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General Information

This large 40 acre property is located about an hour from the town of Rawlins. It is in a private location with only a couple of neighbors within a couple miles of the property line. This is an off-the-grid property with no close utilities. Property does not have legal access and would not be able to built on until it has legal access. Property would be best for recreation such as four wheeling.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number 8582
  • Size 40 Acres
  • Dimensions 1320' x 1320'
  • County Sweetwater
  • State Wyoming
  • Farming
  • Recreational
  • Offthegrid
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Finance Terms

  • Foreclosed
  • Original price: $9,997
  • Purchase Price: $7,384.91
  • Interest Rate: 9.7%
  • Loan Term: 10 years
  • Total Monthly Payment: $108.98

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  • Cost to Bring Current: $118.64
  • Down Payment: $0.00
  • Document Fee: $0.00
  • Transfer Tax: $0.00
  • Total Due Today: $118.64

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  • Foreclosed
  • Original Price: $9,997
  • Purchase Price: $7,384.91
  • Your Pay in Full Discount: -$1,476.98
  • Your Price Today: $5,907.93
  • Cost to Bring Current: $118.64
  • Document Fee: $0.00
  • Transfer Tax: $0.00
  • Total Due Today: $6,026.57
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): R0139702
  • Road Access: Access Nearby
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: The Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SE ¼ of SW ¼) in Section 33, Township 22 North, Range 92 West, being 40 acres more or less, in the County of Sweetwater, State of Wyoming, less and except all oil, gas and other mineral rights. SUBJECT TO: all easements and right-of-ways existing or of record and RESERVING therefrom a 30’ easement around the boundary of the property for ingress and egress or utilities.
  • Dimensions: 1320' x 1320'
  • Zoning: Agricultural
  • Zoning Code: A (Agricultural)
  • Zoning Definition: A (Agricultural): This district is intended to reflect the County’s vast open spaces with large tracts of undeveloped land, and recognize the various uses that occur there. By nature, the majority of the County falls within this zone. Dominant land uses in this district include traditional open range livestock grazing and trailing; oil, gas and mineral exploration and extraction and cultivated agriculture. Most utilities and County provided services are limited or unavailable.

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