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Total Acres 204.95
Type of Sale Auction
Farm Name Robert L. Linegar & Mary A. Linegar Family Trust
HLS Number JMM - 12797
Key Features Productive Farmland
Pleasant Township, Grant County, IN
Farm Name Robert L. Linegar & Mary A. Linegar Family Trust
Type of Operation Farm
Current Zoning Agricultural
School System Oak Hill School Corporation
Annual Taxes 4750.00
Ditch Assessment 356.56
Soil Blount silt loam, Pewamo silty clay loam, Glynwood silt loam
Property Address 100 West 500 North Marion, IN
General Location On both sides of State Road 15 in between W 450 N and W 500 N.
Legal Description 204.95 acres with 93.09 acres more or less in Section 13, 111.86 acres more or less in section 14, Twp 25 North, Rge & East Pleasant Twp, Grant Co. IN
Start Auction Date August 30, 2022
Start Auction Time 6:30 PM ET
Tillable Acres 195.220
Non-Tillable Acres 4.010
Wooded Acres 5.720
Terms & Conditions METHOD OF SALE: Halderman Real Estate Services, Inc. (HRES, IN Auct. Lic. #AC69200019) will offer this property at public auction on August 30, 2022. At 6:30 PM, 204.95 acres, more or less, will be sold at The Elementary Event and Community Center 207 N Wabash Avenue LaFontaine, IN 46940. This property will be offered in three tracts as individual units or as a whole farm. Each bid shall constitute an offer to purchase and the final bid, if accepted by the Sellers, shall constitute a binding contract between the Buyer(s) and the Sellers. The auctioneer will settle any disputes as to bids and his decision will be final. To place a confidential phone, mail or wire bid, please contact John Miner at 765-438-2699 or Jon Rosen at 260-740-1846, at least two days prior to the sale. ACREAGE: The acreages listed in this brochure are estimates taken from the county assessor’s records, FSA records and/or aerial photos. SURVEY: The Sellers reserve the right to determine the need for and type of survey provided. If an existing legal description is adequate for title insurance for the tract, no new survey will be completed. If the existing legal description is not sufficient to obtain title insurance, a survey will be completed, the cost of which will be shared 50/50 by the Sellers and the Buyer(s). The Sellers will choose the type of survey to be completed and warrant that it will be sufficient to provide an owner’s title insurance policy for the tract. If a survey is completed, the purchase price for the surveyed tract will be adjusted, up or down, to the exact surveyed acres. The price per acre will be the auction price bid for the tract, divided by the tract acreage estimated in the auction brochure. DOWN PAYMENT: 10% of the accepted bid down on the day of the auction with the balance due at closing. The down payment must be in the form of personal check, cashier’s check, cash or corporate check. YOUR BIDDING IS NOT CONTINGENT UPON FINANCING. BE SURE YOU HAVE FINANCING ARRANGED, IF NECESSARY, AND ARE CAPABLE OF PAYING CASH AT CLOSING. APPROVAL OF BIDS: The Sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids. All successful bidders must enter into a purchase agreement the day of the auction, immediately following the conclusion of the bidding. Successful bidders must execute purchase agreements on tracts exactly as they have been bid. DEED: The Sellers will provide a Trustees Deed at closing. EVIDENCE OF TITLE: The Sellers will provide an Owner’s Title Insurance Policy to the Buyer(s). Each Buyer is responsible for a Lender’s Policy, if needed. If the title is not marketable, then the purchase agreement(s) are null and void prior to the closing, and the Broker will return the Buyer’s earnest money. CLOSING: The closing shall be on or before, and no later than, October 14, 2022. POSSESSION: Possession of land will be at closing, subject to the tenant’s rights. FARM INCOME: The seller will retain all of the 2022 income. REAL ESTATE TAXES: The Sellers will pay real estate taxes for 2022 due 2023 at closing. The buyer(s) will receive a credit for the 2022 taxes at closing and will pay all taxes beginning with the spring 2023 installment and all taxes thereafter. DITCH ASSESSMENTS: Buyer(s) will pay the ditch assessment due May 1, 2023 and all assessments thereafter. MINERAL RIGHTS: All mineral rights owned by the Sellers will be conveyed to the Buyer(s). PROPERTY INSPECTION: Each potential Bidder is responsible for conducting, at their own risk, their own independent inspections, investigation, inquiries and due diligence concerning the property. Further, Sellers disclaim any and all responsibility for bidder’s safety during any physical inspections of the property. No party shall be deemed to be invited to the property by HRES or the Sellers. AGENCY: Halderman Real Estate Services Inc., Russell D. Harmeyer, Auctioneer, and their representatives, are exclusive agents of the Sellers. DISCLAIMER: All information contained in this brochure and all related materials are subject to the Terms and Conditions outlined in the purchase agreement. This information is subject to verification by all parties relying upon it. No liability for its accuracy, errors or omissions is assumed by the Sellers or HRES. All sketches and dimensions in this brochure are approximate. ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE BY HRES AND/OR THEIR AUCTIONEER AT THE AUCTION DURING THE TIME OF THE SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PREVIOUSLY PRINTED MATERIALS OR ANY OTHER ORAL STATEMENTS MADE. The property is being sold on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis, and no warranty or representation, either express or implied, concerning the property is made by the Sellers or HRES. Each prospective bidder is responsible for conducting his/her independent inspections, investigations, inquiries and due diligence concerning the property. Except for any express warranties set forth in the sale documents, Buyer(s) accepts the property “AS IS,” and Buyer(s) assumes all risks thereof and acknowledges that in consideration of the other provisions contained in the sale documents, Sellers and HRES make no warranty or representation, express or implied or arising by operation of law, including any warranty for merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose of the property, or any part thereof, and in no event shall the Sellers or HRES be liable for any consequential damages. Conduction of the auction and increments of bidding are at the direction and discretion of HRES and/or the auctioneer. The Sellers and HRES reserve the right to preclude any person from bidding if there is any question as to the person’s credentials, fitness, etc. All decisions of HRES and/or the auctioneer are final.
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