913 Howden 1 p.m.

2408 Hoyt 2 p.m.

56 East Lincoln 2 p.m.

2541 and 2545 Hoty 3 p.m.

3321 Baker 3 p.m.

Photos of the properties can be found on the Muskegon County Land Bank website.

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