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Pacific NW: 5 Acres, Small Home, HUGE Barn, Great Well in forest on creek! $119k!  RSS feed

 
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Greetings all.. well after several years I'm pulling the plug on my vision of building my own little permie farm & moving on..

I'm offering up my near 5 acre, forested land on a creek with a nice small house, giant barn & TONS of building materials to the first best offer that comes along! 

It is currently listed on the MLS/Real estate database as I am working with a realtor to sell.

This is a property that quite likely will NOT qualify for traditional lending due to a few issues.

Please feel free to check the listing out, the MLS # is:  1207468
 
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Can you provide a link or something? Unfortunately there is no single MLS system and numbering is different and many sites don't even have a way to search by MLS. I tried looking but without knowing where in the great PNW, it was impossible to locate. Thanks
 
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Seconded, I'd be pretty interested in this.
 
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If the house and barn or any good, doesn't sound like much for the land.
 
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Since the OP is in Toledo, I think this is the place: https://www.estately.com/listings/info/380-s-jackson-hwy--1









Looks like there's already a pending offer on it. I don't know if you can put an offer on a place that's already got a pending offer
 
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You can definitely do that. Most pending offers fall through, because the people put in conditions that cannot be met. They say it's tough to get bank financing for this place. Many people shopping at the lower end of the market, will put in an offer, conditional on receiving financing. Even when told that vendor financing is not available, some will try. I have seen people put in conditions such as, my uncle has to approve things and he's out of town or I want to thoroughly check out all the easements. In reality, they are desperately searching for money, That Never Comes.

I was third in line for my place. The others were lookeyloos, who couldn't come up with money. I  sold real estate years ago.  The easiest clients to find, are unqualified buyers.
 
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