All successful bidders will be required to sign purchase paperwork and pay for the balance of the your down payment immediately following your winning bid.
IF YOU ARE BIDDING ONLINE WE WILL CONTACT YOU WITHIN 72 HOURS OF THE AUCTION TO SEND PAYMENT AND CLOSING INSTRUCTIONS. ALL SUCCESSFUL ONLINE BIDDERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY FULL PAYMENT AS PER CONTRACT WITHIN 10 DAY OF THE CLOSE OF THE AUCTION.
YOUR SOURCE FOR ONLINE AUCTIONING, BUYING & SELLING OF NATIONAL BUILDING LOTS, ACREAGE & LAND!
EASY STEPS TO USING CATALOG
1. Start by deciding which parcels are of interest to you.
2. Read through the Terms and Conditions of this auction.
3. Request parcel maps from the local county or municipality in which the property is situated; perform research on the property to determine among other things: taxes, homeowners fees (if any), and land use and zoning; and physically inspect each property on which you plan to bid.
4. Some parcel maps may also be available at the auction site.
5. Some general questions regarding the properties in this brochure may be answered by checking our website.
6. Attend the auction.
REGISTRATION IS FREE
REGISTRATION CONTINUES UP UNTIL THE START OF THE AUCTION.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
SIMPLE WAYS TO GET PARCEL MAPS
1. Visit our website
2. Call 866.400.BIDS (2437)
3. Contact the county or municipality in which the property is located.
WHAT TO BRING TO THE AUCTION
1. $500 cash (In House Only) or equivalent for each property on which you plan to bid.
2. Photo ID.
3. Checkbook, Credit Card, or ATM/Debit Card.
4. Your notes of properties you have researched.
GENERAL TERMS FOR USALANDSALE AUCTIONS
THERE IS NO COST TO REGISTER. To register, simply complete the Bidder Register Card. You will have to show $500 cash (In House Only) or cash (In House Only) equivalent (check, credit card) and a picture ID. You will be given a bidder number. You must register prior to bid.
PRIOR TO BIDDING
Please make sure to have all of your questions answered regarding the properties of interest in advance of placing a bid. By placing a winning bid on a property, you are legally bound to contract on the property.
WHEN YOU ARE THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER
All successful bidders will be required to sign purchase paperwork and pay for the balance of your down payment immediately following their winning bid. When you are the successful bidder, you will be escorted to the documentation area, where you will sign purchase documents and pay the required funds. Closing staff is not prepared to answer additional research questions regarding the property such as taxes, HOA fees, etc. All research questions should be answered prior to bidding. You may continue to bid on other properties, from the documentation area, while you are completing your paperwork. All final paperwork shall be completed within 90 days of the auction.
THE FIRST $500 OF EVERY PURCHASE MUST BE PAID IN CASH (In House Only) OR CASH (In House Only) EQUIVALENT.
Cash (In House Only) equivalent means traveler's check, money order, or cashiers check made payable to yourself, if you are the winning bidder you will then endorse it over to us. Any additional amounts due (over and above the $500) may be paid with a personal check, business check, money order, traveler's check or cashier's check. ALL MAJOR CARD CARDS WILL ALSO BE ACCEPTED. The buyer shall be required to pay a non-refundable documentation fee of $595, for each property purchased, to cover the costs of document preparation, deed recording, and mailing. All bids are subject to a 10% Buyers Premium, except the table auction properties, which have no buyers premium. The Buyers Premium is added to the winning bid and is payable as part of the purchase price. All parcels are sold on a Real Estate Purchase Contract. Parcels purchased with financing shall make use of a Promissory Note and Mortgage or Deed of Trust. Buyers my NOT assign contracts to third parties. Title to each property will be conveyed to buyer only after the execution and satisfaction of all closing documents and requirements.
WARRANTIES & DISCLAIMERS
* All sales are considered sold, final and binding.
* Any property which sells for $1,000 or less must be paid in full at the auction and if the winning bid is for less than $5,000 it must be paid with in the closing period usually 30 days.
* If financing a parcel, the minimum monthly payment shall be $100.
* When a monthly payment is paid, it will first be credited to interest then due, then toward principal. THERE IS NO PREPAYMENT PENANLTY FOR PAYING THE LOAN OFF EARLY. A late fee of $50 shall be charged if any payment is more than ten days delinquent. A returned check fee of $30 shall be charged for any check which is returned unpaid.
* If a buyer purchases more than 3 parcels, the 4th and all subsequent parcels must be paid in full within the closing period usually 30 days.
* Seller and Auctioneer reserve the right to limit the number of purchases made by any bidder. This is per household.
SELLER DOES WARRANT THAT:
a) Title to each parcel is marketable title.
b) No monetary liens on property other than recurring assessments or bonds.
c) Real property taxes which are due and payable prior to the auction day shall be paid by seller. All real estate taxes and other recurring assessments, including Homeowners Association fees, due and payable after the closing will be the responsibility of the buyer. Some states have taxes which are billed in arrears, meaning this year you will receive a bill for the previous the year's taxes, because the bill came out after the closing, the buyer will be responsible for this tax.
AS SELLER, WE DO NOT WARRANT, AND WE ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:
a) Encumbrances which are identifiable via a physical inspection of the property.
b) Utilities or lack thereof. Contact the City or County Building department for information on utilities.
c) Mineral rights or lack thereof.
d) Location and size of the property. Sizes advertised are approximate.
e) Assessments and/or bonds for utilities or homeowners association due/fees.
f) Zoning or building codes. Contact the City or County building department.
g) Access. Seller makes no representation on guarantee regarding physical and/or legal access.
All properties are being sold in "as is" condition. The winning bid is a final, binding agreement to purchase. All properties are offered subject to Seller's acceptance of the winning bid. Auctioneer may accelerate bids on behalf of the owner. The sale of these properties is subject to all existing exploration rights, easements, rights of way, assessments, zoning, land use restrictions, covenants, conditions and restrictions. If buyer discovers a violation of the above guarantees, and seller is unable to remedy such violation within a reasonable period of time, then buyer's sole remedy shall be limited to cancellation of the sale, and a refund of all refundable monies paid by buyer to sell. These warranties extend only to the purchaser, and do not extend to third parties. If buyer wishes to purchase title insurance, it will be at buyer's expense. Current Property List is subject to changes. Auction day notes will be handed out prior to the start of the auction.
TITLE BY DEED
Deeds conveying title from Seller to Buyer shall be recorded in accordance with the contract terms. The Seller warrants that title to each parcel is, on the date of sale, free of all recorded monetary liens unless disclosed. Some properties being offered may have been previously acquired by tax deed and some title insurance companies will not insure tax deeded properties, so Buyers of tax deeded properties will be required to sign an acknowledgment form. The Seller has attempted to provide accurate information on all documents. In the event that a typographical error exists in the legal description, Assessor's Parcel Number, or parcel size, the Seller may correct the error and proceed with the recording or re-recording.
BIDDERS MUST PERSONALLY INSPECT AND INVESTIGATE EVERY PARCEL ON WHICH THEY BID
Look before you buy! Failure to do so will not be grounds for a cancellation or adjustment of sale. Buyers must rely on their own interpretation of property value, and not rely on any statements made by seller, broker and/or auctioneer. Inspect the property; investigate the property and its approved uses. Be an informed buyer! Some parcels were purchased by seller sight-unseen. Buyer will be required to acknowledge that they have personally inspected and investigated each property they purchase.
THE SELLER HAS MADE EVERY EFFORT TO VERIFY THE ACCURACY OF INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. HOWEVER, ERRORS DO OCCUR. ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN WAS OBTAINED FROM COUNTY MAPS OR OTHER SOURCES DEEMED RELIABLE, BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED AND MAY BE IN ERROR. SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT THE ACCURACY THEREOF.
Remember, each parcel of real estate is unique. The properties we sell may be dry or wet, flat or slopped, rocky or sandy, with or without roads, with or without legal access, with or without utilities, etc. Seller, Auctioneer and/or Broker assume no responsibility for the providing or absence of any information whatsoever, or for the accuracy thereof. USALANDSALE reserves the right to deny any person access to the auction site for interference, solicitation, canvassing, nuisance or any other reason. Announcements made at the auction take precedence over any printed material, or misprints.
The Properties are separated into Four Groups:
1. LIVE AUCTION - known as straight auction or CASH (In House Only) OR TERMS
2. BID and ASSUME - BIDDING ON THE RIGHT TO ASSUME A BUILT-IN LOAN
3. FIXED PRICE AUCTION - predetermined price. (SEE FULL EXPLANATIONS BELOW)
4. TABLE AUCTION - properties at a 'BUY IT NOW' Price
1. LIVE AUCTION EXPLANATION - PROPERTIES DESIGNATED AS CASH (In House Only) OR TERMS
Properties designated as CASH (In House Only) OR TERMS may be purchased with cash (In House Only) or financed on terms if over $4,999, by paying a down payment of 15%, plus 10% Buyers Premium of the full purchase price, plus the documentation fee of $595. The remaining balance may be financed with us at 12.9%. We do not check credit as part of our decision to offer financing, and you do not have to qualify for financing. EVERYONE QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING, REGARDLESS OF YOUR CREDIT.
$ 1.00 - $ 4,999 No financing available. Must be paid within closing period
$ 5,000 - $ 9,999 May be financed up to 5 years/ 60 months
$ 10,000 - $ 14,999 May be financed up to 6 years/ 72 months
$ 15,000 - $ 24,999 May be financed up to 7 years/ 84 months
$ 25,000 - $ 49,999 May be financed up to 10 years/ 120 months
$ 50,000 - $ 74,999 May be financed up to 12years/ 144 months
$ 75,000 + May be financed up to 15 years/ 180 months
2. BID AND ASSUME - PROPERTIES DESIGNATED AS BIDDING ON THE PROPERTY IN ADDITION TO LOAN - [GREY BACKGROUND SECTION]
Some of the properties being offered at the auction are for sale with built-in seller financing. You may pay cash (In House Only), or you may finance it with us. We do not check credit as part of our decision to offer financing; and you do not have to qualify for financing. EVERYONE QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING, REGARDLESS OF YOUR CREDIT.
You are bidding on the right to assume the loan amount, and your high bid will be added to the loan amount to determine the actual selling price. In addition to your bid amount, you are assuming a loan on these properties. The loan payment amount and loan term are disclosed.
WHEN YOU ARE THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER ON THE BID AND ASSUME AUCTION, YOU HAVE TWO WAYS TO PAY:
Remember you're bidding on the right to assume the loan amount.
The math works like this:
EXAMPLE: You bid $1000 for BID and ASSUME property X
1. You may pay in full:
Your Winning Bid Amount $1,000
BID and ASSUME Loan Amount $5,000
10% Buyer Premium $ 600
Closing/Recording Fee $ 595
Total to Pay at Auction $7,195
2. You may finance the property
BID and ASSUME Loan Amount $5,000
On Auction Day
Your Winning Bid Amount $1,000
10% Buyer Premium $ 600
Closing/ Recording Fee $ 595
Total to Pay at Auction $2,195
Finance the BID and ASSUME Loan Amount (see terms)
The balance of the purchase price would be financed.
Contract terms are specified per contract
3. FIXED PRICE AUCTION EXPLANATION
Throughout the auction we will have a Fixed Price Auction: A Fixed Price auction allows the auctioneer to sell an item at a predetermined price to the first bidder that places a bid. As soon as a successful bid is placed, the auction is closed and the bidder wins the item.
4. TABLE AUCTION EXPLANATION
Throughout the auction, properties will be offered for sale at the table auction. These will be offered at a "BUY IT NOW" price. There is no buyer's premium on these properties, and you will not have to bid against anyone else for these properties. All table auctions have built in financing that the buyer will assume. If you wish to purchase one of these properties under the terms listed on the property sheet, simply advise the USALANDSALE staff person at the table, and you will immediately be escorted to the closing area where you will complete your purchase.
All representations made are to the best of our knowledge and must be verified solely by the Buyer. Do not bid on this property OR ANY PROPERTY unless you have conducted your own investigations into the property and are assured that the property is suitable for your intended needs. The Seller has made every effort to verify the accuracy of information contained above. However, errors do occur, all information contained herein was obtained from county maps, county representatives or other sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and may be in error. Buyers must rely on their own interpretation of property value, and not rely on any statements made by seller, broker and/or auctioneer. Inspect the property; investigate the property and its approved uses prior to bidding. Be an informed buyer!
The Assessors Office and the Planning Department in most counties, is the best source for researching the property you're interested in, they also maintain a variety of maps to help you locate the property. Title companies are also a good source, most charge a fee to research.
SUGGESTION: Visit myduediligence website. It provides real estate investors with links to County and Municipal Building, Zoning and Tax Appraiser Websites.
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