Auction Date and Time: June 12, 2018 @ 3:00 pm
Auction Location: Stafford Circuit Court - 1300 Courthouse Rd., Stafford, VA 22555
For More Information, Please Contact Tim Dudley at (804) 601-4087 or Richard Bryan at (804) 655-2412
Sale Flyer | Plat Map | B-2 Zoning Ordinance
Tax Record - Lot 1 | Topographic Map - Lot 1
Tax Record - Lot 2 | Topographic Map - Lot 2
Bidder Registration Form | Broker Registration Form
Summary of Offerings:
- Offering 1 - Lot 1 – 3.9651 AC - PID: 21U 1 1 – Assessed Value: $1,727,200
- Offering 2 - Lot 2 – 4.7391 AC - PID: 21U 1 2 – Assessed Value: $2,064,400
- Offering 3 - Lots 1 & 2 – 8.704 AC – PID: 21U 1 1 & 21U 1 2 – Combined Assessed Value: $3,791,600
- 2 Parcels Totaling 8.704 ± AC
- Zoning: B-2 Urban Commercial
- 868' of Combined Frontage on U.S. Hwy. 1
- Combined Assessed Value: $3,791,600
- Water, Sewer, Electric, Gas, Telephone Available to Site
- Annual Average Daily Traffic Count (U.S. Hwy. 1): 28,000+
- Annual Average Daily Traffic Count (Port Aquia Dr.): 1,300+
SVN/Motleys is proud to present, via foreclosure, 2 commercial parcels totaling 8.704 ± AC located in Stafford County (VA) at the signalized intersection of U.S. Hwy. 1 and Port Aquia Dr. Both parcels are part of the Port Aquia Commercial District and are surrounded by hotels, shopping centers and restaurants; additionally, the Port Aquia townhouse subdivision is just 0.05 ± miles from the subject site. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to develop retail, office, mini-storage, or a hotel in an area with high visibility and easy access!
Lot 1 totals 3.9651 AC (172,720 SF) and is located at the southwest quadrant of U.S. Hwy. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) and Port Aquia Dr. This is a wooded site with approximately 511’ of frontage on U.S. Hwy. 1 and 722’ of frontage on Port Aquia Dr.
Lot 2 totals 4.7391 AC (206,435 SF) and is located at the northwest quadrant of U.S. Hwy. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) and Port Aquia Dr. It is a wooded site with approximately 357’ of frontage on U.S. Hwy. 1 and 639’ of frontage on Port Aquia Dr.
Portions of the northern end of Lot 2 are encumbered by the Resource Protection Area of the Chesapeake Bay Act. The exact acreage of the encumbered area is unknown; however, development can be designed around these areas. Lot 2 is also encumbered with a small area of wetlands in the northwestern corner of the site which is outside the RPA. This area does not appear to impact the development of the site.
Both parcels are zoned Urban Commercial (B-2) by the County of Stafford. The purpose of this district is to designate appropriate areas for high intensity commercial uses intended to serve retail sales and service and business and professional service needs, at a regional or countywide scale.
Permitted uses for the two subject parcels include banks, child care centers, hotel/motels, convenience center, general and professional offices, low and medium intensity commercial retail uses, restaurants and mini-storage warehousing. Both parcels are restricted from the following uses: light warehouse, broadcasting stations, plumbing/electrical supply, auto sales and service, travel trailer parks, commercial kennel, nursery/greenhouse, lumber and building supply, machinery sales and service, dance hall or wholesaling.
The subject parcels are conveniently located between I-95 and U.S. Hwy. 1, just 14 ± miles north of Fredericksburg, VA and only 40 ± miles south of Washington, DC! Both parcels are also located less than 1.5 ± miles from Exit 143A: Garrisonville Rd on I-95, less than 3 ± miles to downtown Garrisonville, VA, less than 5 ± miles to downtown Stafford, VA, and are approximately 9 ± miles from the Quantico Marine Corps Base and 37 ± miles from Fort A.P. Hill.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THIS FORECLOSURE AUCTION
Successful bidder's deposit of 10% of the final amount bid will be required. The successful bidder's deposit MUST be paid by CASH, CASHIER'S OR CERTIFIED CHECK at the foreclosure sale. Certified or cashier’s check is to be made payable to Hamill D. Jones, Jr., Substitute Trustee.
A Buyer’s Premium of five percent (5%) will be added to the high bid for the real property and included in the total selling price paid by the buyer. For example, if the successful bid on a given property is $100,000, the five percent buyer’s premium will equal $5,000, and the purchase price for the property will be $105,000.
Auctioneer will pay up to a two percent (2%) Broker Participation Fee (based on successful bid excluding buyer’s premium) to broker representing the winning bidder on the real property. In addition to the required registration, agents/auctioneers must also attend with and register their prospects at the auction.
To qualify for a Broker Participation Fee, the licensed broker/agent must first register the prospective bidder by mail, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax, (804) 232-3301 on Motley’s Broker Participation Acknowledgment Form, with Motleys Asset Disposition Group, 3600 Deepwater Terminal Rd Richmond, VA 23234. Registration forms must be countersigned by the prospect and include the broker's and agent's or auctioneer's license number, identification of the property, any agency disclosure statements, the letter and participation acknowledgment form. Please see Broker Participation Acknowledgment Form for full details.
Brokers must be present at the auction and assist their Buyers during the auction and, if their Buyers are the successful bidders, in the preparation of the agreement of sale to receive said commission. No commission will be paid to Brokers on any sale to an entity of which (or any affiliate of which) they are principals, employees or affiliates, or immediate family members. No Broker Participation Acknowledgment Forms will be accepted at the auction site.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE WITH RESPECT TO ALL CLOSINGS! The sale of the real estate must close no later than Thirty (30) days after the sale.
The real estate will be conveyed by SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED, subject to all rights, reservations, leases, covenants, conditions, easements and restrictions superior to the Deed of Trust as they may lawfully affect the real estate.
The purchaser will be required to pay all closing costs except the grantor's recording tax.
Real estate taxes will be prorated as of the date of sale.
Risk of loss to the real estate will pass to the successful bidder upon acceptance of the bid by the Trustee.
All Bidding is open to the public without regard to race, color, sex, religion, or national origin. As used in these conditions of sale, the term “the final bid” means the highest bid acknowledged by the auctioneer, and the term “purchase price” means the sum of the final bid plus the applicable buyer’s premium. The auctioneer has the right to reject any bid or raise any bid which, in his opinion, is not commensurate with the value of the property being offered. The auctioneer may advance the bidding at his absolute discretion and, in the event of any dispute between bidders, may determine the successful bidder or re-offer and resell the property in dispute. Should there be any dispute after the sale, the record of final sale shall be conclusive.
All Bidders are required to have a Bidder's Number to bid. To obtain a Bidder's Number, a registration form must be filled out giving full name, address and phone number. This information must be verified by proper identification. Evidence of correct form and amount of deposit must be made to obtain a Bidder’s Number.
Bids which are submitted to Auctioneer in writing or otherwise left with Auctioneer prior to an auction (Order Bids) for execution at or below a specified price shall be entertained and executed by Auctioneer for the convenience of bidders. Auctioneer shall not be responsible for failing to execute such bids or for errors relating to the execution of such bids.
Conditions of Default:
If successful bidder defaults in making settlement, the deposit paid by that defaulting successful bidder shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of the auction sale and then to the balance due under the applicable note, and the property purchased by such defaulting successful bidder may either be resold at the risk and expense of such party, or Substitute Trustee may accept the next highest available bid at the auction sale. Such defaulting successful bidder shall be liable personally for any deficiency resulting from the resale of the property if sold at a lower price as well as for all costs, expenses, and attorneys’ fees in connection with such resale. The forfeiture of such deposit shall not limit any rights or remedies of Substitute Trustee with respect to any such default.
The respective rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the Conditions of Sale and the conduct of the auction shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia. By bidding at an auction, whether present in person or by agent, written bid, telephone, online or other means, the bidder shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the state and federal courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
All property is being sold “where is,” “as is,” “with all faults,” with no representations or warranties of any sort except the special warranty to be included in the deed to the real property. Descriptions are provided as a service to customers only and do not constitute a warranty, either expressed or implied. Substitute Trustee and Auctioneer disclaim all responsibility for physical condition. All buyers are responsible for prior inspection of properties on which they bid, and by bidding are deemed to have so inspected the property to their satisfaction. Placing a bid on the offered property, whether in person, or by agent, by written bid, telephone bid or other means, constitutes an agreement by bidder to these conditions of sale.
Auctioneer and their agents and subagents assume no liability for errors or omissions in this or any other property listing or advertising or promotional/publicity statements and materials. Although information has been obtained from sources deemed reliable, Auctioneer makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information herein contained or in any other property listing or advertising or promotional/publicity statements and materials.
The successful bidder must agree to release any and all claims or causes of action it may have against Substitute Trustee and Auctioneer (or the employees or agents of either of them) relating in any way to (a) the auction sale, (b) the property offered for sale, (c) any condition or aspect of such property that may not be in compliance with any federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ruling including, without limitation, any laws, regulations, and rulings relating to environmental contamination or hazardous waste, and/or (d) any documents, reports, compilations, financial statements, projections, surveys, or any other documents delivered to such successful bidder by Auctioneer, and/or the beneficiary, or the agents or employees of either of them (collectively, the “Accommodation Documents”). The successful bidder must acknowledge and agree that the Substitute Trustee, Auctioneer, and the agents or employees of any of them have not made and do not make and have disclaimed any and all representations or warranties regarding the truth, accuracy, or completeness of any of the documents provided to the successful bidder relating to the property purchased or the sources thereof and that such documents were provided solely as an accommodation to such successful bidder.
The successful bidder for the real property will be responsible for obtaining, at its expense, the approval for any license, privilege, permit, or right necessary to improve, renovate, and/or develop the real property, or to construct, improve, and/or alter any improvements on the real property, and such successful bidder will be responsible for the fulfillment of any conditions imposed or required for such approvals. The auction sale will be final whether or not any such approvals are obtained of any necessary or desirable licenses, permits, privileges, or rights.
Megan’s Law Disclosure:
Interested parties should exercise whatever due diligence they deem necessary with respect to information on registered sexual offenders who might live near a property being offered for sale. Such information may be obtained by contacting your local police department or the Department of State Police.
Should any terms set forth in these Terms and Conditions be inconsistent with the terms of the Memorandum of Substitute Trustee’s Sale to be executed by the successful bidder, the terms of the Memorandum of Substitute Trustee’s Sale shall control. Additional terms may be announced at the sale.