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Property ID: AZ9037
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(Disclaimer: Please double-check with the county before starting your project)
This lot sits at 4693 Agate Rd. It’s about half a mile off down Wingate Dr from Garnet Rd. It has very scattered neighbors with plenty of privacy. Easy access no 4×4 required.
Homes in the area use solar panels or alternative energy and holding tanks for water. Supply stores and restaurants are nearby.
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- Term 60 months
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Why we like this property:
- Beautiful mountain view
- Easy access
- RV and manufacturer home allow
- Close by restaurants and stores
- Affordable wholesale price
- Kingman – 33 min
- Laughlin – 43 min
- Lake Havasu – 1.17 min
- Walmart – 25 min
- Las Vegas – 1.75 min
- Flagstaff – 2.31 min
- Lake Mead – 1.27 min
- Grand Canyon Skywalk – 1.35 min
- Hualapai Peak – 1.1 min
2.35 Acres (+/-)
4693 Agate Rd, Golden Valley, AZ 86413
GOLDEN VALLEY RANCHOS UNIT 20 BLK C LOT 7
Compact Dirt / Paved
Water Nearby or Holding Tank
Driving Directions (Colorado Rd/ HWY68)
Head south on Colorado Rd toward Brook Dr
Turn right onto Shinarump Dr
Turn left onto Garnet Rd
Turn left onto Wingate Dr
Turn left onto Agate Rd
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Why is the property so cheap?
Because Rural Nest purchases properties in very large volume – often directly from the county in which the property is located – we receive reduced rates, the savings for which we are then able to pass on to our buyers at discounted or “wholesale” prices.
How much are property taxes?
Please see the tax information section in each individual listing or, for further information, contact the Treasurer’s office in the county in which the parcel is located. Rural Nest keeps the taxes on most of our inventory current throughout the year. On larger dollar properties we pay whatever taxes are owed at the time of conveyance (sale).
Are there back taxes or liens associated with the property?
No there are not. One of the guarantees that we make to our buyers is that there are no back taxes or liens associated with the land you’re purchasing and at the time of conveyance all taxes are current.
Does the property have utilities?
Each individual listing page, if not its headline, will clearly indicate whether or not the property has utilities or how close the nearest utilities are to the property.
Are mineral rights included?
Most mineral rights were purchased and/or retained decades back by the original developers of the land. Unless it’s specifically stated on the individual listing page, Rural Nest makes no claim to owning or selling mineral rights. Unless you’re purchasing from an oil and gas interest or from a family whose been in possession of the land for a hundred plus years, you’re unlikely to acquire mineral rights when purchasing property from us or anyone else.
I want to purchase one of your properties but am curious to know if I can build or do X, Y and Z on the land?
While Rural Nest does a great deal of research on the properties we buy and sell, our research is typically limited to making sure we can convey clear and marketable title and that there are no back taxes or liens associated with the land. Because we can not anticipate every question we may receive, nor can we know all of the zoning ordinances in any given county (much less multiple counties), we always encourage our buyers to go directly to the source and speak to the people who work in the Planning & Zoning Office of that specific county. That offices’ website and contact information is provided on each of our listing pages and will be a far more authoritative source of information about what the county does and does not allow then we ever could be.
What about an RV? Can I park an RV on the property?
Once again, we encourage you to call the county directly and ask them. In most counties an RV can be parked on but not lived in and is only allowed as a temporary living quarters if the land owner is in the process of building a permanent structure. This, however, usually requires the land owner to apply for a Building Permit. It should be noted, however, that many counties grant very lengthy building permits and allow you to renew them for equal periods of time even if you haven’t built anything. Put another way, sometimes a Building Permit is an effective way to permanently park an otherwise unlawful vehicle on the land for indefinite periods of time.
What will it cost me to do X, Y and Z on the land?
The Managers of Rural Nest are professional investors – not builders, contractors, well drillers, septic installers, fence builders or surveyors. We strongly encourage anyone looking to get a realistic sense of building costs to call vendors in the local area of the desired property for quotes on whatever service it is you’ll require should you purchase the land.
If I call the county to ask them a question, how do I refer to the property so they know where the land is located?
The information provided on each property’s listing page includes the Assessor Parcel Number (APN) and Legal Description. Typically when you’re speaking about rural, vacant and undeveloped land you will use one of these to denote the property or its general location.
Does the property have an address I can identify or locate it by?
Rural and vacant land, such as what we sell here on our site, does not typically have a street address assigned to it. In rare instances where it does, we will disclose that address on the property’s listing page. Once again, in conversations with the county, it’s typically easiest to refer to the land either by its legal description or APN.
If it doesn’t have an address, how do I know where exactly this piece of land is located?
Each of our property’s listing pages will have GPS coordinates signifying the parcel’s exact location and boundaries. If you click on any of these coordinates it will show you where the property is located on Google Maps. You may then zoom/scroll in and out to get a better sense of its distance from nearby roads, highways, stores or towns.
If it doesn’t have an address, how can I locate the land if I want to see it prior to purchase?
Again, the GPS coordinates we provide on our listing pages will show you where the property is located on Google Maps. From there you can “eyeball” the location, or if it’s not as obvious, you can input the GPS coordinates into your smart phone and get turn-by-turn directions that way. In addition, there are a number of mapping apps available to help you with scouting and identifying land that doesn’t have a formal street address.
You claim you own this property, but I just looked online and the County says someone else owns it. What gives?
In any given county government there is a clerk, an assessor and a treasurer and often times it takes a while for all three to update their files accordingly when a property has changed hands and a new person has been recorded as the owner. Typically, because we buy these pieces of land and sell them within ninety days time, it’s not uncommon for our company’s name to never show up in online files. Similarly, many counties only update their records when it’s time to send out the tax statement, which in some cases may be ten months after we’ve acquired the land.
While questions about ownership are reasonable and expected, we encourage any interested and/or skeptical buyers to reach out to us for confirmation of ownership. Rural Nest prides itself on our transparency and will provide copies of the recorded deed for any of our listed properties.
What is the significance of the ‘Recorded Deed’?
The deed is the legal document that proves ownership. The recorded deed is the one that has been recognized by the county. This means it will have a sticker or stamp with county identification on it indicating the Book, Page or Document Number of where this deed can be found in the county’s files.
Are there any properties you won’t have a recorded deed for?
In some situations, such as when we have recently listed a property, we may not yet have the recorded deed back from the county. Because this process normally takes about two weeks, and because we list our properties as soon as we buy them, there are small windows of time in the life of any of our listings in which we simply will not have this document back from the county. Typically, however, we are in possession of that document within a 7 to 10 days of listing.
There are other circumstances, such as when we close through a title company, when we do not receive the recorded deed back until it’s sent to us along with the Owner’s Policy. This could take upwards of a month.
All this being said, if a Buyer is interested in seeing this document, it’s not difficult for us to retrieve a copy from the county via email (though it may take a day or two).
There’s a property I’m interested in which you have marked as ‘Coming Soon.’ It’s been labeled this way for a while. Why is that and when will it debut?
Excellent question and we appreciate you visiting our site often enough to notice this. Generally speaking, if you see a property listed on our site as ‘Coming Soon’ for more than two weeks it’s because some issue arose during escrow which is preventing us from purchasing the land. Typically it’s either because of some obscure lien that the title company has discovered and is attempting to remedy, or because the individual selling to us went on vacation or is unable to sign the closing docs for some indeterminate (and frustrating) period of time. We refer to this period as “escrow hell” and we find ourselves in it more often than we care to be. If you see a property marked ‘Coming Soon’ that genuinely interests you, call our offices and we can discuss what is holding up the property’s debut on our website as well as provide information about the land prior to its eventual listing.
I want to purchase a property, but at checkout it’s saying I can only place a $500 or $1,000 “Earnest Money Deposit.” Why?
A couple reasons…
In situations where a property is of a particularly high dollar value (say, over $10,000) we encourage our buyers to close through a Title/Escrow company. This company is a third party intermediary who will handle both the drafting and recording of the new deed, along with the money being used to purchase the property. They will also provide other services we believe a buyer should find invaluable such as confirming that we are conveying clear and marketable title and offering you the ability to purchase title insurance. Before beginning that process we ask for an Earnest Money Deposit to demonstrate that the buyer is, in fact, serious and committed to purchasing the land.
If a buyer is unconcerned with these matters or simply wants to avoid the time, paperwork and hassle that come with closing through title/escrow, we have the smaller $500 and $1,000 deposits because we simply don’t imagine the average buyer will have a credit card that can accommodate high dollar value purchases. And even if the buyer does it’s more than likely the purchase will have to be split over multiple cards. We’d prefer to simply ask for the Deposit and then contact the buyer personally to see what payment method works best for them. In many instances, this will be a combination of credit card and cashier’s check.
I want to purchase a property but I don’t trust or own credit cards – what do I do?
Contact our offices and we’ll accommodate whatever purchasing method works best for you. While credit or debit card is the easiest for us, we can accept payment by wire transfer, cashier’s check, PayPal or any number of other financial instruments.
I want to purchase a property but I don’t trust or own credit cards – can I pay with a check?
As we have yet to receive a check that hasn’t bounced three days after hitting our bank account, we must insist on a cashier’s check. It is also strongly encouraged that you contact our offices first so you know 1) who to make the check out to (‘Hemingway Land’ is the name of the website, we purchase property under a number of different LLCs) and 2) where to mail the payment. It is also encouraged that you contact us in advance so we know to look for the check in the mail.
I want to purchase a property but how do I know that this entire website is not actually a fraud?
For any potential buyers skeptical of the legitimacy of this operation, we’d encourage you to close through a title/escrow company. This will allow a third party intermediary to handle both the drawing up and recording of the deed as well as your money. We should mention, however, that this will incur additional costs and those costs will be the responsibility of you, the buyer. Similarly, in order to enter escrow there must be a signed Sale/Purchase agreement between Buyer (you) and Seller (us). In the interest of not wasting our time we request a down payment (typically either $500 or $1,000) before we begin drafting this contract or hiring the title company.
You keep mentioning closing through a “Title/Escrow Company.” How long does that take?
If you’re a cash buyer with no lender involved it should not take more than two weeks, particularly if we have already closed on the property through the same title company in the last three months. That being said, title companies are notoriously “deliberate” and it’s always safe to budget four weeks total to accommodate their methodical nature.
Will you pay for title insurance?
No. We pay for title insurance when we are the Buyer and we expect the same of the people we sell to.
Do I have to deposit the money before I see the contract? Can you draft the contract first so I know what I’m agreeing to before I deposit the money?
No. Experience has taught us never to draft a contract until money has been deposited. If it’s any consolation, however, you should know that our Sale/Purchase Agreements are very simple and straight forward and typically no longer than one page in length. Similarly, if there’s any language in the contract which you’d like amended we will most likely accommodate it unless we believe it places undue financial burden on us. Please contact us email@example.com
Has the property been staked or surveyed?
Not recently unless otherwise said in the listing
Most regions we buy in were platted out years ago. Stakes or pins may have been used to mark property boundaries but it’s typically questionable whether they still exist or can be found. While they may be there, we don’t make that guarantee to our buyers unless stated in the individual listing.
The GPS coordinates we give you to locate the lots are fairly accurate and if used for scouting, will get you to a location that will give you an excellent sense of precisely what chunk of land it is that you’d be buying. For a specific sense of where the lot begins and ends, however, it is ultimately best to hire a local surveyor.
What about X, Y and Z? Will you pay for that?
No. We do not pay for your title insurance, your survey, your perc test, your septic inspection, your well installation, your fence construction or any other costs which would reasonably be viewed as the buyer’s responsibility.
What else can you tell me about the property?
Rural Nest purchases real property for the sole purpose of re-selling it. In the interest of transparency, everything we know about each parcel is disclosed in the listing and nothing is withheld.
Can I tour the property before I buy it?
Yes, in fact we encourage all prospective buyers to visit the property they’re interested in prior to purchase. We understand that not all buyers are able to do this and this is why we provide photos taken from each property we list along with – in some cases – drone videos. In the absence of being able to physically walk the land prior to purchase, reviewing these photos and videos can be an excellent way to gain insight into what the property, its terrain and surroundings are like.
Will a representative from your office be able to show me the property?
No. We do not have staff in most of the areas we buy in nor do we employ realtors. Anyone interested in scouting a property is encouraged to, but they will have to use a smart phone and the GPS coordinates provided on the individual listing page to accomplish this. Because of this, we highly recommend studying the property’s location on Google Maps prior to scouting.
When I do business I like to look a person in the eye. I want you to make yourself available to show me the land.
As our offices are in Las Vegas, Nevada, unless you’re willing to pay for our airfare, rental car and hotel accommodations it’s unlikely we’ll be able to meet you to show you the property. Similarly, if we were able to show you the land we likely would not be able to provide any additional answers or insights about the property beyond what is already provided on the property’s listing page.
We too enjoy the ability to look a person in the eye and handle business face to face. In this modern world, however, everything needed to accomplish one of these transactions can be done from the comfort of your own home via phone, fax and email. This is especially true if you’re closing through a title company. We buy and sell hundreds of properties each year and rarely ever meet one of the people we’re buying from or selling to. The efficiency of this business model, combined with the low overhead, allows us to pass the savings on to you, the buyer.
Can you hold a property for me?
The fee to place a “hold” on a property is $100/week. This $100 will be applied to your purchase if you buy the property, but is otherwise non-refundable. If you’re interested in placing a hold on one of our properties, we encourage you to contact our office directly and speak to a representative as a special payment form will need to be created and sent to you privately in an email.
Can I buy land in my son or daughter’s name?
You may. One of the advantageous things about transferring land in the US is that the buyer does not have to sign. The seller signs as the ‘Grantor’ granting the property to the ‘Grantee’, or receiver of the grant. A child not of age to sign legally binding contracts does not need to sign to receive or take ownership of land.
Do you own any other property in the area or right next door?
Unless specifically stated on that property’s listing page, it’s unlikely we own the adjacent lot(s). Normally if we do, we will list them as one larger property instead of several smaller ones.
Additionally, while it’s unlikely that whatever subject property you’re considering purchasing will have a neighboring parcel also available in our inventory at the same time you’re looking to purchase the first property, Rural Nest is always willing and eager to work with our buyers to accommodate whatever land-buying needs they may have. It is not uncommon for buyers to call our office requesting specific acreage in precise geographic areas. It is also not uncommon for our Company to search out and identify the names and mailing addresses of the owners of neighboring property. This can be helpful should a buyer want to contact the owners directly, whether it be to make an offer to purchase said property or even to gain better access to the subject property.
If I am not an American citizen may I still buy land from you?
Yes, American land can be bought by anyone who is not subject to American trade restrictions like citizens of North Korea, Myanmar, or a small handful of other countries.
Will I need an attorney or real estate agent?
While Rural Nest would never discourage anyone from seeking proper legal counsel, we have gone through great effort to simplify the buying process with straightforward, easy-to-read contracts. Furthermore, land acquisition and resale is not typically a heady or paperwork intensive process and rarely does it involve more than a notary. In fact in our experience, the participation of an agent or attorney is the exception and not the rule when it comes to legally conveying rural, vacant land from one party to another. This is yet another reason why our prices are so low.
All this being said, if a buyer feels more comfortable having a professional review the contracts under which they purchase one of our properties, we would never object.
How does the sale process work?
On cash purchases of properties under $10,000 – or properties which are purchased through our website – you tell us how you want the deed titled, and what mailing address you will want for the deed and taxes. Once the purchase price is paid in full, Rural Nest will prepare, sign, and notarize a Special Warranty Deed or other acceptable high quality deed to officially transfer ownership to you. We will then have it notarized and sent via certified mail to the county to be recorded. Once the county has recorded the deed it will forward the recorded copy along to you.
On purchases over $10,000 – or properties which are being funded and closed on through title/escrow – we ask for a Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit (usually either $500 or $1,000) to de-list the property, draft the appropriate Sale And Purchase Agreements, and initiate escrow. This process will take a little longer but will allow the buyer to safely escrow their funds while the title company researches the property to make sure that we can, in fact, convey clear title and sell the property to you absent any liens or encumbrances. Similarly, the title company will also be responsible for drafting the new deed and facilitating the transaction. This will take a few extra weeks but is generally encouraged because of the peace of mind it provides you, The Buyer.
How long does it take for me to get my deed?
Because Rural Nest records the new deed for our buyers (and hence, eliminates the extra expense and hassle of recording) this means that the deed must first be mailed to the County Clerk or Recorder’s Office. Once it has been recorded it is then forwarded on to the buyer by a representative of that county’s office. From start to finish this process usually takes about three weeks.
I purchased a property from you X weeks/months ago and now I’ve changed my mind and would like a refund. What is your refund policy?
Our refund policy is that we do not offer refunds.
If we have conveyed a piece of property to you, we trust that it was after you had done the appropriate due diligence required for you to be satisfied with the purchase – whether that be scouting the land, speaking with county officials or getting quotes from local vendors. If you did not elect to take the appropriate measures to confirm the piece of land you purchased was what you wanted and suited to your needs, we will not be responsible for refunding the purchase.
Additionally, because it’s entirely possible we could sell to someone and they could encumber the land with a lien we wouldn’t be able to find before taking back ownership, we do not take the chance of re-deeding property. Furthermore, at checkout, you are prompted to acknowledge our Terms & Conditions of sale which state, among other things, that all sales are final and no refunds will be afforded.
On the bright side, however, if you have made a mistake with your purchase you can take comfort in the fact that you now own an asset which you bought for below market value. This means you can list the property with a realtor – or even by simply putting ads on Craigs List – and resell the land for a profit. Many of the people who purchase from us are professional investors who go on to ‘flip’ their purchases for a profit. In most cases, you can easily do the same.
I placed a $500 or $1,000 Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit on a property and now I’ve changed my mind and would like my $500 or $1,000 Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit back. Will you issue a refund?
No. Once you place a deposit on a property we de-list that property from our website as well as all other land listing sites on the internet. We draft contracts, we open escrow and we notify other buyers that the land has been sold. This takes an inordinate amount of time and effort and we do not give that over freely. This is one of the reasons the Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit is set so high, so as buyers will do their own research and exercise an appropriate degree of caution before initiating the transaction. Only if we are unable to fulfill the terms of the agreement and convey the property to you with clear and marketable title will we refund the otherwise Non-Refundable Deposit.
Do You Offer Financing On This Property?
Generally speaking, unless it’s indicated on the specific property’s listing page, we do not finance land or enter into agreements where someone pays off the balance of the property slowly over months or years. Unless a buyer can put down 50% of the purchase price upfront, we typically can’t afford to entertain the discussion.
All this being said, there are plenty of resources online where you can obtain funding for purchases such as this. We discuss some of these options on our Financing page and would encourage anyone interested in learning more about these options to read that page and visit the websites we recommend there.
May I use multiple credit cards to buy land?
You may. As our listing pages have very specific payment forms associated with them, however, it is important that if you are spreading your purchase out over one or more credit cards that you contact our offices to arrange for the special payment forms to be created.
Do you have any questions we didn’t answer?
Call or text 702-550-0364 or firstname.lastname@example.org