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Category: PHOTO (1 records) Bidding Open ONLINE Court Ordered Foreclosure Auction: NO SET MIN. OPENING BID! 220 Nickelplate St. Louisville, OH - Stark County - Thursday, July 25, 4 PM EST
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TA009-1.jpgONLINE COURT ORDERED SALE

Final Bidding & Closing: July 25, 4 PM

220 Nickelplate St. Louisville, OH 44641
(also known as 220 S. Nickel Plate St. Louisville)

Do Not Trespass - Occupied

NO SET MINIMUM OPENING BID!
(Property Appraised for $126,000)

City of Louisville, County of Stark

4 Bed, 1.5 Bath, 1824 SF Home with 2 Car Garage; Basement; Paved Drive; Covered Front Porch; Annual Taxes $1492; Louisville CSD; City Water/Sewer; Parcel 36-01699

Stark County 2018 CV 00575; United States of America Acting Through the Rural Housing Service, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) v. Jose L. Ramirez, et al.

This is a Foreclosure Auction ordered by the Stark County Common Pleas Court. Liens joined in the foreclosure or filed after the commencement of the foreclosure are released as to the property as a matter of law. A 10% buyer's premium ($1000 Minimum) will be added to the high bid to obtain the final contract selling price. The high bidder will immediately post a pre authorized deposit via ACH transfer for $5,000 as a non-refundable deposit held in escrow which will apply towards the total purchase price at closing. The real estate is sold As Is with no contingencies. It is the bidder's responsibility to determine if the property is sold subject to delinquent utilities, demolition orders or other matters of public record that may adversely affect its value. Any inspections must be done prior to Auction. All information contained herein was derived from public sources. Information is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed. The sale will be reported to the Court with the expectation of confirmation. Once Court confirms sale (which varies due to several factors) High Bidder is legally required to pay balance and Close within 30 days of court confirmation at court appointed title company; Buyer pays all of their own closing costs. No contract signed at auction. The purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances, and expenses that the proceeds of sale are insufficient to cover.

AGENTS: Please see MLS or byceonline.com under forms for the agent/broker registration. Note: Agent/Broker Registration Must be sent in 48 Hours in advance of the start of scheduled sale of real estate.

Jeff Byce, PSO - ByceREALTY, 330.747.7000


Legal Description - USDA vs Ramirez.pdf
20190613 Stark County Auditor.pdf
Frequently Asked Questions with Estimated Closing Costs - Court Ordered Sales.pdf

       
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