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Foreclosure Auction ~ Crestline, Ohio

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 Court Ordered Real Estate Auction Thursday, January 2nd @ 11:30am

Auction held on-site at:

121 N. Pearl Street, Crestline, Ohio 44827

Crawford County Common Pleas Court Case # 15CV0081

Acting Through Rural Development United States of America, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Plaintiff

V Eric M. Zier, Defendant

Online PRE-BIDDING at www.BidNowllc.com Closes 1/20 @ 3:33pm

Winning Pre-bidder at or above Minimum Bid will be contacted by phone to participate in the live auction

1,382 SF, 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, 2-Story Home built in 1933 over Crawlspace and 1 car detached garage on 50’ x 140’ lot.  Tax Appraised at $57,450.  Minimum Bid ONLY $16,667!

Lot Size: 1,383sf on 50 x 140 Lot

Annual Taxes: $ 1,127.04

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Tim Lile
Email Tim

W: 937-689-1846
F: 1(877)772-4217


Ron Denney
Email Ron

W: 937-572-4468

Basic Terms:

This is a Foreclosure Auction by Order of the Crawford County Common Pleas Court, Civil Division.  Sells As-Is with no contingencies for inspection, financing or otherwise.  10% Buyer's Premium will be added to final bid to establish the contract selling price.  Successful bidder will be required to deposit 10% of the contract selling price on auction day by cash or good check with balance due at closing within 30 days of Court Confirmation of Sale. Plaintiff shall pay delinquent taxes only. Buyer will be responsible for all current and future taxes. Buyer will pay all closing costs.  Sells subject to the Court-Ordered Minimum Bid of only $16,667.

Deposit and Closing:

Successful bidder will be required to deposit 10% of the total contract price by cash or check with proper ID PAYABLE to M & M Title Company which will be your non-refundable deposit if you are the successful bidder. Close within 30 days of Court Confirmation.  

Realtor Participation:

Realtor Participation: Commission available to Ohio Licensee representing a successful bidder who closes on transaction.  To collect a commission, Realtor's must: 1) Register your bidder no less than 48 hours prior to auction; 2) Accompany your client to the scheduled Inspection; 3) Accompany your client to the auction; 3) Guide buyer to closing. NOTE: If bidding online, you must register your client prior to their registering online.

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