A Court-Ordered Estate liquidation was announced by United Country Certified Real Estate of Tallahassee, FL, for an upcoming Florida land and Florida commercial real estate auction for the Filmore Estate in Orange Park, Florida, that will be offered at public auction on January 22, 2009.
United Country Certified Real Estate and Myers Jackson, licensed Florida real estate broker and real estate auctioneer, announced today an upcoming court-ordered estate auctions to liquidate Florida land and commercial real estate in Orange Park.
"At this Florida land auction, 11.46 +/- Acres of prime commercial real estate will be offered to the highest and best bidders," explains Jackson, an Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate and graduate of the Certified Auctioneers Institute. "This Florida real estate auction gives investors an amazing opportunity; being able to purchase property in a major commercial district with a diversity of business and retail establishments at buyer's prices is simply unheard of."
After the last weeks of aggressive marketing and heightened awareness, buyers are anxious to have the choice to purchase one of the last large parcels of vacant land on Kingsley Avenue in Clay County, Orange Park, Florida. Curious callers have inquired about the bidder registration process and the qualifications required to bid on the land. Interested parties have asked questions concerning the logistics of the transactions, the bidding process, and the location of this Florida real estate auction event.
This Florida land auction has been ordered to sell at auction by the Honorable Fredrick Buttner, 4th Judicial Circuit Court Judge. This Florida commercial real estate is ideally located near the Orange Park Medical Center, Orange Park Mall, Jacksonville Memory Garden, and several major retail centers and lodging in Orange Park, Florida. Kingsley Avenue is a major connector between Blanding Blvd (State Road 21) and Park Avenue (US-17). This Florida land for sale is zoned "commercial neighborhood" and is just minutes to Interstate 295.
When this Florida commercial real estate property is brought to the auction block, all qualified, registered bidders will compete for the privilege to sign contracts. This Florida land auction will be held onsite and starts at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 22. The real estate auction terms and conditions will be read aloud, any remaining questions will be addressed, and only the highest and best bids will be taken into consideration.
Jackson says the auction method of marketing was chosen by the sellers to expedite the sale process and give an unprecedented opportunity to buy a Florida commercial real estate property in an open and public forum. The Court has ordered for the property to be auctioned and this Florida land auction event will present an optimal chance to buyers wishing to capture incentives in today's land and real estate market.
"There is no better way to market commercial land in this environment." Says Jackson, Veteran Broker and Auctioneer, "A property of this type requires sophisticated buyers who are well qualified to purchase, able to pay cash or obtain financing quickly and close in a manner that affords the seller the ability to make decisions on a structured timeline."
Event news and details of this court-ordered estate auction and Florida land and commercial real estate auction are available online. Myers Jackson can be contacted by calling 800-711-9175 or email Myers@CertifiedAuctionMail.com.