A house in Flint, Mich., recently went on the market for $188.
Decades ago, Flint was the birthplace of General Motors, but has been on a steady decline since the 1980s when American auto companies moved their production plants out of Michigan to other states and countries.
According to USA Today, the house was built in 1928, stands 1,225 square feet, and includes three bedrooms and one bath. The entire property is 5,663 square feet.
A listing for the house on Realtor.com describes it as a "Fixer Upper Home, Needs lots of work, has major fire damage, seller selling AS IS," noted USA Today.
In contrast, the most expensive home on the real estate market is in Beverly Hills. Calif., according to Coldwell Banker.
The 53,000 square-foot home includes a wine vineyard, 128-foot reflecting pool, 27-car garage, 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms. The master suite is a staggering a 5,000 square feet.
The home is owned by Jeff Greene, a real estate investor, who rents the house to wealthy occupants for $475,000 a month.
The estate also includes a spa, guest house, 50-seat theater, elevator, bowling alley, ballroom with revolving dance floor, game room and a wine vault that can hold more than 10,000 bottles.
Sources: KTLA, USA Today (Image Credit: Svilen.milev)