Own a piece of America and build your dream home on this vacant, readily available piece of land in Snyder, TX.
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Total Asking Price: $2959 (Owner Financing Available - At least $500 down payment)
South Ninety feet (S/90′) of Lot Eight (8), Block Forty-seven (47), Wilmeth Addition to the City of Snyder,
Scurry County, Texas
SQUARE FEET: 4500.00
IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION
This is a personal asset. All assets are sold "AS IS" and "WHERE IS" with no warranties implied or stated. As the seller, I am not responsible
for issues, if any, with the title, the condition of the property, accessibility or terrain.
All information contained in this listing has come from reliable sources and is accurate to the best of my knowledge.
You, The Buyer, will be entirely responsible for this property after the sale, including but not limited to:
paying any fees associated with the transfer of the property, the recording of the deed and transfer of Title and the
gathering of any documentation necessary for that process.
I will provide You, The Buyer, with a Quit Claim Deed for the property.
Please perform your own due diligence PRIOR to bidding on this item.
Please read all sections of the ad carefully, particularly for real estate sales.
All back taxes paid, NO LIENS. 2019 taxes PAID. Taxes typically run less than $50 a year! Upon full payment, the deed with be yours FREE AND CLEAR.
Snyder is a town in, and the county seat of Scurry County, Texas, United States. The population was 11,202 at the 2010 census.
The Scurry County Coliseum in Snyder, operated by Western Texas College since 2008, is a large arena which hosts area events.
Outside the Coliseum is a locomotive engine and a small restored historic village. Also located in Snyder is the
Diamond M Museum. Established by local oilman and rancher Clarence T. McLaughlin, the museum houses over 80 bronze works and
200 paintings. Among the collection are works by Peter Hurd and Andrew Wyeth.
Snyder enjoys a strong economy, driven by the oil, gas, and wind industries. In 2012, 994 jobs were created in Snyder,
leading to 20% job growth in the community, according to the Development Corporation of Snyder. The Scurry Area Canyon
Reef Operators (SACROC) oilfield is among the largest and most productive in the nation. Two of the largest wind farms in
the nation are located in Snyder area. Other important industries in Snyder include manufacturing and cotton.
A title search has NOT been performed on this item.
I do not provide title insurance. If title insurance is desired, the buyer will be responsible for obtaining it through a
Title Company. A document preparation fee of $100 will apply and will be included in the total of your invoice.
Serious Bidders Only. A bid submitted by a potential Buyer is an agreement to these Terms.
Please do not bid unless the fully intend to complete the sale.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers