Friday, October 16, 2009

FDIC Real Estate Auction to Offer More Than 100 Properties in Atlanta and North Georgia

(BUSINESS WIRE)--J.P. King Auction Company, the nation’s leading real estate auction firm, will manage the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) auction of over 100 foreclosed properties throughout North Georgia and greater Atlanta. The sale will take place on October 27 and October 28, 10 a.m. daily at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel in Atlanta. A variety of assets are available, and many of each property type will sell absolute with no minimums and no reserves through J.P. King’s Asset Auctions Division.

The sale will offer single-family homes, townhomes and home lots. The residential properties range from one-bedroom condos to six-bedroom homes. Commercial properties include office condos, office buildings, warehouses and a convenience store with gas station and car wash. Land properties range from smaller commercial development land to 137+/- acre agricultural land.

“Whether you are a developer or investor looking for great opportunities in the Atlanta area or a first time buyer still seeking to take advantage of the $8,000 tax credit, the FDIC sale can accommodate every need,” said Craig King, president & CEO of J.P. King Auction Company.

Property locations include the Atlanta city limits and surrounding cities such as Hampton, Convington, Athens, Alpharetta, Greensboro, McDonough and other areas covering much of North Georgia.

Properties will be open for inspection at designated times during the weeks leading up to the auction, which will be posted on www.jpking.com. Individuals interested in information about the upcoming auction may contact J.P. King’s Asset Auctions Division at 800.558.5464 or visit the company’s Web site. Online bidding will be available and interested participants can visit the Web site for additional information. A $1,000 per property registration fee is required via cashier’s check.

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