Does the property have to be auctioned?
Yes, unless the buyer is a qualified government agency or a qualified non-profit organization, if applicable. Arizona Revised Statutes outline the requirements for the sale of real and personal property via the competitive public auction process.Return to Real Estate Services

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1. How much does this property cost?
2. Does the property have to be auctioned?
3. How long does the purchase process take?
4. What is the cost of the bid deposit to bring a property to auction?
5. What is the deposit for participating at the auction?
6. What happens to my bid deposit?
7. What if I'm the successful bidder and my financing falls through?
8. Is a Broker's Commission offered?
9. What can I build on the property?
10. How does the County advertise?
11. Are these the only properties the County, District and MCDOT have available for auction?
12. What about County buildings?
13. Can I bid below the starting bid if the minimum is not met?