AUCTION ID #: 628413 Bookmark and Share
Contra Costa County, CA: APN: 513-082-022-7 (Item No. 50)
Item 628413  
Final Bid: USD $0
Number of Bids: 0
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Reserve: No Reserve!
Status: Closed
Auction Started: 02-22-14    11:00 AM ET
Auction Closed: 02-25-14    02:00 PM ET
Asset Details
Seller Information
      
Seller Name: Contra Costa County
Rating: Not Applicable
Location: S 42ND St
CA   
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Bid Increment: $100
Shipping Cost: SEE DESCRIPTION BELOW
Minimum Bid: $35,400
Auction Type: Regular Auction
Source: Government
Deposit Required:
$1,035  see instructions
Overtime Period: 5 min
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The Contra Costa County Treasurer-Tax Collector offers tax-defaulted property for auction and encourages bidders to research the property thoroughly using the following information as a starting point.

Deposit Requirement
  • A single $1,000 deposit (plus a $35 processing fee) is required to participate in the Contra Costa County auction.
  • Deposits must be received by Bid4Assets no later than 4:00 PM ET (1:00 PM PT) Tuesday, February 18th.
  • Click here to place your deposit.

Disclaimers
  • Contra Costa County retains the right to reject any and all bids for any reason.
  • Contra Costa County may withdraw this property from the auction at any time before or during the sale.
  • Contra Costa County reserves the right to cancel the sale of a property at any time prior to the issuance of the deed.


Item Specifics
 
Parcel Information  
  APN 513-082-022-7
  Legal Description Click Here
  Address S 42ND St
Richmond, CA 94804
  Parcel Image Click Here
  Parcel Map Click Here
  GIS Click Here
Additional Information  
  IRS Liens YES
Parcel Information  
  Add'l Information County Default Number: 2007-06983
This parcel is subject to an additional City of Richmond Transfer Tax at the rate of $7.00 per $1,000.00 of the final sale price.
Tax bill information

Asset Description



End of Auction
After the close of the final Contra Costa County listing for auction, all winning bidders are sent detailed instructions via e-mail on settlement procedures and how to provide the county with the necessary deed transfer information.

Contra Costa County requires that the winning bidder submit the deed transfer information to Bid4Assets within 48 hours of the close of auction.



Additional Details
For more information about this asset including photos, specs and more (when available), click here.
Bidding Requirements
To bid on this auction, all bidders are required to become qualified by placing a deposit. The deposit of the winning bidder is automatically transferred to the seller at the end of the auction. If the winning bidder fails to perform on any auction, the entire BidDeposit will be forfeited to the seller.

Non-winning bidders' deposits are refunded within (10) ten business days after the close of the auction. This deposit cannot be applied to other auctions.

To find out more about the BidDeposit requirement, click here.
Settlement Requirements
Payment Type
  • Certified/Cashier's Check
  • Wire Transfer
  • Full payment must be received by Bid4Assets no later than 4:00 PM ET (1:00 PM PT) on Friday, February 28, 2014. - No exceptions will be made. If the payment policy is not adhered to the winning bidder will forfeit their deposit to Contra Costa County and may be banned from future sales.

    A California documentary transfer tax will be added to, and collected with, the full purchase price. This tax is calculated at the rate of $.55 for each $500.00 or fractional part thereof, if the purchase price exceeds $100.00. Property within the city of Richmond must also pay a City Transfer Tax in addition to the Documentary Transfer Tax. The rate for this city tax is $7.00 per $1,000.00 of the purchase price. Also, a $35 per-parcel-won administrative fee will be added to the final sale price.

    Only a successful bidder has the opportunity to purchase County assets. If the successful bidder defaults, under California State Law, The County cannot resort to the second highest bidder, and will be required to take APPROPRIATE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE BIDDER WHO DEFAULTS.