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Foreclosure Auction ~ New Washington, Ohio

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Court Ordered Real Estate Auction

June 30th @ 12:00pm

Auction held on-site at:

309 Towne Street

New Washington, Ohio 44854

Crawford County Common Pleas Court

Case # 15CV0100

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


Sheila A. Marquart, et al., Defendants

2,424 SF, 1 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath, Single Family Home built in 1973 on a .34 acre platted lot.  

Tax Appraised at $103,060

Minimum Bid ONLY $43,334 

Crawford County PID:  1500002673.000 

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Lot Size: 2,423 SF on .34 acre platted lot

Annual Taxes: $ $1,486.96

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


Ron Denney
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W: 937-572-4468

Basic Terms:

Sells As-is subject to Court-Ordered minimum bid of $43,334 with no contingencies for financing or inspection.  10% buyer's premium in effect.  Buyer pays all closing costs. Equivalent of Sheriff’s Deed at closing with no liens or encumbrances.


Deposit and Closing:

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:

2% 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 (See attached Realtor Registration Form):

2) Accompany your client to the scheduled Inspection;

3) Accompany your client to the auction;

4) Guide buyer to closing. 


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