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These five great residential lots are located in Calhoun County, Alabama. Calhoun County is located in the Northeast portion of the state with a population of about 114,000 as of 2017. Calhoun County is also home to Jacksonville State University and its county seat is Anniston. Property #10910 and #10656 are both treed, flat lots in the Southern portion of Anniston. Property #10624 and #10630 are in a nice residential area in the Northern portion of Anniston. And finally, #10905 is a corner lot on the outskirts of the town of Weaver in an established neighborhood of lovely well-kept homes. You cannot go wrong with this great pack, priced well below usual retail prices for the area!

  • Property Number: 11047
  • Size: 3.11 Acres
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  • County: Calhoun
  • State: Alabama
  • Annual Taxes: $446.67
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  • Purchase Price: $16,397.00
  • Interest Rate: 9.7%
  • Loan Term: 7 years 6 months
  • Total Monthly Payment: $301.98

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  • Down Payment: $149.00
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $16.40
  • Total Due Today: $314.40

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  • Purchase Price: $16,397.00
  • Your Pay in Full Discount: -$3,279.40
  • Your Price Today: $13,117.60
  • Document Fee: $149.00
  • Transfer Tax: $16.40
  • Total Due Today: $13,283.00
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  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): Multiple
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  • Legal Description: Shadow Ridge Development Sub, a Resubdivision of Lots 66 through 69 and Lot 74 in S18 T15 R8 in Calhoun County, Alabama.; Section 18 Tsp 15S Rng 08E Lyncoya Subdivision Block 2 Lot 1 and Lot 4; Section 13 Tsp 16S Rnge 07E Lot in the NE 1/4 NW 1/4 Desc Beg at Pt on West side of Smith St 380 Ft S of the Point where the Westline of Smith St interestions N/Sec Line Thens South Along Smith St 110 W/230 N/105 & E/210 to POB in S13 T16 R7 in Calhoun County, State of Alabama.; Sec 32 Tsp 14S Rng 08E Enchanted Forest S/D Lot 23 Weaver AL S32 T14 R8 lying in the County of Calhoun, State of Alabama.; Sec 18 Tsp 16S Range 08E Constantine Park Block 21 Lots 17 and 18 Anniston Ala S18 T16 R8 Joins H/S Parcel 039 in Calhoun County, State of Alabama.
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