1: 169 Hackett Blvd., Albany, NY 12208
Estate Auction. Solid Brick Ranch 3 Bdrm, 1 Bath, Easy Living Ranch. Hardwood Floors, Newer Roof, Open Floor Plan, 1 Car Attached Garage. Yard, Finished Basement, Walking Distance to Hospitals, Great for First Time Buyer or Down Sizer.
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AUCTION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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PROPERTY ADDRESS: 169 Hackett Blvd., Albany, NY 12208
AUCTION TYPE: Reserve
TAX LIENS: No (Property will be delivered free and clear of all liens)
EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT: 10% or $2,000 whichever is greater.
BUYERS PREMIUM: 10% or $2,000 whichever is greater.
AMOUNT DUE AT TIME OF AUCTION: 20% or $2,000 whichever is greater, with entire balance due at closing
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1. Agency Disclosure: RealEstateAuction.com, hereafter referred to as Auctioneer, and all licensees employed by or associated with the Auctioneer represent the Seller in the sale of the property or properties being sold at auction.
2. Buyers Premium: A Buyer’s Premium in the form of certified funds will be added to the final bid amount and such fee is not part of the purchase price. Payment of the Buyer’s premium is the sole and absolute responsibility of the successful bidder on the property at time of the auction and is not contingent on the transfer of title to the property. The Buyer’s Premium is calculated by multiplying the successful bid or subsequent alternate purchase price agreed upon by the parties, by the buyer’s premium.
3. Contract of Sale: The successful bidder for each property shall be required to execute and deliver an “Auction Purchase and Sale Contract” for each property immediately after being declared the successful bidder by the auctioneer. Failure to sign and deliver the Auction Purchase and Sale Contract within 3 business days will be deemed as a breach of the Terms and Conditions of Auction and result in forfeiture of the Buyer’s Premium and Earnest Money Deposit. A sample copy of the Auction Purchase and Sale Contract can be found on the details page for each specific auction property. You can also request that a copy be sent to you by email, regular mail or fax by calling 1-844-247-7653. Please review it with your attorney for approval prior to bidding.
4. Earnest Money Deposit: In addition to the Buyer’s Premium the successful bidder is required to pay an Earnest Money Deposit in the form of certified funds, at the time of the auction and it shall be credited toward the purchase price. The Buyer’s Premium and Earnest Money Deposit is non re-fundable and will be forfeited by the Purchaser to the Seller in the event the Purchaser defaults and does not close the transaction.
5. Closing Period: Closings shall be on or before 30 days from the date of the auction, unless the Seller agrees otherwise in writing pursuant to terms outlined in the Auction Purchase and Sale Contract. Time is of the essence as to the closing date.
6. Financing: No auction bids are contingent upon financing. Buyer financing is solely the responsibility of the buyer, and at no cost to the Seller. It is recommended that buyers pre-qualify for loans, assuring that they can close in accordance with the terms in the auction purchase and sale contract.
7. Property Is Sold “As Is”: All parcels, including any buildings or other improvements thereon, are offered for sale and sold “AS IS” without representation or warranty of any kind as to their condition, excepting where applicable, the HUD Lead Paint Disclosure for residential properties and any other disclosures required by law.
8. Inspections: Personal on-site inspection of each property prior to the auction is strongly recommended. Bidders are encouraged to have inspectors, architects, and/or engineers examine parcels prior to bidding. By placing a bid on the property the Bidder acknowledges that Bidder has either inspected the property or waived their right to inspect the property prior to bidding.
9. Due Diligence: Bidders are encouraged to conduct a title search and survey of the property prior to bidding. Bidders should exercise due diligence as to property usage, zoning and building code restrictions and or violations that may or may not exist as to the subject property. Property descriptions are deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Some properties may have lost their use variance, be subject to non-conforming use, scheduled for demolition as a result of being vacated or violate current building codes or zoning restrictions.
10. Deed Transfer: All parcels sold shall be conveyed to the Purchaser by means of a Warranty Deed, with Lien Covenant unless otherwise stated in the Auction Purchase and Sale Contract. Please review the Auction Purchase and Sale Contract with your attorney prior to bidding. In no event shall RealEstateAuction.com, be or become liable for any defects in title for any cause whatsoever, and no claim, demand or suit of any nature shall exist in favor of the purchaser, its heirs, successors or assigns, against RealEstateAuction.com, it’s agents or representatives arising from this sale.
11. Absolute Sales: In the event that the high bid on a property meets or exceeds the minimum price established by the Owner, the sale of such property shall be an absolute and final sale and shall bind all parties. .
12. Reserve Sales: Until the seller’s reserve price is met, RealEstateAuction.com may “counter bid” on behalf of the seller. RealEstateAuction.com bids will be recorded as “REABID” during the online auction. “Counter bids” do not occur after the seller’s reserve price is met. In the event that the high bid on a parcel is less than the minimum price established by the Owner, the sale shall be subject to approval by the Owner. The Owner shall have 72 hours to accept the bid or negotiate an alternate price. If the Owner does not accept the bid or negotiate an alternate price, the Purchaser’s deposit and Buyer’s Premium shall be returned to Purchaser in full. If Owner agrees to accept the bid or agrees to an alternate purchase price, the sale shall be deemed final.
13. Subject to Confirmation: In the event that a property is being sold “subject to confirmation,” the sale shall be subject to approval by the Owner and/or other 3rd party having an ownership interest in the property. The Owner and/or other 3rd party shall have 30 days to accept the bid or negotiate an alternate price. If the Owner and or/other 3rd party does not accept the bid or negotiate an alternate price, the Purchaser’s deposit and Buyer’s Premium shall be returned to Purchaser in full. If Owner or other third party agrees to accept the bid or agrees to an alternate purchase price, the sale shall be deemed final.
14. Internet Bids: The Auctioneer reserves the right to accept “Internet Bids” during or before a live auction event, whereby potential bidders unable to attend the live auction may place a bid via the Internet for a specific property. Internet bids will be announced as the opening bid at the start of the live auction or as an Internet bid during the live auction.
15. Offline Bids: The Auctioneer reserves the right to accept “Offline Bids” during an online auction event, whereby potential bidders unable to attend the online auction may place a bid offline via telephone, fax, mail or email for a specific property. Offline bids will be recorded as “REABID” during the online auction.
16. Bid by Mail: The Auctioneer reserves the right to accept bids by mail during a live or online auction. Once a bid is received by mail it will be recorded as an “BID BY MAIL” during live auctions and as “REABID” during online auctions. The successful bidder will be notified via mail and/or telephone at the end of the auction. Bids submitted by mail are subject to the same approvals as all other bidders at the online or live auction.
17. Bidding: Each bid is, by law, an irrevocable offer to purchase and each higher bid shall cancel an earlier bid. Once the highest bid is determined, the Auctioneer will close the bidding and at that time the highest bid shall be declared the “Winning Bid” and be deemed the “Purchase Price” subject to the terms and conditions of the auction. Auctioneer reserves the right to begin each auction with a starting bid, which will be announced before the start of the auction or listed online as the starting bid and/or current bid.
18. Winning Bids: The successful bidder for each property shall be required to execute and deliver an “Auction Bid Agreement” along with the required Buyer’s Premium and Earnest Money Deposit immediately after being declared the successful bidder by the Auctioneer for live auctions and within 24 hrs. for online auctions.
19. Breach of Auction Terms and Conditions: Failure to execute and deliver the Auction Bid Agreement along with the required Buyer’s Premium and Earnest Money Deposit will be deemed as a breach of the Auction Terms and Conditions and result in (a) forfeiture of Buyer’s Premium and Earnest Money Deposit, which will become immediately due and payable as liquidated damages, (b) forfeiture of any deposits made by check or credit card, as part of the bidding approval process, to be applied first as a credit towards the amount of any Buyer’s Premium due, (c) court-ordered “specific performance” of the contract.
20. Delinquent Taxes: In the event that a property is being sold “subject to existing liens and/or delinquent taxes,” the Buyer shall assume responsibility for all current and delinquent taxes. The Buyer shall also be responsible for contacting the taxing authorities to verify exact figures.
21. Personal Property: No personal property is included in the sale of any of the properties. The disposition of any personal property located on or in any parcel after the property is declared sold shall be the sole responsibility of the successful purchaser following the closing of sale.
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23. Auctioneer’s Decision Final: The Auctioneer’s decision regarding any bidding disputes is final, and the auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid that is not an appreciable advancement over the preceding bid. Auctioneer reserves the right to extend the auction bidding period, declare the property sold prior to the end of the auction bidding period, cancel the auction during the auction bidding period, or alter the terms and conditions from that previously published at any time during the auction bidding period. All announcements made at the time of the auction take precedence over all other advertising or previous publications.
24. Evictions: Properties are sold subject to the existing rights of all tenants. Summary proceedings or other legal actions relative to any third parties in possession of the premises, if necessary, are solely the responsibility of the successful bidder. .
25. Broker Participation: Buyer broker participation is invited. Broker commissions vary and are paid based on the fee schedule published on the individual property detail page. Commissions are only paid to properly licensed real estate brokers/agents who have registered as a Buyer Broker in accordance with auction rules and regulations no later than 24 hours prior to bidding at the auction. No exceptions will be made. Buyer Brokers can register by executing and delivering a “Broker Participation Form” and returning it to us via fax, mail or email. A copy of the Broker Participation Form can be printed from the documents tab for each auction property. You can also request that a copy be sent to you by email, regular mail or fax by calling 1-844-247-7653.
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