DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
0.21 Acres of Vacant Land in Navajo County, AZ. Legal: Lot 242, Summer Pines #2. The site address for this property is 2773 Oak Tree Drive Show Low, AZ 85901. Parcel #309-41-242. According to the Assessor, this is a buildable lot with electricity nearby, zoned Rural-Residential. The 2016 taxes of $113.08 have not been paid. The past due taxes are approx. $115.34 good thru 1-31-17 (includes 2016 taxes, interest & late fees). The picture below is of the general area, not of this particular parcel. The assessed FCV is $8,775.00.
IMPORTANT LEGAL INFO
CSAssets specializes in the liquidation of Bankruptcy Assets and Personal Assets. All Bankruptcy Assets are sold “AS IS WHERE IS” with no warranties implied or stated. The Seller and the Bankruptcy Trustee are not responsible for issues, if any, with the title, the condition of the property, or any liens or encumbrances against the property. CSAssets has to rely on the property description that has been provided by the County Offices and the Debtor. CSAssets cannot guarantee that all of the information is accurate. The Buyer will be entirely responsible for this property after the sale, including but not limited to: paying any fees associated with the transfer of the property, the recording of the deed and transfer of Title and the gathering of any documentation necessary for that process. The Seller and Trustee are Not Realtors. CSAssets and the Trustee shall be under no obligation to the buyer except to provide the Buyer with a Trustee’s Deed for the property. CSAssets recommends all bidders perform their own due diligence PRIOR to bidding on this item. As with any Bankruptcy case, this sale may be subject to court approval. Please read all sections of the ad carefully, particularly for real estate sales.
LIENS Past due Taxes of approx. $115.34 good thru 1-31-2017, payable by the Buyer. We do not know of any other liens.
Navajo County is located in the northern part of the state of Arizona and the county seat is Holbrook. Navajo County was split from Apache County on March 21, 1895. The first county sheriff was legendary gunman Commodore Perry Owens, who had previously served as the sheriff of Apache County. It was the location for many of the events that played out during the Pleasant Valley War. Almost 66 percent of Navajo County’s 9,949 square miles is Indian reservation land. What is now Navajo County was first included in Yavapai County, but in 1879, the area was added to the newly formed Apache County.
This is all we know about this asset. A title search has NOT been performed on this item. CSAssets does not provide title insurance. If title insurance is desired, the buyer will be responsible for obtaining it through a Title Company. A document preparation fee of $200 will apply and will be included in the total of your invoice. Any fees/liens owing on this item are not part of the final bidding price. Serious Bidders Only. A bid submitted by a potential Buyer is an agreement to our Terms. The eBay disclaimer regarding “contract to purchase” does not apply to our U.S. Bankruptcy Court Ordered Sales. Potential Buyers should not bid unless the fully intend to complete the sale.
Item ID: Weddle03
Case Name: Jacqueline Weddle
Case Number: 16-10681