The SD Public Administrator’s sale is scheduled for July 18th.

One of the properties being sold is near La Jolla, next to Kate Sessions Park – the opening bid is $585,000:

From their website:

The bidding will start with the minimum bid as indicated in the brochure. The Minimum bid may be less than 90% of the appraised value.  This is determined by reviewing the current appraisal and selecting the (NOPA) legal process.

The procedure to confirm a sale in court will ALWAYS be an option and at the discretion of the Public Administrator at anytime.

A 10% deposit will be required with the successful bid.  The 10% deposit required at the time of the auction must be in the form of cash, cashier’s check, or certified check payable to the “Public Administrator”.  Please be prepared to bring 10% of the appraised price listed in the brochure.  Should the property be sold for more than the appraisal price, then the difference will need to be made up in the form of a personal check at the time of the successful bid.  If a petition to the court is filed for a hearing to confirm sale (Court Confirmation), an overbid procedure will be followed as part of this legal process. Higher bids may be accepted by the court if they are made in court and they are in the amount of at least 10% more on the first $10,000.00 and 5% more on the amount of the bid in excess of $10,000.00 of the original bid submitted for confirmation.  Our acceptance of an offer is contingent on the estate’s being able to furnish the buyer a Policy of Title Insurance showing the property to be free of any encumbrances of record, subject to restrictions and easements of record.  No termite clearance is given.

Please be advised that you are basing your purchase of an offered property solely on your findings and research, that you have satisfied yourself as to the zoning, usage’s, physical condition inside and out, size and other information that might affect your decision to purchase this property.  You understand that you are buying this property in “AS IS” condition with no warranties, usage’s or conditions, (physical or otherwise), written, implied or expressed by the San Diego County Public Administrator’s Office and its agents or employees.

All properties have access through the use of Multiple Listing Service (MLS) lock boxes.  Please contact a broker of your choice to view each property.

A real estate broker who registers a client with the Public Administrator and who attends and remains with his client during the auction, will generally receive a commission of 2.5% of the purchase price, awarded by the court.  In the event this client becomes the successful bidder, the commission will be paid at the close of escrow.  A real estate licensee who buys as a principal will not be entitled to share in the commission if he or she is buying as a principal or intends to share the commission with the principal.

The San Diego County Probate Referees appraise all properties at this auction.  Referees are assigned to each estate by the Superior Court of California, and are not affiliated with the Public Administrators office.

All descriptions and information are derived from reliable sources, but no guarantee is expressed or implied.  Announcements made on the day of sale will take precedence.

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