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O.J. Simpson’s Kendall home sells at foreclosure auction

October 30, 2013 11:00AM

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9450 SW 112th St., Kendall (inset: O.J. Simpson)

9450 Southwest 112th Street in Kendall (Inset: O.J. Simpson)

The hacienda-style Kendall home of incarcerated Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson sold yesterday at a foreclosure auction for $655,000.

A third-party bidder known as TK Miami LLC won the bid for the one-story house at 9450 Southwest 112th Street, the Daily Business Review reported. The lender might file a deficiency judgment Simpson to cover the $237,000 shortfall of the $892,000 that he owed JPMorgan Chase bank.

In August, a Miami-Dade County judge ordered the bank to seize the 4,233-square-foot property more than two years after a foreclosure action was filed, as previously reported. Simpson, who is serving time in a Nevada prison after being convicted of robbery and kidnapping in 2008, stopped paying the mortgage in 2010. He bought it in 2000 for $575,000.

The county property appraiser last assessed the four-bedroom house, which sits on 1.65 acres, at $487,433, the Daily Business Review said. [Daily Business Review]Mark Maurer

  • Kim Haug-Miles

    And why are we still publicizing info on OJ? This is old history. I am a real estate agent in MIA for many years and fail to see the relevance. You did post “foreclosure”! This was a house for Simpson to escape to and remain sequestered for many years. Undervalued and abandoned. I fail to see any importance to the publication.

    • Shane Grathwohl

      Celebrity (ex-celebrity) who had a home loan for $895k that sells foreclosure with a $237,000 loss to JP Morgan with a three year down time between mortgage payments are interesting metrics for many people. Just because you, a miami agent,,, wow… doesn’t find use in the story, doesn’t mean others won’t.

  • The Duke

    actually a good deal … Kendall with 1.65 acres CHEAP plus there are OJ Simpson fans who just for his sport career pay a premium. I bet this property is worth a million plus due to his notoriety …

  • Suzanne Anderson

    I’m not sure why this is newsworthy . . .

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