16A — February 12 - 25, 2016 — Auction — M id A tlantic
Real Estate Journal
Warner Real Estate represented the seller and buyer in the sale Warner sells 61 +/- acre preserved farm & seven unit investment for $225,000 N
EW JERSEY — War- ner Real Estate & Auction closed on a 61 +/- acre preserved farm in Lower Alloways Creek/Quin- ton Townships on January 22, 2016 for $225,000. The farm included block 29, lot 2 (Quinton Township) and block 10, lot 2 (LAC Township). The farm consisted of 57 +/- till- able acres and one exception area to build a single family home. Soil types were mostly silt loam. Warner Real Estate represented the seller and buyer in the sale. The seven unit investment
61 +/- acre preserved farm in Lower Alloways Creek/Quinton Townships
property situated on 3.96 +/- acres located in Mannington
Township consisted of five single family homes and one
3.96 +/- acres located in Mannington Township
duplex. The property was fully rented with a net operating income (NOI) of about $54,000 per year. The property sold for $215,000 and the buyer plans on making renovations to the property to increase the net income and hold the property in his investment portfolio. n Auct ion Profes - sionals “Sold” on Auctioneers Day MID ATLANTIC, USA — The third Saturday in April marks a special day in the lives of auction professionals — “National Auctioneers Day.” This special day is recognized by auction professionals as a day to reflect back on one of history’s oldest professions and celebrate the industry’s future. The last bastion of the com- petitive free enterprise system, the auction method of market- ing and the age-old profession of auctioneering continues to grow every year. The most recent research indicated that about a quarter-trillion dollars in goods and services are sold by auction professionals every year in the United States. Online or on the lawn, auc- tions continue to grow in popu- larity with consumers. Bidders enjoy the thrill of competition and the rush that comes with the chase for treasures. Auc- tions are the most fair, trans- parent and efficient means of selling assets at true market value. Most importantly, con- sumers understand this and regularly come back to auc- tions because they are fun and entertaining. The National Auctioneers Association and its members encourage the public to enjoy Saturday, April 16, by attend- ing an auction. n
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