Heart of the City. Still able to be flipped for a profit. (Capitol Hill)

There are few examples better of what “looking past it” means than this home.
Here there were many attending issues including squatters, abandoned vehicles on the property and delayed maintenance.  However, the home backs up to an inner-city park (so they’ll never have a neighbor) it faces east so they get morning sun and it’s atop the crest of Capitol Hill.  It would be a nice walk downtown if you so desired.

We listed it for $550,000, it sold for $703,000, and it was sold again last year for $1,000,033.

Have a look at it today on Redfin (as a guide only) today.
You won’t find many deals like this one, but when you do they may be worth the time and effort (investment).