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B2 Plaza Del Parque Condo, Bldg 6, Carolina, PR 00959
346235 AC--AC-/02-2017

BUY THIS PROPERTY NOW FOR $67,670!
CALL 800.986.9420.

The seller can pull this property at any time to convey to the mortgage insurer. Williams & Williams has been exclusively authorized to sell it at the buy now price subject to the property specific Terms of Sale. (Seller reserves the right to reject a Buy Now offer if required to do so by foreclosure laws or other rules related to the 2nd Chance program.) Contact 800.986.9420.

This is a Second Chance sale - Second Chance means it did not sell to a new homeowner at the Foreclosure Auction. During this Second Chance sale period, the home is discounted below appraised value. This is a limited time opportunity. Williams & Williams has been exclusively authorized to sell it at the buy now price subject to the property specific Terms of Sale, Disclosures, and Contract for Sale posted on the property specific webpage.

Act Quickly - Buy Now authorization may end at any time.


• Buyer will not be charged a Buyers Premium or Auction Service Fee.
• Broker co-op fee not offered.
• Buyer is responsible for all escrow fees typically ranging from $850-$1,500.
• Closing must occur on or before 21 days from seller's acceptance of offer.
• Buyer is responsible for obtaining possession of the property after closing.
• The property is being offered as is, where is, without any contingencies.
• Seller will agree to transfer title via Special Warranty Deed (or jurisdictional equivalent) if buyer secures title insurance, at buyer's expense, without delaying the closing date (title insurance costs are typically based upon the purchase price. Please contact the closing and/or title company for estimates.). Seller shall transfer the property via quit claim deed (or jurisdictional equivalent) if buyer does not purchase title insurance.
BUYITNOW

Open to the Public:
Property can be accessed if accompanied by a Realtor. Realtor please call 800-801-8003 for access.

Terms of Sale:

(English)

Thank you for participating in this Williams & Williams (“Auctioneer”) Online Auction.  The auction and conveyance of each property shall be governed by, and your registration (online and/or in person) evidences each bidder’s agreement with, the Contract for Sale at Auction, including all addenda, exhibits, disclosures, and other required documents (together, the “Contract for Sale”) and Sale Day Notes, Disclosures, the Auction Network, LLC Terms of Service, and these Terms of Sale.  Each of these documents govern your bid and the sale of each property.  The Terms of Sale are non-negotiable and irrevocable. Good luck and good bidding!

In order to bid on the auction items, all bidders must have a registered account as a Member of williamsauction.com and enrolled to bid on the specific property in question. There is no fee to create an account, however a credit card is required to verify identification and to pay the bid deposit required (see bid deposit terms below) to bid on some properties.  By bidding you are representing to the Auctioneer and the seller that you have read and agree to be bound by all terms and conditions for this sale as stated herein.  DO NOT BID unless you have read and agreed to be bound by the Contract for Sale, Sale Day Notes, Disclosures, Auction Network, LLC Terms of Service, and the auction Terms of Sale as they are enforceable against you.

Buyer acknowledges that the Property MAY BE CURRENTLY OCCUPIED. BUYER TAKES TITLE SUBJECT TO ANY RIGHT OF THE OCCUPANTS. BUYER WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO CLOSING. Seller makes no representations as to whether the Property will be occupied at the time of closing, and the Seller shall not be obligated to evict or remove the occupants. Properties may be subject to certain redemption rights of the prior owner or occupants. Buyer shall HAVE NO right to cancel the transaction based upon the occupancy status of the Property and shall remain bound by these Terms & Conditions and the Contract for Sale. Buyer shall be responsible with complying with all applicable local, state, and federal laws with respect to occupied Properties and is encouraged to determine the applicability of same, including, without limitation, the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009 set forth as Division A, Title VII of the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009 (the “Act”) and the terms of the United States Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”). Buyer MUST NOT trespass on the Property or disturb the occupants.

THE AUCTIONEER PROGRAM.  The sale is controlled by the auction program.  Auctioneer is not responsible for malfunctions or system errors which cause a bid or bidder to fail to be recognized or registered. If there is a dispute, the Auctioneer may re-open the bidding at the Auctioneer's sole discretion and shall serve as the sole arbiter as to who is or is not allowed to bid. The Auctioneer reserves the right to group, add to, delete, withdraw, consolidate or break down properties or quantities offered, to sell out of scheduled sequence, to reject any bid which is only a fraction advance over the preceding bid, to regulate bidding and to accept or reject any or all bids. Absentee bids may be accepted at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Any and all decisions of the Auctioneer regarding the order and conduct of the auction shall be final and absolute without liability to any party. Seller reserves the right to cancel or withdraw any property at any time.

SUBJECT TO SELLER ACCEPTANCE.  All auctions are subject to court or seller approval. Most sales are approved within fourteen (14) days. High bidders are not allowed possession until filing of the deed, at which time the property should be re-keyed. "Showing" requests from high bidders after the auction may not be accommodated by the seller.

AUCTION PROCESS.  Bidding starts at the nominal Opening Bid(s) indicated and is open to all who registered and are approved.  The Auctioneer will call the sale and control all increments of bidding. The bidding will continue for a period of three (3) to seven (7) days for each property.  The auction ends at a predetermined time with an Overtime Period if necessary, which is defined as follows: if a bid is placed within three (3) minutes of the close of bidding, then another three (3) minute period commences from the time of the last bid until no bids are placed within the next three (3) minutes. The last bid shall be made final.

Buyer will NOT pay a Buyer's Premium nor an Auction Service Fee for this property.

Closing must occur on or before 21 days from Seller's acceptance of offer. Buyer is responsible for all escrow fees typically ranging from $850 to $1,500.

BID DEPOSIT REQUIREMENT & AMOUNTAuctioneer requires a bid deposit for each bidder participating on-line in an auction.  In most instances, the minimum bid deposit shall be $2,500.00 per Event and grants the bidder the right to participate in up to ten (10) property auctions in a single Event.  Each on-line bidder shall have to pay an additional amount to participate in more than ten (10) property auctions or a property auction occurring in a different Event.  Bidders must use one (1) credit card for the bid deposit for a single Event.  An “Event” is comprised of single or multiple properties presented for auction by Auctioneer on the Auction Network on-line platform on a single day.  The specific properties and number of properties comprising an “Event” and the amount of the Bid Deposit per Property and/or per Event are determined by Auctioneer in its sole and absolute discretion and are subject to change without notice.  Please see the below table for bid deposit amounts and corresponding auction participation limits. 

Number of Properties Bid Deposit Amount
1 - 10 $2,500
11 - 20 $5,000
21 - 30 $7,500
31 - 40 $10,000

BID DEPOSIT PROCESSAs part of the Event registration process, each on-line bidder shall be required to select the property or properties on which they desire to bid and provide a valid credit card with limits in excess of the required bid deposit amount.  Auctioneer shall place a hold on the bidder’s credit card presented during the registration process in an amount equal to the required bid deposit.  The bidder, by registering for the Event and presenting a valid credit card for the bid deposit, authorizes Auctioneer to place a hold in the amount of the required bid deposit.  If the bidder IS NOT declared the high bidder for any of the properties selected during registration, Auctioneer will cancel the hold placed on the bidder’s credit card within two (2) business days.  Please keep in mind that your funds will not be available until your credit card issuer processes the hold cancellation.  Please contact your credit card issuer for more information regarding credit card holds and the time limits associated therewith.  If the bidder is declared the high bidder for any property, the bidder must satisfy the requirements set forth in the auction Terms of Sale and the Contract for Sale, including, without limitation, executing and returning the required Contract for Sale and the required down payment within forty-eights (48) hours of the conclusion of the auction.  Auctioneer shall cancel the hold on the bidder’s credit card within two (2) business days of receipt of the required Contract for Sale and clearance of the down payment funds.

CANCELLATION; LIQUIDATED DAMAGESIf the high bidder breaches any portion of the of these auction Terms of Sale, or the Contract for Sale and/or fails to return all executed copies of all required documents or the required down payment, the bidder’s high bid offer shall be rejected by the seller and all rights to purchase the property, if any, shall terminate with the seller having the right to offer for sale or sell the property to another without limitation, and the bidder shall pay Auctioneer liquidated damages in an amount equal to the bid deposit held on bidder’s credit card at the time of registration (regardless of whether the bidder actually processed the bid deposit).  The bidder hereby authorizes Auctioneer to charge the credit card used to register for the Event in the amount of the hold to satisfy all or part of the liquidated damages owed to Auctioneer by bidder.  BIDDER AGREES THAT IT IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT OR IMPOSSIBLE OR IMPRACTICAL TO ACCURATELY ESTIMATE THE AMOUNT OR EXTENT OF AUCTIONEER’S ACTUAL INJURY OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM A MATERIAL BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT BY THE BIDDER, AND BASED ON THE UNCERTAINTY OF SUCH ESTIMATION, THE BIDDER AGREES THAT LIQUIDATED DAMAGES IDENTIFIED HEREIN ARE A PROPER REMEDY FOR BIDDER’S MATERIAL BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT. THE BIDDER FURTHER AGREES THAT THE LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AMOUNT SET FORTH HEREIN CONSTITUTES A REASONABLE AND SATISFACTORY PRE-BREACH ESTIMATION OF EACH PARTY’S DAMAGES AND SHALL NOT IN ANY WAY BE CONSIDERED A PENALTY OR FOREFEITURE.

DOWN PAYMENT.  Each high bidder must make a ten percent (10%) non-refundable deposit per property with a $5,000 minimum amount at the conclusion of the auction. If the minimum down payment amount exceeds the Total Purchase Price reflected on the Contract for Sale, the down payment will be modified to an amount equal to the Total Purchase Price.  Please review the auction Terms of Sale, Contract for Sale, and/or Disclosures for the required Down Payment amount.   Electronic wire funds, ACH Debits, and cashier's checks are the only forms of payment accepted. If you are a resident / citizen of a country outside of the US, certified funds (bank check, wire transfer, certified checks) are required for the down payment and closing. Once the Seller approves the Sale, the down payment will be credited to the Contract. The balance of the purchase price, all closing costs, and the Technology Fee are due at closing.  Closing costs generally total approximately $1,400 and include title exam, title policy, closing fee, filing costs and any other fees noted.  Deposits will not be forwarded to any title company, or other party, for closing until Auctioneer's financial institution has received "good, cleared funds" for the deposit.

CONTRACT PROCESS.  Within twenty-four (24) hours immediately following the close of the auction, Auctioneer or Title Company shall contact the high bidder by electronic mail, telephone, or facsimile to provide documents for execution. All purchase documents will be provided to the high bidder and the high bidder will be required to sign and return all purchase documents to Auctioneer via overnight delivery. High bidder shall have forty-eight (48) hours following the auction to return the Contract for Sale and required documents and the required down payment.  Failure to return these items in the time-frame allotted shall result in the forfeiture of bidder bid deposit as liquidated damages pursuant to these Terms of Sale and the Auction Network Terms of Service. If you wish to have the purchase documents reviewed by an attorney, please contact Auctioneer PRIOR to the auction and we will provide them to you for review so as to not delay the post auction process. You may also obtain a copy of the pertinent auction and sale documents on our website at www.williamsauction.com. The Contract for Sale and Terms of Sale are not subject to negotiation.

CONTRACT FOR SALE DEFAULT.  If the high bidder executes and returns the Contract for Sale and other required documents and the down payment, but fails to complete the transaction for ANY reason (including, but not limited to, remitting the total purchase amount), the high bidder shall relinquish ANY right to complete the transaction and shall have no rights or interest in the property, as well as forfeit all down payment monies as liquidated damages to Seller.  PLEASE BE ADVISED: Various state statutes give Seller the right to pursue legal action against bidders who refuse to complete transactions. This may include (but is not limited to) suit to compel completion of the sale, and/or criminal charges of fraud or other intentional act.

AS IS, WHERE IS SALE.  All properties are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no financing, inspection, or other contingencies to sale. Auctioneer represents the seller only and does not inspect properties on bidder's behalf. Bidders must conduct their own due diligence and investigation of each property to determine the suitability of each parcel prior to placing a bid. Bidders must rely solely upon their own investigation and not any information provided by the Seller or Auctioneer. Failure of a bidder to be fully informed on the condition of a property will not constitute grounds for a claim adjustment or to cancel the sale.  All the information contained regarding this property was obtained from official county maps or other sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and may be in error.  Furthermore, the Auctioneer and Seller DO NOT WARRANT the accuracy thereof.  Seller has made no independent investigation of any information provided, and assumes no responsibility for the providing of or absence of any information, whatsoever, or for the accuracy thereof.  Read the Contract for Sale and Sale Day Notes to determine the existence of any disclosures, exclusions, representations, and disclaimers.  Do not bid if you have not inspected the property(s). By bidding you agree to all disclosures.

Buyers receive a deed prepared by or on behalf of Seller without any promise to obtain or provide any form of title policy or title insurance. Buyer’s receipt of a title report or title policy is not a condition of Closing.  Any mobile/manufactured housing not legally affixed to the property shall only be conveyed by a Hold Harmless Agreement or Quit Claim Bill of Sale unless otherwise noted in the Disclosures. Current year's taxes are pro-rated through day of closing as is customary. Buyer is responsible for all closing costs.

All the information contained on this property was obtained from official county maps or other sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and may be in error. Seller DOES NOT WARRANT the accuracy thereof. Seller has made no independent investigation of any information provided, and assumes no responsibility for the providing of or absence of any information, whatsoever, or for the accuracy thereof.

NOTICE: Institutional and Fiduciary Sellers (courts, government agencies, banks and trustees) have not occupied the properties and have NO information to provide for disclosure. Properties are sold 'As Is, Where Is' and should be fully inspected prior to bidding on.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK.  YOUR INSPECTION OF THE PROPERTY(IES) IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.  AUCTIONEER, SELLER, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND EMPLOYEES EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY "INVITEE" RELATIONSHIP AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR DAMAGE TO THEIR PERSON OR PROPERTY WHILE IN, ON, OR ABOUT THESE PROPERTIES, NOR SHALL THEY BE LIABLE FOR ANY DEFECTS, DANGERS OR CONDITIONS ON THE PROPERTY(IES).  ALL PERSONS ENTER THE PROPERTY(IES) AT THEIR OWN RISK AND SHALL DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, AND SAVE HARMLESS BROKER AND SELLER, THEIR AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND EMPLOYEES FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY ATTENDANT THERETO.

DISCLAIMERS & NO WARRANTIES.  AUCTIONEER AND THE SELLER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY LIABILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR CHANGES REGARDING ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED FOR THESE SALES. PLEASE READ THE CONTRACT FOR SALE, AND SALE DAY NOTES FOR A FULL AND COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF AUCTIONEER AND SELLER'S DISCLAIMERS.  SELLER AND AUCTIONEER HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY OR ITS FIXTURES OR CONDITION AND ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH.  BIDDERS ARE STRONGLY URGED TO RELY SOLELY UPON THEIR OWN INSPECTIONS AND OPINIONS IN PREPARING TO PURCHASE PROPERTY AND ARE EXPRESSLY ADVISED TO NOT RELY ON ANY REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY THE SELLER OR THEIR AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES. PROPERTY INFORMATION MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND POTENTIAL PURCHASERS SHOULD INVESTIGATE ALL DATA FULLY BEFORE RELYING UPON IT.

YOU ARE ENTERING A BINDING CONTRACT. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR BID CANCELLATIONS. THE REGISTERED BIDDER IS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE, LEGALLY AND FINANCIALLY, FOR ALL AUCTION ITEMS BID UPON WHETHER REPRESENTING ONE'S SELF OR ACTING AS AN AGENT. AN ONLINE BID ACCEPTED AT PUBLIC AUCTION IS A LEGAL AND BINDING CONTRACT. ANY BIDDER WHO FAILS TO CONSUMATE A PURCHASE WILL BE BANNED FROM BIDDING AT ALL FUTURE SELLER AUCTION EVENTS AND MAY BE PURSUED FOR CIVIL AND/OR CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS.


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La venta será controlada por el programa del subastador. Williams y Williams no es responsable por el mal funcionamiento o errores del sistema que causen una oferta o ofertante no ser reconocidos o registrados. Si hay una disputa, el subastador puede volver a abrir la subasta a la entera discreción del subastador y actuará como el único árbitro en cuanto a quién es o no es permitido hacer una oferta. El subastador se reserva el derecho de agrupar, agregar, borrar, extraer, consolidar o desglosar  las propiedades o las cantidades ofrecidas, para vender fuera de secuencia programada, de rechazar cualquier oferta que es sólo una fracción de antelación sobre la oferta anterior, para regular la oferta y para aceptar o rechazar cualquiera o todas las ofertas. Ofertas ausentas puede ser aceptadas a la discreción del subastador. Cualquier y todas las decisiones del Subastador en cuanto al orden y la realización de la subasta serán definitivas y sin responsabilidad para ninguna de las partes. El Vendedor se reserva el derecho de cancelar o retirar cualquier propiedad en cualquier momento.

Todas las subastas están sujetas a la aprobación del  judicial o vendedor. La mayoría de las ventas se aprueban en un plazo de 14 días. Los compradores no se les permite la posesión hasta la grabacion de la escritura, momento en el que la propiedad debe ser re-incorporada.  Peticiones de los compradores de “demostración ” después de la subasta no podrán ser acomodadas.

Ofertas comienzan en la(s) Oferta(s) nominal indicada y está abierta a todos los que están registrados y autorizados. El subastador llamara la venta y controlará los incrementos de oferta. La subasta continuará por un período de cinco (5) a siete (7) días por cada propiedad. La subasta termina en un momento determinado con un período de prórroga en caso necesario, que se define de la siguiente manera: si se hace una oferta dentro de los dos (2) minutos del cierre de la subasta, entonces otros dos (2) minutos de plazo comienzan desde el momento de la última oferta hasta que no se sitúan ofertas dentro de los próximos dos (2) minutos. La última oferta pasará a ser definitiva.

Una tasa de Servicio de Subasta de 1.500 dólares o una prima del comprador de 5% ($ 1.500 mínimo) se añadirá a la oferta mayor e incluida en el precio total de compra. Por favor, consulte las notas de venta del día, el contrato de venta, y / o el subastador para obtener información específica acerca de la propiedad en que desea hacer una oferta en.

Cada postor ganador debe hacer un depósito  de 5% no reembolsable por propiedad ($ 2.500 mínimo – cual sea mayor) a la conclusión de la subasta. Fondos electrónicos, tarjetas de crédito, cheques por teléfono, y cheques cajeros son las únicas formas de pago aceptadas. Si usted es un residente o ciudadano de un país fuera de los EE.UU., fondos certificados (cheque de banco, transferencia bancaria, cheques certificados) son necesarios para el pago inicial y el cierre. Una vez que el vendedor apruebe la venta, el depósito será acreditado al Contrato. El saldo del precio de compra y todos los costos de cierre se deben al cierre. Los costos de cierre generalmente son aproximadamente 1.400 dólares e incluyen examen del título, póliza de título, tasas de cierre, gastos de registro y cualquier otra tasa señalada. Los depósitos no se transmitirán a la companía de título o alguna otra parte, para el cierre hasta que el Banco de WW haya recibido "fondos bancarios despejados" para el depósito.

Dentro de 24 horas, inmediatamente después del cierre de la subasta, Subastador o Empresa de Título se pondrá en contacto con el comprador por medio de correo electrónico, teléfono o fax para proporcionar documentos para ejecución. Todos los documentos de compra serán proporcionados al comprador y el comprador deberá firmar y devolver todos los documentos de compra al subastador a través de entrega dia siguiente. El Comprador tendrá dos (2) días despues de la subasta para devolver todos los documentos completos o estará sujeto a pagar una indemnización equivalente al pago inicial. Si usted desea tener los documentos de compra revisados por un abogado, póngase en contacto con el subastador antes de la subasta y le proporcionaremos a usted para su revisión a fin de no retrasar el proceso de post subasta. También puede obtener una copia de nuestro contrato actual en nuestro sitio de internet en www.williamsauction.com. El contrato no está sujeto a negociación.

Si el comprador es un ganador y se niega o no completa la transacción por cualquier razón (incluyendo, pero no limitado a, remitiendo el importe total de la compra), el Comprador deberá renunciar a cualquier derecho para completar la transacción y no tendrá ningún derecho o interés en la propiedad, así como perder todo el dinero de depósito como daños de perjuicios al Vendedor. Tenga en cuenta:varias leyes estatales dan al vendedor el derecho a ejercer acciones legales contra los postores que se niegan a realizar las transacciones. Esto puede incluir (pero no se limita a)una demanda para obligar la finalización de la venta, y / o cargos criminales de fraude o acto intencional.

Todas las propiedades se venden "COMO ESTA, DONDE ESTA" sin contingencias a financiación, inspección o otras contingencias a la venta. Williams & Williams representa a los vendedores sólo y no inspecciona propiedades a favor del postor. Los compradores deben realizar su propia diligencia debida y  investigación de cada propiedad y también debe investigar la idoneidad de cada parcela antes de hacer una oferta y compra en la subasta. Los compradores deben confiar únicamente en su propia investigación y no cualquier información proporcionada por el vendedor o el subastador. La falta de un comprador a ser plenamente informado sobre la condición de una propiedad no constituiría una base para cualquier ajuste de la reclamación o derecho de cancelar la venta.

Los compradores reciben una escritura y Póliza de Seguro de Título como previsto por el gerente de cierre indicado en el contrato (cualquiera vivienda móvil en la propiedad  solo será transmitida por una Liberación de Responsabilidad o Factura de venta Quit Claim a menos que se indique lo contrario en las revelaciones). Los impuestos del año en curso se prorratean hasta el día de cierre, como es costumbre.

Una opción  "QUICK CLOSE, si está disponible (mire la página de Descripción de la Propiedad), permite a los compradores ahorrar todos los costos de título / cierre (por encima de, aproximadamente $ 1.400). Para calificar, el comprador debe pagar el precio de compra más cualquier otra tasa no de título (como la tasa de servicios) en total el día de la venta.  A los Postores en línea se les requirera a someter el importe total del precio de compra dentro de un (1) día hábil de la subasta, o a preparar los arreglos para la transferencia electronica de fondos el mismo día para calificar para la opción Quick Close.

Toda la información contenida en esta propiedad fue obtenida de las mapas oficiales del condado o de otras fuentes que se consideran confiables, pero no está garantizada y puede estar en error. Vendedor no garantiza la exactitud de la misma. Vendedor no ha hecho ninguna investigación independiente de cualquier información proporcionada, y no asume ninguna responsabilidad por la prestación de o la ausencia de cualquier información, de ningún tipo, o de la exactitud en esto.

AVISO: Vendedores Institucionales y Fiduciarios (tribunales, agencias gubernamentales, bancos y administradores) no han ocupado las propiedades y no tienen información que ofrecer para la divulgación. Las propiedades se venden " como está - Dónde está y debe ser completamente examinada antes de la subasta.

VENDEDOR Y empresa de subasta no tienen conocimiento de la propiedad en cuestión o de sus ACCESORIOS o condición y NO SON RESPONSABLES DE ESOS.

Usted está entrando en un contrato vinculante. NO HAY REEMBOLSOS o cancelaciones DE OFERTA. El POSTOR registrado es personalmente responsable, legal y financieramente POR TODO POR LO CUAL HA OFRECIDO AUN ASI SE  representa a uno mismo o actuando como agente. UNA OFERTA EN LÍNEA ACEPTADA EN SUBASTA PÚBLICA ES UN CONTRATO LEGAL Y VINCULANTE PARA LA COMPRA. Cualquier POSTOR que no logra consumar una compra se  LE PROHIBARA A POSTAR en todOs LOS futurAs EVENTOS DE SUBASTA DE vendedorES y PODRAN SER persEGUIDOS POR VIOLACIONES civiles y / o VIOLACIÓnes PENALes.

Disclosures:
Association Disclosure. Buyer acknowledges and understands that property is bound by the assessments and restrictions of a condo/home/property owners association, and Buyer agrees to be bound by same. Buyer agrees to assume any special assessments that may be payable in installments that are not yet due.

Financing Disclosure. Buyer acknowledges that property condition or type may adversely impact the availability of financing for said property. Buyer agrees to accept 'as is, where is' and is responsible for all costs and remediation therein. Buyer agrees to accept with no contingencies. Buyer acknowledges that seller has no obligation or responsibility to reconnect utilities for the purpose of inspection or for any other reason. Buyer further acknowledges neither seller, Williams & Williams, nor its agents make any assertions or guarantees as to the condition of said property or that utilities, plumbing, or fixtures therein will meet any financing guidelines. Buyer is encouraged to perform an independent inspection.

Personal Property Not Included. Only title to the real estate is being conveyed. Personal property may be present, but is not included in the auction. Removal of personal property remaining on site at the time of closing is the responsibility of the Buyer.

Closing must occur within 21 days from seller acceptance.

Property Type:
Condo
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Square Footage:
965+/- sf
Lot Size:
N/A
Year Built:
1998
Property ID:
346235

Property is being offered by: Williams & Williams7140 S. Lewis Ave Ste 200, Tulsa, OK 74136800.801.8003

Square footage per county records.

PR Broker: JULIA T. ACOSTA BETANCOURT. 787-895-4949 or 787-755-4949. Lic.# C-10579

B2 Plaza Del Parque Condo, Bldg 6
Carolina, PR 00959
Property Type:Condo
Description:3BR | 2BA | 965+/- sf
B2 Plaza Del Parque Condo, Bldg 6
Carolina, PR 00959
Property Type:Condo
Description:3BR | 2BA | 965+/- sf

Property is being offered by: Williams & Williams7140 S. Lewis Ave Ste 200, Tulsa, OK 74136800.801.8003

Square footage per county records.

PR Broker: JULIA T. ACOSTA BETANCOURT. 787-895-4949 or 787-755-4949. Lic.# C-10579

B2 Plaza Del Parque Condo, Bldg 6, Carolina, PR 00959
346235 AC--AC-/02-2017

BUY THIS PROPERTY NOW FOR $67,670!
CALL 800.986.9420.

The seller can pull this property at any time to convey to the mortgage insurer. Williams & Williams has been exclusively authorized to sell it at the buy now price subject to the property specific Terms of Sale. (Seller reserves the right to reject a Buy Now offer if required to do so by foreclosure laws or other rules related to the 2nd Chance program.) Contact 800.986.9420.

This is a Second Chance sale - Second Chance means it did not sell to a new homeowner at the Foreclosure Auction. During this Second Chance sale period, the home is discounted below appraised value. This is a limited time opportunity. Williams & Williams has been exclusively authorized to sell it at the buy now price subject to the property specific Terms of Sale, Disclosures, and Contract for Sale posted on the property specific webpage.

Act Quickly - Buy Now authorization may end at any time.


• Buyer will not be charged a Buyers Premium or Auction Service Fee.
• Broker co-op fee not offered.
• Buyer is responsible for all escrow fees typically ranging from $850-$1,500.
• Closing must occur on or before 21 days from seller's acceptance of offer.
• Buyer is responsible for obtaining possession of the property after closing.
• The property is being offered as is, where is, without any contingencies.
• Seller will agree to transfer title via Special Warranty Deed (or jurisdictional equivalent) if buyer secures title insurance, at buyer's expense, without delaying the closing date (title insurance costs are typically based upon the purchase price. Please contact the closing and/or title company for estimates.). Seller shall transfer the property via quit claim deed (or jurisdictional equivalent) if buyer does not purchase title insurance.
BUYITNOW

Open to the Public:
Property can be accessed if accompanied by a Realtor. Realtor please call 800-801-8003 for access.

Terms of Sale:

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Thank you for participating in this Williams & Williams (“Auctioneer”) Online Auction.  The auction and conveyance of each property shall be governed by, and your registration (online and/or in person) evidences each bidder’s agreement with, the Contract for Sale at Auction, including all addenda, exhibits, disclosures, and other required documents (together, the “Contract for Sale”) and Sale Day Notes, Disclosures, the Auction Network, LLC Terms of Service, and these Terms of Sale.  Each of these documents govern your bid and the sale of each property.  The Terms of Sale are non-negotiable and irrevocable. Good luck and good bidding!

In order to bid on the auction items, all bidders must have a registered account as a Member of williamsauction.com and enrolled to bid on the specific property in question. There is no fee to create an account, however a credit card is required to verify identification and to pay the bid deposit required (see bid deposit terms below) to bid on some properties.  By bidding you are representing to the Auctioneer and the seller that you have read and agree to be bound by all terms and conditions for this sale as stated herein.  DO NOT BID unless you have read and agreed to be bound by the Contract for Sale, Sale Day Notes, Disclosures, Auction Network, LLC Terms of Service, and the auction Terms of Sale as they are enforceable against you.

Buyer acknowledges that the Property MAY BE CURRENTLY OCCUPIED. BUYER TAKES TITLE SUBJECT TO ANY RIGHT OF THE OCCUPANTS. BUYER WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO CLOSING. Seller makes no representations as to whether the Property will be occupied at the time of closing, and the Seller shall not be obligated to evict or remove the occupants. Properties may be subject to certain redemption rights of the prior owner or occupants. Buyer shall HAVE NO right to cancel the transaction based upon the occupancy status of the Property and shall remain bound by these Terms & Conditions and the Contract for Sale. Buyer shall be responsible with complying with all applicable local, state, and federal laws with respect to occupied Properties and is encouraged to determine the applicability of same, including, without limitation, the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009 set forth as Division A, Title VII of the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009 (the “Act”) and the terms of the United States Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”). Buyer MUST NOT trespass on the Property or disturb the occupants.

THE AUCTIONEER PROGRAM.  The sale is controlled by the auction program.  Auctioneer is not responsible for malfunctions or system errors which cause a bid or bidder to fail to be recognized or registered. If there is a dispute, the Auctioneer may re-open the bidding at the Auctioneer's sole discretion and shall serve as the sole arbiter as to who is or is not allowed to bid. The Auctioneer reserves the right to group, add to, delete, withdraw, consolidate or break down properties or quantities offered, to sell out of scheduled sequence, to reject any bid which is only a fraction advance over the preceding bid, to regulate bidding and to accept or reject any or all bids. Absentee bids may be accepted at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Any and all decisions of the Auctioneer regarding the order and conduct of the auction shall be final and absolute without liability to any party. Seller reserves the right to cancel or withdraw any property at any time.

SUBJECT TO SELLER ACCEPTANCE.  All auctions are subject to court or seller approval. Most sales are approved within fourteen (14) days. High bidders are not allowed possession until filing of the deed, at which time the property should be re-keyed. "Showing" requests from high bidders after the auction may not be accommodated by the seller.

AUCTION PROCESS.  Bidding starts at the nominal Opening Bid(s) indicated and is open to all who registered and are approved.  The Auctioneer will call the sale and control all increments of bidding. The bidding will continue for a period of three (3) to seven (7) days for each property.  The auction ends at a predetermined time with an Overtime Period if necessary, which is defined as follows: if a bid is placed within three (3) minutes of the close of bidding, then another three (3) minute period commences from the time of the last bid until no bids are placed within the next three (3) minutes. The last bid shall be made final.

Buyer will NOT pay a Buyer's Premium nor an Auction Service Fee for this property.

Closing must occur on or before 21 days from Seller's acceptance of offer. Buyer is responsible for all escrow fees typically ranging from $850 to $1,500.

BID DEPOSIT REQUIREMENT & AMOUNTAuctioneer requires a bid deposit for each bidder participating on-line in an auction.  In most instances, the minimum bid deposit shall be $2,500.00 per Event and grants the bidder the right to participate in up to ten (10) property auctions in a single Event.  Each on-line bidder shall have to pay an additional amount to participate in more than ten (10) property auctions or a property auction occurring in a different Event.  Bidders must use one (1) credit card for the bid deposit for a single Event.  An “Event” is comprised of single or multiple properties presented for auction by Auctioneer on the Auction Network on-line platform on a single day.  The specific properties and number of properties comprising an “Event” and the amount of the Bid Deposit per Property and/or per Event are determined by Auctioneer in its sole and absolute discretion and are subject to change without notice.  Please see the below table for bid deposit amounts and corresponding auction participation limits. 

Number of Properties Bid Deposit Amount
1 - 10 $2,500
11 - 20 $5,000
21 - 30 $7,500
31 - 40 $10,000

BID DEPOSIT PROCESSAs part of the Event registration process, each on-line bidder shall be required to select the property or properties on which they desire to bid and provide a valid credit card with limits in excess of the required bid deposit amount.  Auctioneer shall place a hold on the bidder’s credit card presented during the registration process in an amount equal to the required bid deposit.  The bidder, by registering for the Event and presenting a valid credit card for the bid deposit, authorizes Auctioneer to place a hold in the amount of the required bid deposit.  If the bidder IS NOT declared the high bidder for any of the properties selected during registration, Auctioneer will cancel the hold placed on the bidder’s credit card within two (2) business days.  Please keep in mind that your funds will not be available until your credit card issuer processes the hold cancellation.  Please contact your credit card issuer for more information regarding credit card holds and the time limits associated therewith.  If the bidder is declared the high bidder for any property, the bidder must satisfy the requirements set forth in the auction Terms of Sale and the Contract for Sale, including, without limitation, executing and returning the required Contract for Sale and the required down payment within forty-eights (48) hours of the conclusion of the auction.  Auctioneer shall cancel the hold on the bidder’s credit card within two (2) business days of receipt of the required Contract for Sale and clearance of the down payment funds.

CANCELLATION; LIQUIDATED DAMAGESIf the high bidder breaches any portion of the of these auction Terms of Sale, or the Contract for Sale and/or fails to return all executed copies of all required documents or the required down payment, the bidder’s high bid offer shall be rejected by the seller and all rights to purchase the property, if any, shall terminate with the seller having the right to offer for sale or sell the property to another without limitation, and the bidder shall pay Auctioneer liquidated damages in an amount equal to the bid deposit held on bidder’s credit card at the time of registration (regardless of whether the bidder actually processed the bid deposit).  The bidder hereby authorizes Auctioneer to charge the credit card used to register for the Event in the amount of the hold to satisfy all or part of the liquidated damages owed to Auctioneer by bidder.  BIDDER AGREES THAT IT IS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT OR IMPOSSIBLE OR IMPRACTICAL TO ACCURATELY ESTIMATE THE AMOUNT OR EXTENT OF AUCTIONEER’S ACTUAL INJURY OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM A MATERIAL BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT BY THE BIDDER, AND BASED ON THE UNCERTAINTY OF SUCH ESTIMATION, THE BIDDER AGREES THAT LIQUIDATED DAMAGES IDENTIFIED HEREIN ARE A PROPER REMEDY FOR BIDDER’S MATERIAL BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT. THE BIDDER FURTHER AGREES THAT THE LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AMOUNT SET FORTH HEREIN CONSTITUTES A REASONABLE AND SATISFACTORY PRE-BREACH ESTIMATION OF EACH PARTY’S DAMAGES AND SHALL NOT IN ANY WAY BE CONSIDERED A PENALTY OR FOREFEITURE.

DOWN PAYMENT.  Each high bidder must make a ten percent (10%) non-refundable deposit per property with a $5,000 minimum amount at the conclusion of the auction. If the minimum down payment amount exceeds the Total Purchase Price reflected on the Contract for Sale, the down payment will be modified to an amount equal to the Total Purchase Price.  Please review the auction Terms of Sale, Contract for Sale, and/or Disclosures for the required Down Payment amount.   Electronic wire funds, ACH Debits, and cashier's checks are the only forms of payment accepted. If you are a resident / citizen of a country outside of the US, certified funds (bank check, wire transfer, certified checks) are required for the down payment and closing. Once the Seller approves the Sale, the down payment will be credited to the Contract. The balance of the purchase price, all closing costs, and the Technology Fee are due at closing.  Closing costs generally total approximately $1,400 and include title exam, title policy, closing fee, filing costs and any other fees noted.  Deposits will not be forwarded to any title company, or other party, for closing until Auctioneer's financial institution has received "good, cleared funds" for the deposit.

CONTRACT PROCESS.  Within twenty-four (24) hours immediately following the close of the auction, Auctioneer or Title Company shall contact the high bidder by electronic mail, telephone, or facsimile to provide documents for execution. All purchase documents will be provided to the high bidder and the high bidder will be required to sign and return all purchase documents to Auctioneer via overnight delivery. High bidder shall have forty-eight (48) hours following the auction to return the Contract for Sale and required documents and the required down payment.  Failure to return these items in the time-frame allotted shall result in the forfeiture of bidder bid deposit as liquidated damages pursuant to these Terms of Sale and the Auction Network Terms of Service. If you wish to have the purchase documents reviewed by an attorney, please contact Auctioneer PRIOR to the auction and we will provide them to you for review so as to not delay the post auction process. You may also obtain a copy of the pertinent auction and sale documents on our website at www.williamsauction.com. The Contract for Sale and Terms of Sale are not subject to negotiation.

CONTRACT FOR SALE DEFAULT.  If the high bidder executes and returns the Contract for Sale and other required documents and the down payment, but fails to complete the transaction for ANY reason (including, but not limited to, remitting the total purchase amount), the high bidder shall relinquish ANY right to complete the transaction and shall have no rights or interest in the property, as well as forfeit all down payment monies as liquidated damages to Seller.  PLEASE BE ADVISED: Various state statutes give Seller the right to pursue legal action against bidders who refuse to complete transactions. This may include (but is not limited to) suit to compel completion of the sale, and/or criminal charges of fraud or other intentional act.

AS IS, WHERE IS SALE.  All properties are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no financing, inspection, or other contingencies to sale. Auctioneer represents the seller only and does not inspect properties on bidder's behalf. Bidders must conduct their own due diligence and investigation of each property to determine the suitability of each parcel prior to placing a bid. Bidders must rely solely upon their own investigation and not any information provided by the Seller or Auctioneer. Failure of a bidder to be fully informed on the condition of a property will not constitute grounds for a claim adjustment or to cancel the sale.  All the information contained regarding this property was obtained from official county maps or other sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and may be in error.  Furthermore, the Auctioneer and Seller DO NOT WARRANT the accuracy thereof.  Seller has made no independent investigation of any information provided, and assumes no responsibility for the providing of or absence of any information, whatsoever, or for the accuracy thereof.  Read the Contract for Sale and Sale Day Notes to determine the existence of any disclosures, exclusions, representations, and disclaimers.  Do not bid if you have not inspected the property(s). By bidding you agree to all disclosures.

Buyers receive a deed prepared by or on behalf of Seller without any promise to obtain or provide any form of title policy or title insurance. Buyer’s receipt of a title report or title policy is not a condition of Closing.  Any mobile/manufactured housing not legally affixed to the property shall only be conveyed by a Hold Harmless Agreement or Quit Claim Bill of Sale unless otherwise noted in the Disclosures. Current year's taxes are pro-rated through day of closing as is customary. Buyer is responsible for all closing costs.

All the information contained on this property was obtained from official county maps or other sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and may be in error. Seller DOES NOT WARRANT the accuracy thereof. Seller has made no independent investigation of any information provided, and assumes no responsibility for the providing of or absence of any information, whatsoever, or for the accuracy thereof.

NOTICE: Institutional and Fiduciary Sellers (courts, government agencies, banks and trustees) have not occupied the properties and have NO information to provide for disclosure. Properties are sold 'As Is, Where Is' and should be fully inspected prior to bidding on.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK.  YOUR INSPECTION OF THE PROPERTY(IES) IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.  AUCTIONEER, SELLER, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND EMPLOYEES EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY "INVITEE" RELATIONSHIP AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR DAMAGE TO THEIR PERSON OR PROPERTY WHILE IN, ON, OR ABOUT THESE PROPERTIES, NOR SHALL THEY BE LIABLE FOR ANY DEFECTS, DANGERS OR CONDITIONS ON THE PROPERTY(IES).  ALL PERSONS ENTER THE PROPERTY(IES) AT THEIR OWN RISK AND SHALL DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, AND SAVE HARMLESS BROKER AND SELLER, THEIR AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, AND EMPLOYEES FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY ATTENDANT THERETO.

DISCLAIMERS & NO WARRANTIES.  AUCTIONEER AND THE SELLER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY LIABILITY FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR CHANGES REGARDING ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED FOR THESE SALES. PLEASE READ THE CONTRACT FOR SALE, AND SALE DAY NOTES FOR A FULL AND COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF AUCTIONEER AND SELLER'S DISCLAIMERS.  SELLER AND AUCTIONEER HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY OR ITS FIXTURES OR CONDITION AND ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH.  BIDDERS ARE STRONGLY URGED TO RELY SOLELY UPON THEIR OWN INSPECTIONS AND OPINIONS IN PREPARING TO PURCHASE PROPERTY AND ARE EXPRESSLY ADVISED TO NOT RELY ON ANY REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY THE SELLER OR THEIR AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES. PROPERTY INFORMATION MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND POTENTIAL PURCHASERS SHOULD INVESTIGATE ALL DATA FULLY BEFORE RELYING UPON IT.

YOU ARE ENTERING A BINDING CONTRACT. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR BID CANCELLATIONS. THE REGISTERED BIDDER IS PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE, LEGALLY AND FINANCIALLY, FOR ALL AUCTION ITEMS BID UPON WHETHER REPRESENTING ONE'S SELF OR ACTING AS AN AGENT. AN ONLINE BID ACCEPTED AT PUBLIC AUCTION IS A LEGAL AND BINDING CONTRACT. ANY BIDDER WHO FAILS TO CONSUMATE A PURCHASE WILL BE BANNED FROM BIDDING AT ALL FUTURE SELLER AUCTION EVENTS AND MAY BE PURSUED FOR CIVIL AND/OR CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS.


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Gracias por participar en Williams & Williams subastas en línea. Es importante que se familiarice con los términos y condiciones ya que todas las ventas son definitivas e irrevocables. Las condiciones de venta no son negociables. ¡Buena suerte y buena oferta!

Registro en la subasta (en línea o en persona) finaliza acuerdo de cada postor a los términos y condiciones de venta tal como se indica en el Contrato y sus adiciones que se incorporan por referencia en su oferta. No ofrezca hasta que haya leído los términos y condiciones. Con el fin de ofrecer por los artículos de subasta, todos los postores deberán estar firmados como miembros de williamsauction.com y registrarse para ofrecer por la propiedad en cuestión. No hay cuota de registro, aunque una tarjeta de crédito valida será necesaria para verificar identidad y fondos. Al ofrecer está representando a Williams y Williams (“bróker" o "Subastador") y el vendedor que ha leído y acepta estar obligado por los términos y condiciones de esta venta, tal como se especifique. Si no está de acuerdo con cualquiera de los términos y condiciones establecidos NO OFRESCA o estará obligado por los términos y condiciones. Al ofrecer está usted de acuerdo con todas las divulgaciones.

La venta será controlada por el programa del subastador. Williams y Williams no es responsable por el mal funcionamiento o errores del sistema que causen una oferta o ofertante no ser reconocidos o registrados. Si hay una disputa, el subastador puede volver a abrir la subasta a la entera discreción del subastador y actuará como el único árbitro en cuanto a quién es o no es permitido hacer una oferta. El subastador se reserva el derecho de agrupar, agregar, borrar, extraer, consolidar o desglosar  las propiedades o las cantidades ofrecidas, para vender fuera de secuencia programada, de rechazar cualquier oferta que es sólo una fracción de antelación sobre la oferta anterior, para regular la oferta y para aceptar o rechazar cualquiera o todas las ofertas. Ofertas ausentas puede ser aceptadas a la discreción del subastador. Cualquier y todas las decisiones del Subastador en cuanto al orden y la realización de la subasta serán definitivas y sin responsabilidad para ninguna de las partes. El Vendedor se reserva el derecho de cancelar o retirar cualquier propiedad en cualquier momento.

Todas las subastas están sujetas a la aprobación del  judicial o vendedor. La mayoría de las ventas se aprueban en un plazo de 14 días. Los compradores no se les permite la posesión hasta la grabacion de la escritura, momento en el que la propiedad debe ser re-incorporada.  Peticiones de los compradores de “demostración ” después de la subasta no podrán ser acomodadas.

Ofertas comienzan en la(s) Oferta(s) nominal indicada y está abierta a todos los que están registrados y autorizados. El subastador llamara la venta y controlará los incrementos de oferta. La subasta continuará por un período de cinco (5) a siete (7) días por cada propiedad. La subasta termina en un momento determinado con un período de prórroga en caso necesario, que se define de la siguiente manera: si se hace una oferta dentro de los dos (2) minutos del cierre de la subasta, entonces otros dos (2) minutos de plazo comienzan desde el momento de la última oferta hasta que no se sitúan ofertas dentro de los próximos dos (2) minutos. La última oferta pasará a ser definitiva.

Una tasa de Servicio de Subasta de 1.500 dólares o una prima del comprador de 5% ($ 1.500 mínimo) se añadirá a la oferta mayor e incluida en el precio total de compra. Por favor, consulte las notas de venta del día, el contrato de venta, y / o el subastador para obtener información específica acerca de la propiedad en que desea hacer una oferta en.

Cada postor ganador debe hacer un depósito  de 5% no reembolsable por propiedad ($ 2.500 mínimo – cual sea mayor) a la conclusión de la subasta. Fondos electrónicos, tarjetas de crédito, cheques por teléfono, y cheques cajeros son las únicas formas de pago aceptadas. Si usted es un residente o ciudadano de un país fuera de los EE.UU., fondos certificados (cheque de banco, transferencia bancaria, cheques certificados) son necesarios para el pago inicial y el cierre. Una vez que el vendedor apruebe la venta, el depósito será acreditado al Contrato. El saldo del precio de compra y todos los costos de cierre se deben al cierre. Los costos de cierre generalmente son aproximadamente 1.400 dólares e incluyen examen del título, póliza de título, tasas de cierre, gastos de registro y cualquier otra tasa señalada. Los depósitos no se transmitirán a la companía de título o alguna otra parte, para el cierre hasta que el Banco de WW haya recibido "fondos bancarios despejados" para el depósito.

Dentro de 24 horas, inmediatamente después del cierre de la subasta, Subastador o Empresa de Título se pondrá en contacto con el comprador por medio de correo electrónico, teléfono o fax para proporcionar documentos para ejecución. Todos los documentos de compra serán proporcionados al comprador y el comprador deberá firmar y devolver todos los documentos de compra al subastador a través de entrega dia siguiente. El Comprador tendrá dos (2) días despues de la subasta para devolver todos los documentos completos o estará sujeto a pagar una indemnización equivalente al pago inicial. Si usted desea tener los documentos de compra revisados por un abogado, póngase en contacto con el subastador antes de la subasta y le proporcionaremos a usted para su revisión a fin de no retrasar el proceso de post subasta. También puede obtener una copia de nuestro contrato actual en nuestro sitio de internet en www.williamsauction.com. El contrato no está sujeto a negociación.

Si el comprador es un ganador y se niega o no completa la transacción por cualquier razón (incluyendo, pero no limitado a, remitiendo el importe total de la compra), el Comprador deberá renunciar a cualquier derecho para completar la transacción y no tendrá ningún derecho o interés en la propiedad, así como perder todo el dinero de depósito como daños de perjuicios al Vendedor. Tenga en cuenta:varias leyes estatales dan al vendedor el derecho a ejercer acciones legales contra los postores que se niegan a realizar las transacciones. Esto puede incluir (pero no se limita a)una demanda para obligar la finalización de la venta, y / o cargos criminales de fraude o acto intencional.

Todas las propiedades se venden "COMO ESTA, DONDE ESTA" sin contingencias a financiación, inspección o otras contingencias a la venta. Williams & Williams representa a los vendedores sólo y no inspecciona propiedades a favor del postor. Los compradores deben realizar su propia diligencia debida y  investigación de cada propiedad y también debe investigar la idoneidad de cada parcela antes de hacer una oferta y compra en la subasta. Los compradores deben confiar únicamente en su propia investigación y no cualquier información proporcionada por el vendedor o el subastador. La falta de un comprador a ser plenamente informado sobre la condición de una propiedad no constituiría una base para cualquier ajuste de la reclamación o derecho de cancelar la venta.

Los compradores reciben una escritura y Póliza de Seguro de Título como previsto por el gerente de cierre indicado en el contrato (cualquiera vivienda móvil en la propiedad  solo será transmitida por una Liberación de Responsabilidad o Factura de venta Quit Claim a menos que se indique lo contrario en las revelaciones). Los impuestos del año en curso se prorratean hasta el día de cierre, como es costumbre.

Una opción  "QUICK CLOSE, si está disponible (mire la página de Descripción de la Propiedad), permite a los compradores ahorrar todos los costos de título / cierre (por encima de, aproximadamente $ 1.400). Para calificar, el comprador debe pagar el precio de compra más cualquier otra tasa no de título (como la tasa de servicios) en total el día de la venta.  A los Postores en línea se les requirera a someter el importe total del precio de compra dentro de un (1) día hábil de la subasta, o a preparar los arreglos para la transferencia electronica de fondos el mismo día para calificar para la opción Quick Close.

Toda la información contenida en esta propiedad fue obtenida de las mapas oficiales del condado o de otras fuentes que se consideran confiables, pero no está garantizada y puede estar en error. Vendedor no garantiza la exactitud de la misma. Vendedor no ha hecho ninguna investigación independiente de cualquier información proporcionada, y no asume ninguna responsabilidad por la prestación de o la ausencia de cualquier información, de ningún tipo, o de la exactitud en esto.

AVISO: Vendedores Institucionales y Fiduciarios (tribunales, agencias gubernamentales, bancos y administradores) no han ocupado las propiedades y no tienen información que ofrecer para la divulgación. Las propiedades se venden " como está - Dónde está y debe ser completamente examinada antes de la subasta.

VENDEDOR Y empresa de subasta no tienen conocimiento de la propiedad en cuestión o de sus ACCESORIOS o condición y NO SON RESPONSABLES DE ESOS.

Usted está entrando en un contrato vinculante. NO HAY REEMBOLSOS o cancelaciones DE OFERTA. El POSTOR registrado es personalmente responsable, legal y financieramente POR TODO POR LO CUAL HA OFRECIDO AUN ASI SE  representa a uno mismo o actuando como agente. UNA OFERTA EN LÍNEA ACEPTADA EN SUBASTA PÚBLICA ES UN CONTRATO LEGAL Y VINCULANTE PARA LA COMPRA. Cualquier POSTOR que no logra consumar una compra se  LE PROHIBARA A POSTAR en todOs LOS futurAs EVENTOS DE SUBASTA DE vendedorES y PODRAN SER persEGUIDOS POR VIOLACIONES civiles y / o VIOLACIÓnes PENALes.

Disclosures:
Association Disclosure. Buyer acknowledges and understands that property is bound by the assessments and restrictions of a condo/home/property owners association, and Buyer agrees to be bound by same. Buyer agrees to assume any special assessments that may be payable in installments that are not yet due.

Financing Disclosure. Buyer acknowledges that property condition or type may adversely impact the availability of financing for said property. Buyer agrees to accept 'as is, where is' and is responsible for all costs and remediation therein. Buyer agrees to accept with no contingencies. Buyer acknowledges that seller has no obligation or responsibility to reconnect utilities for the purpose of inspection or for any other reason. Buyer further acknowledges neither seller, Williams & Williams, nor its agents make any assertions or guarantees as to the condition of said property or that utilities, plumbing, or fixtures therein will meet any financing guidelines. Buyer is encouraged to perform an independent inspection.

Personal Property Not Included. Only title to the real estate is being conveyed. Personal property may be present, but is not included in the auction. Removal of personal property remaining on site at the time of closing is the responsibility of the Buyer.

Closing must occur within 21 days from seller acceptance.

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