GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Lake frontage, path entry and an deserted practice depot are amongst heaps out there by way of land auctions from the Michigan Division of Pure Assets.
In complete, 97 properties shall be out there for personal possession by way of on-line auctions in August and early September.
Land is on the market primarily in central and northern Decrease Michigan and the Higher Peninsula in Alcona, Allegan, Benzie, Berrien, Chippewa, Clare, Genesee, Huron, Kalkaska, Kent, Lake, Mackinac, Mason, Mecosta, Menominee, Midland, Newaygo, Roscommon, and Saginaw counties.
The most important parcels are in Clare, Lake and Menominee counties, in response to the DNR. Fourteen on-line auctions, that includes out there land parcels by county, are scheduled:
- Aug. 2 – Benzie
- Aug. 3 – Chippewa and Mackinac
- Aug. 4 – Menominee
- Aug. 6 – Kalkaska and Roscommon
- Aug. 12 – Alcona
- Aug. 16 – Mason
- Aug. 17 – Clare, Lake and Newaygo
- Aug. 24 – Berrien
- Aug. 25 – Mecosta
- Aug. 26 – Allegan and Kent
- Aug. 27 – Midland
- Aug. 31 – Huron
- Sept. 2 – Saginaw
- Sept. 3 – Genesee
Properties on the market vary in measurement from beneath an acre to 120 acres. Along with these properties, two buildings are being supplied: an previous DNR subject administration gear constructing in Caseville (Huron County) and the deserted Large Rapids Railroad Depot in Mecosta County.
Notable waterfront properties which might be accessible embody a Berrien County property with frontage on Lake Michigan, a Mason County parcel with frontage on Weldon Creek and property in Mecosta County alongside the Little Muskegon River.
bidders can register prematurely and get extra details about the web public sale schedule at Tax-Sale.information/. Absentee bids could be made on-line as much as 30 days earlier than the public sale.
The “interactive” bidding portion of an public sale will open at 10 a.m. on that public sale date. At the moment, bidders will have the ability to see present excessive bids for every property. Bidders can proceed to put bids on a property till 7 p.m. when bidding closes and the successful bidder is decided.
The DNR says public sale proceeds will assist present future out of doors recreation alternatives “in step with the DNR’s mission to preserve, shield and handle the state’s pure and cultural assets for the use and pleasure of present and future generations.”
Go to Michigan.gov/LandForSale for an in depth checklist that features minimal bid, acreage and site data on the out there properties.