Also known as absentee bid, this is a way that you can bid even if you cannot attend the auction in person.
Vacant Lot Lot Dimensions: 1320x1320 Lot Size:1,742,400 sqft/ 40.00 Acres Taxes: $49.78 Utilities: Well or alternative needed, Septic needed, Power is usually solar and/or generator. The exciting and rapidly growing southwest, land in Apache County in Northeastern Arizona represents an excellent short to long-term investment in an area that has all of the conveniences of an urban development but located in a private and rural like setting. Land Investors often talk of a good investment as "being in the path of development." We believe land in Apache County represents such an investment for several reasons. In todays global economy, immediate access to transportation is important. Interstate-40, the principal east-west thoroughfare through the southern United States, runs through the center of Apache County providing access the East Coast, West Coast, and Mexico. In addition State Routes 61 and 260, and US Routes 60, 180, 191 provide easy connections that link to the regional hubs of Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, and Albuquerque. Apache County also offers a quieter rural lifestyle that makes it attractive to innovative and new businesses. The county is friendly to business and has a proactive investment climate and has a broad range of programs designed to attract and retain industries to rural Arizona, grant programs and business-friendly tax rates. There is a ready, low-cost labor force and an well balanced and diversified economic base that has generated a growing number of skilled workers. Northern Arizona has great potential for traditional energy development including new alternative development such as nuclear, wind, and solar. The quality of the labor force and low cost of living combine to make the region's average cost of manufacturing the lowest in the state, better than half that of nearby metropolitan areas such as Phoenix and Tucson. St Johns, the economic and cultural hub of the county, has a fully functional airport which accommodates a wide range of business aircraft. Combined with reliable telecommunications, data, and express delivery, and it's easy to see why businesses in Southern Apache County are connected to the global economy. The county seat is located in St. Johns (60 miles away), a charming country town with ample shopping, services, restaurants and medical facilities. This pioneer town stays close to its roots with many country festivals along with an annual rodeo and a spectacular 4th of July celebration. Other nearby towns include Showlow, Springerville, Holbrook, Flagstaff (138 miles away), and Phoenix (281 miles away). Apache County boasts a diverse geography ranging from high arid grasslands to wooded mountainous terrain. The region has unlimited potential for outdoor recreation and includes many natural wonders. From skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, to camping, hunting, hiking, fishing, horseback riding and mountain biking; nowhere can you experience cleaner air and cool summer breezes. Fall brings the sound of elk bugling and the crisp sound of wind swept golden aspen leaves; an outdoor paradise. Cool mountain winters, plentiful water, plentiful grazing, and a carefully managed wildlife program combine to provide some of the best big game hunting areas in Arizona. Many visitors come to the region to view the herds of deer and elk, some of the largest in the world! Throughout the year, each of our communities "put on their best" for traditional celebrations of the seasons, along with uniquely southwestern events that honor the proud heritage and the pioneer spirit that still lives on in our towns. Combined with museums, libraries, sports fields, swimming pools, equestrian facilities and State Parks, you are never far away from activities. Residents and visitors can golf at three different elevations in Apache County: Alpine, Eagar, and Concho Valley. Within short driving distances, you can visit such locations as: Arizonas White Mountains, a four-season recreation area in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest; the native American cultural experiences of the Hopi and Navajo Nations to the north, home to the signature southwestern scenery; historic tours ranging from the Triassic time where dinosaurs ruled the earth in the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest, to ancient Indian Ruins and even 19th-Century Pioneer homes. This information was found on public records and may or may not be accurate. All announcements from the block take precedence over any previously supplied written or verbal materials. All buyers need to conduct their own due diligence. No warranties are made regarding the condition or size of the land.