In a somewhat surprising turn of events, the Los Angeles Times is now selling real estate. As you will recall, the LA Times recently ended their last Sunday real estate section of their newspaper. Now, they are running an auction site for the sale of distressed real estate. The first homes that will go on the block are slated for September 27 and 28 and will cater to bank owned and home builder owned real estate. It appears to be a (desperate) way for the newspaper to attempt to generate some profit with the declining revenues that they are receiving. The online auction company is called Zetabid.