|Crop & Pasture Land Auction **** 309 ± Acres in Plankinton Township, Aurora County, SD|
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 10:30 AM CST
|Community 4-H Building, Plankinton, SD |
|Plankinton Township, Aurora County, SD – Real Estate Auction|
ATTENTION FARMERS, RANCHERS, HUNTERS & INVESTORS
309 ± Acres of Cropland & Pasture located in Plankinton Township, Aurora County, SD
Auction Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 @ 10:30 AM CST
Auction Location: Community 4-H Building - 1302 E 1st St., Plankinton, SD
This will be a live off-site auction with pre-bidding & online bidding available. Online bidders must pre-register with danclarkauctions.hibid.com
Possession will be upon final payment at closing on or before November 15, 2018!
This real estate property will be offered as one complete unit.
Property Location: From Plankinton, SD: South on 386th Avenue 2 miles, and West on 256th Street 3 miles.
Seller: Robert L. Turner Trust
Legal Description: NE ¼ less Lot A of P. Cornell’s First Addition, and the SE ¼, in Section thirty-one (31), Township one hundred three (103) North, Range sixty four (64) West; and Lot A of P. Cornell’s Second Addition in the NW ¼, and the Lot B of P. Cornell’s Second Addition in the SW ¼ of Section thirty-two (32), Township one hundred three (103) North, Range sixty-four (64) West, of the 5th PM Plankinton Township, Aurora County, South Dakota. 309 ± Total Acres
Property Information: According to the USDA records, this property has 135.38 ± acres of cropland and 161.41 ± acres of pasture. This property is easily accessed from a well-maintained county road. This property consists of 73% of Class II, 4% Class III, 3% Class IV, and 12% Class VI soils. The overall productivity rating for this property is 56.0.
Currently, this property consists of 45% crop ground acres, 45% grass/pasture, 9% water or waterway acres, and 1% road /waste. This pasture ground has both native and tame grasses and mostly 3-wire boundary fence that is in good to fair condition. This property has a private well that hasn’t been used in several years and (2) dams that are used to water livestock.
RE Taxes: $ 3,560.84
Tax Proration: All the 2017 & prior years RE taxes will be paid in full by the Seller(s). The 2018 taxes will be prorated to the date of closing.
Inspection – Showing Dates: Auction signs will mark the property. Potential buyers may inspect the property at their convenience. Please be respectful and shut the gates!! Private showings may be done by calling Dan Clark Auction & Realty LLC (605) 842-3300 to schedule an appointment.
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TERMS & CONDITIONS: This is a cash sale, which means potential buyers must have their financial arrangements secured prior to bidding. There will be no buyer contingencies offered or accepted for financing, inspections, or appraisals. Immediately upon the conclusion of the auction, the successful bidder(s) will be required to sign a Real Estate purchase contract and to deposit with RE Broker/Auctioneer, a nonrefundable earnest money payment of 10% of the total purchase price. The earnest money payment will be made payable to the closing agency, Aurora/Davison County Title Company, 305 North Kimball Street, Mitchell, SD 57301. Balance of the purchase price is due in certified funds at closing on or before November 15, 2018. Buyer will receive full possession of this property after final payment has been made at closing. Conveyance of Marketable Title will be transferred by Trustee’s Deed, free and clear of liens but subject to easements, reservations, and exceptions of record as well as statutory rights of way and other recorded easements at the time of sale. Owners Title insurance policy will be provided to the buyer for examination prior to the auction. Cost of Title insurance and closing fees will be divided equally 50% buyer & 50% seller. This property is sold AS-IS / WHERE-IS. Property is being sold by legal descriptions only. Should a property survey become necessary, it will be at the buyer’s expense. Seller(s) do not warranty or guarantee the property boundaries are accurate. Any new boundary survey will be the responsibility of the Purchaser, pursuant to South Dakota statutes. All mineral rights (if any) owned by Seller will be transferred to the Buyer(s). All hunting rights will transferred to the buyer(s) at the date of the closing. This property will be offered at the live auction by _X_ amount of dollars per acre times the taxable acres of 309 acres equals (=) total dollars $__________________.
DISCLAIMER: Property information provided was obtained from sources deemed reliable, however, the Seller(s), Broker/Auctioneer is not making any guarantees to its accuracy. Potential buyers are encouraged to conduct both on-site and off-site inspections of the property to the extent deemed necessary and rely upon their own pre-auction inspection when bidding. The Auctioneer may accept absentee, phone or Internet bids from bidders who cannot attend the auction. Bidding remotely does not guarantee anonymity. Video and audio recording devices will be in use during the auction which may be broadcast via the internet or used in other places. Winning bidder(s) acknowledges that they are representing themselves or have hired representation using their own financial means to complete the auction sales transaction. Dan Clark – Responsible Broker and associated licensees are acting as agents for the Seller and will be representing only the Seller’s interest in this transaction. Statements made day of sale take precedence over all written material. This property is being sold subject to the Seller’s approval. The Sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids.
AUCTIONEER'S NOTES: Dan Clark Auction & Realty, LLC has been given the honor to sell at a public auction this very attractive parcel of land that could serve as an excellent addition to any farming or livestock operation or as a hunting or investment property. This property will be sold by the acre, based on the acres as stated on the county tax records, with the acres understood to be “more or less”.