when seized real estate goes to auction


A courtroom more or less in darkness. Small lamps in front of the president and the execution judge. We hear voices more than we see faces. “141,000”. “143,000”. “145,000 euros”… Finally, the 65 m apartment² with cellar and garage, located rue Louis Goux in Villeurbanne, priced at 65,000 euros, finds a buyer for 166,000 euros. Almost three times more than the starting bid. “Even at this price, it is still interesting. It’s well below the market,” comments Michel, who was the buyer.

A minute and a half to go one better

The man is not in real estate. “It’s not my job, but it’s my thing,” he says.


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