|Seller Name:||Imperial County|
|Location:||8010 HWY 111
|Auction Started:||08-29-15 08:00 AM ET|
|Auction Closed:||09-01-15 01:00 PM ET|
|The Imperial County Treasurer-Tax Collector offers tax-defaulted property for auction and encourages bidders to research the property thoroughly using the following information as a starting point.|
General Tax Sale Information
|Legal Description||LOTS 10 & 11 BLK 32 LESS TO ST HWY TOWNSITE OF NILAND|
|Address||8010 HWY 111
|Parcel Image||View Parcel Image|
|Parcel Map||View Parcel Map|
|Assessed Values From||2014 - 2015|
|Personal Property Value||$0.00|
The due diligence items below apply to all related auctions from this seller.
Imperial County requires that the winning bidder submit the deed transfer information to Bid4Assets within 48 hours of the close of auction.
To bid on this auction, all bidders are required to become qualified by placing a deposit. The deposit of the winning bidder is automatically transferred to the seller at the end of the auction. If the winning bidder fails to perform on any auction, the entire BidDeposit will be forfeited to the seller. Non-winning bidders' deposits are refunded within (10) ten business days after the close of the auction. This deposit cannot be applied to other auctions. To find out more about the BidDeposit requirement, click here.
Full payment must be received by Bid4Assets no later than 4:00 PM ET (1:00 PM PT) on Friday, September 4, 2015. - No exceptions will be made. If the payment policy is not adhered to the winning bidder will forfeit their deposit to Imperial County and may be banned from future sales.
A California documentary transfer tax will be added to, and collected with, the full purchase price. This tax is calculated at the rate of $.55 for each $500.00 or fractional part thereof. Also, a $35 per-parcel-won administrative fee will be added to the final sale price.
Only a successful bidder has the opportunity to purchase County assets. If the successful bidder defaults, under California State Law, The County cannot resort to the second highest bidder, and will be required to take APPROPRIATE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE BIDDER WHO DEFAULTS.