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December 09, 2015 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a boarded-up, vacant home he plans to... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a boarded-up, vacant home he plans to... 
Darin McLeskey, real estate agent and investor, stands outside a boarded-up, vacant home he plans to broker for a Hong Kong-based investor in a once vibrant east side neighborhood in Detroit, Michigan December 3, 2015. Buying a property in Detroit a few years ago seemed like a steal for overseas investors – as little as a few thousand dollars would get them a house in a city that had hit rock bottom and could only see better times. Yet the promise turned into a nightmare for many and stories of properties vandalized, ransacked, left untended and un-rentable have sapped the interest from overseas buyers, real estate brokers say. To match Insight USA-DETROIT/PROPERTY Picture taken December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook 
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