A two-bedroom, six-room Oakland home that was ravaged by fire in 2015 and has sat empty ever since has hit the market for a relative steal at $99,000 — and obviously that's just for the land.

SFGate caught wind of the new listing at 1151 72nd Avenue, near Coliseum BART, noting that it is priced well below the median for the area, which is $679, 600 in Oakland. Nearby homes have been listed for between $400,000 and $600,000, though clearly this one is not inhabitable.

Realtor Michael Stephens of BHG Highland Partners confirmed to SFGate that there's already an offer in on the burned out shell for $85,000.

The August 2015 fire actually spread to multiple properties on this street, and an empty lot a couple doors down, where the fire actually began at 1145 72nd Avenue, is also on the market for $125,000.

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