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BID RAISE PERIOD - Current Bid $133,126.88 - 3268 North Walnut St., Farmville NC
This auction is of a beautiful brick home in an very nice neighborhood near downtown Farmville, NC. This 2,086 square foot home has (4) bedrooms, (2 1/2) baths, nice eat-in kitchen, enclosed sun porch, (2) car attached garage, detached garage/workshop, and more! It is situated on a nearly 1/2 acre lot just a couple of blocks from downtown in an upscale quiet neighborhood. This property is being sold in the Matter or Estate of Betty R. Langston
You can contact Dewey Dunn (252)916-1002, Mike Gurkins (252)916-1005, or our offices (during business hours) at (252)946-6007 to gain access to view and/or inspect this property.
THIS AUCTION WAS HELD LIVE ON LOCATION AT THE PROPERTY ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2019 AT 10:00 AM.
THE HIGH BID WAS RECORDED WITH THE PITT COUNTY CLERK
THE CURRENT BID IS $133,126.88
THE CURRENT UPSET BID PERIOD EXPIRES ON 9/16/19 at 5:00PM
FILE NUMBER 16-SP-185
PITT COUNTY TAX INFO
3268 North Walnut Street, Farmville, NC
Parcel - 13368
Size - 0.44+/- acres
Built - 1968/1985
Living Area - 2, 086 heated space
Current Tax Value - $149,129.00
COUNTY TAX DATA SHEETS AND OTHER FILES MAY BE ATTACHED BELOW BY CLICKING THE RED "MAPS/BROCHURES" BUTTON. IF THERE ARE SEVERAL LARGE FILES FOR THIS PROPERTY THEY MAY NOT ALL AUTOMATICALLY OPEN, BUT MAY INSTEAD APPEAR AS A FOLDER IN THE LOWER LEFT CORNER OF YOUR SCREEN. SOME USERS MAY HAVE THE FIRST PDF FILE AUTOMATICALLY DISPLAY ALONG WITH A BOX PROMPT ASKING YOU TO "OPEN" OR "SAVE" THE ZIP FILE. TO ACCESS ALL OF THE FILES, CHOOSE TO "OPEN" OR "SAVE" OPTION. THE ZIP FOLDER WILL BE PLACED ON EITHER YOUR DESKTOP OR WITH YOUR DOWNLOADS. FIND THE "ZIP FILE" ICON, DOUBLE-CLICK IT TO OPEN THE FILE, THEN DOUBLE-CLICK TO ALL OF THE FILES LISTED SEPARATELY. IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS ACCESSING THESE FILES, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US TO HAVE THESE FILES SENT TO YOU DIRECTLY.
TERMS – This sale is being conducted in the Matter and/or the Estate of Betty R. Langston. The property is being sold “FREE AND CLEAR” of all liens, or with liens satisfied at closing. The property is being sold “AS IS, WHERE IS”. The property is being sold with taxes prorated as of day of closing, meaning the current year taxes will be split between the Buyer and the Seller based on the closing date; all prior years taxes will be paid by the Seller. A 5% deposit or $750.00 deposit, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, is required at time of sale. The sale is subject to all North Carolina Estate General Statutes including a “(10) DAY UPSET BID PERIOD”, meaning that the last and final bid at the auction is recorded with the Clerk of Court for the county that the property is located in and held open. Anyone can contact the Clerk’s office and raise the bid during the raise period. All raises made after the close of the auction must be of at least 5% of previous recorded bid and must be made through the Clerk’s office. Each time the bid is raised, the (10) day “upset bid period” starts over. This process continues until there have been no raises. At that time, the file is sent to the Clerk for the confirmation process. Once confirmed, the high bidder will have (30) days to close on the property. There is “NO BUYER’S PREMIUM” or additional buyer fees charged by the auction company. The Buyer should inspect the property prior to bidding and do any and all research they deem necessary. Country Boys Auction & Realty, Inc., its Brokers, and employees are agents for the Seller and have no dual agency representation of responsibilities.