Archive for December, 2014

PA Picks – Small Farm Properties with Big Possibilities

December 19th, 2014 by Ori Klein

For those looking for wide open spaces along with land you can profit on, take a look at our picks this week on small farm properties.

Check out Micoley’s 272-acre ‘farmette’ in Carney, Michigan. Boasting 90 tillable acres, this property comes with a 4-bedroom, 1-bath home as well as a 2-stall detached garage. A barn and silo are also included, allowing for income-producing livestock opportunities. PA digs this one for its recent updates including a new metal roof, windows, siding, storm doors and well pump. Online auction date is February 28th.

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PA Picks – Condos You’ll Want to Check Out

December 13th, 2014 by Ori Klein

This week we’re checking out some desirable condominiums hitting the auction block that offer not only beautiful surroundings, but also the convenience of low-maintenance home ownership.

Take a look at Micoley’s 1 ½ story townhouse-style condo in Galena, Illinois. Boasting 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a fireplace, deck and full basement, this 1,050sf home offers ample living space for the lucky winning bidder. PA digs this one for its location, adjacent to the Eagle Ridge Golf course making it the ideal vacation home or relaxing retirement villa. Online auction date is February 28th.
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Global Advice – Tips for Success at an International Real Estate Auction

December 2nd, 2014 by melissa

We wanted to share with our readers some tips on dealing with real estate auctions outside of the United States. Our friends at Ashley Wilson in London kindly outlined the details on how to best prepare for property auctions across the pond. You may find a lot of similarities despite being conducted on different continents – take a look!

Bidding for Properties at an Auction

Buying a home at an auction can be a fantastic alternative to purchasing in a conventional manner. Whilst buying a home in a traditional way can involve chains breaking down and a whole series of other disappointments, a process that usually takes months can last for just minutes when you buy via an auction – and what’s more is that you own the property when the hammer falls. You shouldn’t attend an auction without doing your homework first though, and you should always seek advice from professionals, such as Ashley Wilson solicitors in London, before you agree to anything.

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