Georgia Real Estate Auction and Georgia Land Auction Rapidly Approaching

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United Country Certified Real Estate Auctions of Moultrie, Ga., announced today the upcoming bank-ordered auction of Tahlequah Plantation, a foreclosed property in Thomasville, Ga., that will be offered at public auction on January 24, 2009.

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This Georgia real estate auction gives buyers an amazing opportunity; being able to purchase a South Georgia plantation at buyer's prices is simply unheard of.

United Country Certified Real Estate and Myers Jackson, licensed Georgia real estate broker and real estate auctioneer, announced today an upcoming Georgia real estate auction, Georgia land auction and bidder awareness seminar.
"At this Georgia land auction, Tahlequah Plantation, a beautiful recreational property in the heart of plantation country, will be offered to the highest and best bidders," explains Jackson, an Accredited Auctioneer of Real Estate and graduate of the Certified Auctioneers Institute. "This Georgia real estate auction gives buyers an amazing opportunity; being able to purchase a South Georgia plantation at buyer's prices is simply unheard of."

After just a few weeks of aggressive marketing and heightened awareness, buyers are growing anxious to have the choice to purchase the 520+/- acres up for auction in Thomas County. Curious callers have inquired about the bidder registration process and the qualifications required to bid on the land, and interested parties have asked questions concerning the logistics of the transactions, the bidding process, and the location of this Georgia real estate auction event. A bidder awareness seminar will be held on Friday, January 23 at 1 p.m. on the property.

Also held onsite, this Georgia land auction auction will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 24. Terms and conditions will be read aloud, any remaining questions will be addressed, and only the highest and best bids will be taken into consideration.

Tahlequah Plantation is a 520+/- acre property located in South Georgia at 1548 Pig Saul Road in Thomas County, and it offers an abundance of desirable features. This Georgia land offers exceptional timber (a timber cruise is posted on the real estate Auctioneer's website) and road frontage on Pig Saul Road. Outstanding road systems also run throughout the whole property. This fine recreational tract will be offered divided. The gated entrance provides a scenic drive to the Day House and paddocks.

A 6-8 inch well on the property (tract 2) feeds the duck pond and the 35+/- acre floodable pond through a system of pipes and ditches. The floodable pond has walk-out dikes to duck blinds surrounded by superb stands of timber, and towering pines surround duck ponds, as well as hunting spots for deer, turkey and quail.

Tract 6 includes a four inch well and horse stalls. The elaborate Day House will serve as headquarters for daily trips, and the property includes an excellent site on which to build a South Georgia lodge or estate.

Jackson says the auction method of marketing was chosen by the sellers to expedite the sale process and give buyers an unprecedented opportunity to buy a South Georgia plantation in an open and public forum. The sellers, having varied motivations, wished to reach a qualified bidder pool, save time in the marketing process, and present an optimal chance to buyers wishing to capture incentives in today's land and real estate market. When this Georgia land is brought to the auction block, all qualified, registered bidders will compete for the privilege to sign contracts.

"There is no better way to market land in this environment," said Jackson. "A property of this type requires sophisticated buyers who are well qualified to purchase, able to pay cash or obtain financing quickly and close in a manner that affords the seller the ability to make decisions on a structured timeline."

Event news and details of this Georgia land auction are available online at . Interested parties may view the Georgia real estate auction video. Jackson can be contacted by phone at 800-711-9175.


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