Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2007
Finding undeveloped land for sale in Arizona is not too difficult, though purchasing it over the Internet and not at a live, outcry auction is a new concept. LFC Online, the pioneer of online real estate auctions, has been selected to auction market The Overlook at Laughlin Ranch.
Conducting the real estate auction via the Internet allows prospective bidders from literally all over the world to participate. "Exposing this property through our specialized auction marketing program will bring many qualified buyers - land speculators, developers, builders - to the table, and the online bidding will give them all a fair chance to purchase this prime development land," states Will Hutson, vice-president, the LFC Group of Companies
The Overlook's 31+ acres run along the entrance of Laughlin Ranch, a master-planned golf community in Bullhead City, Arizona, and is mapped for attached single family residences.
Bullhead City, one of Arizona's fastest growing cities, sits on the Arizona side of the Colorado River, directly across from the bright lights of the Laughlin casinos and is just a short drive from Las Vegas.
The Overlook is incorporated in the rapidly developing community of Laughlin Ranch, where residents enjoy first class facilities and amenities. The Laughlin Ranch Golf Course was voted America's Best New Golf Course by Golf Digest in 2005, and most recently was awarded Best Golf Club in the nation by Golf Inc. Laughlin Ranch also boasts a luxurious day spa and salon, state-of-the-art fitness center, fine restaurant, bar lounge and meeting rooms.
For property information, auction details and to register, visit http://www.lfc.com/677R1
LFC Online - part of the LFC Group of Companies For over 30 years, the LFC Group of Companies has served numerous Fortune 500 companies, real estate developers, investors, financial institutions and government agencies by auction marketing thousands of commercial, industrial, land and residential properties with an aggregate value well in excess of $2 billion. http://www.lfc.com