DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
Single family residence with 3 bedrooms and 1-1/2 baths. There are 6 rooms total, including a dining room. There is an attic and crawl space. The attic and half bath were added as improvements. According to the debtors the property is vacant and is in fair to poor condition. The lot size is 25 ft. x 119 ft. and the address is 2122 W. Illinois St. Evansville, IN 47712. Parcel number: 82-05-24-030-042.004-029, Legal: Lot 5, Block 95 in Lamasco, part of Pigeon Township. The 2012 taxes are $210.64 have been paid. The picture below was taken from the Vanderburgh County Website. To view the data sheet on the house Click here.
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 Parish 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.
We do not know of any liens.
Settled by immigrants some 200 years ago, the city of Evansville is situated on a gentle horseshoe bend on the Ohio River. As testament to the Ohio’s grandeur, the early French explorers names it La Belle Riviere (“The Beautiful River”). On March 27, 1812, Hugh McGary Jr. bought land for the settlement which he called McGary’s Landing. In 1814 to attract more people, McGary renamed his village “Evansville” in honor of Colonel Bob Evans and officer under then General William Henry Harrison in the War of 1812. McGary, Evans and James W. Jones revised the 1814 town plan of lots and streets in 1817. Vanderburgh County was created in 1818 and Evansville was made the County seat.
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Item ID: Prater01
Case Name: Richard & Sandra Prater
Case Number: 12-14896-JMM