While it's fun to look at the biggest, and best homes of the Quad Cities, sometimes it's fun to see what the bottom dollar gets you. We found the cheapest home in the Quad Cities, and it is located in East Moline.

How much does this bad boy go for?

This two-bedroom, 1-bath is on the market for $11,900.

The house is 1,200 square feet, and the lot itself is 4,792 which isn't too bad overall. That means it is only $10 per square foot. The house does need A LOT of work though. It has no photos of the inside which is never a good sign. It does have a couple of photos of the exterior though.

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The Photos

Source: Zillow
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There is the front. The cracked front door really adds character. Now let's look at the back.

Source: Zillow
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To be fair, compared to other homes, the yard size is pretty solid, but otherwise, just by looking at this house, it's clear there is a large number of fixes needed on the outside alone.

About The House

On  Zillow, the description says this is a great investment opportunity.

This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in East Moline is a great investment opportunity. Hammer, nails, paint and elbow grease are highly encouraged. Close to a local park and creek. This is a great opportunity to purchase a hidden gem.

I think you might need a little more than just that, but hey if you want to start flipping houses, this might be the perfect start!

This house was built in 1915, and has been on the market for 28 days at the time of writing this, so who knows maybe you can even go under the asking price! If you do buy the house please let me know if it is haunted!

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