This downtown Alexandria home is up for auction Friday.
A downtown Alexandria home on N. Pitt Street is set for auction Friday. It’s a foreclosure. Realty service Zillow estimates this home, which includes 4.5 baths, will sell for about $1.2 million. The number of bedrooms was not available. The 2,280-square-foot home, built in 2003, was last sold in November 2005 for $1.275 million. It also includes a detached garage. The City of Alexandria assessed it in 2012 as being worth $1.242 million. The trustee's sale legal notice appears on washingtonpost.com.
Events will be held Nov. 28 and Dec. 13.
In danger of foreclosure? The city of Alexandria’s Housing Counseling Services will host free foreclosure prevention clinics Nov. 28 and on Dec. 13. Clinics begin at noon in conference room 3 of the city of Alexandria Office of Housing, 421 King St., Suite 200. Clinics are provided to help participants identify financial options and services available to homeowners that have defaulted or are in danger of defaulting on a mortgage and avoid predatory lenders and foreclosure rescue scams that prey on homeowners facing foreclosure. Participants can also meet individually with a housing counselor and get answers to their questions. Housing Counseling Services is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-approved housing counseling …