Cash: $39,825. Steps: $2,000 down and a one-time $250 doc fee to hold the property. Sign purchase contract. Send final payment within 21 days. Deed is notarized to you. Enjoy!
Owner Finance Terms: $2,000 down and a one-time $250 doc fee, then $700/mo for 60 months thereafter. If you want lower monthly payments or a longer term, put more money down. There is a $10/mo loan servicing fee along with prorated taxes. Ask about our 6mo same as cash option as well.
Once you press the “Reserve Now” Button above, you will be redirected to our property payment page. Once you have completed the payment, you will be sent an email requesting that you fill out a brief personal information survey so that we can begin the Land Sale Contract Process.
Title is Clear. No Open Liens/Encumbrances found.
***Owner financing available with no credit checks!***
Grab your 40 acres of 100% pure patriotic dirt before it’s gone. This is the only investment that can’t crash or get stolen. Get out of the crowded city and breathe the clean air!
Plenty to do! Head 1.25 hours NW to Las Vegas, or NE to Kaibab National Forest and the Grand Canyon just beyond. Maybe you want to tear up the mountainside with your ATV, dirt bike, or 4×4. This is the freedom most people simply dream of.
This is a rare property. Why? The entire East side touches BLM, the road is very well maintained, the landscaping is full of Joshua trees, and there is a wetland/aquafer/pond on your property over 200 feet in diameter!
This property is in Mohave County. Camping, tiny homes, mud homes, RV’s, and most all builds are allowed. Buyer must do their own due diligence on finding out about permits. DiTina will send you a list of contacts for Mohave County upon request.
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Las Vegas, Kingman, White Hills, Phoenix
17177 MARICOPA DR, Willow Beach, AZ
T27N R18W SEC 5 SE4 NE4 CONT 40.00 ACRES
1313.07 feet North 1316.97 feet East 1316.99 feet South 1313.1 feet West
Solar or Pole
Well or Haul
Piercing green water to experience in Emerald Cove, water trips from Vegas to Willow Beach, campgrounds, adventure, and then live in the mountains away from the city.
Willow Beach was a major trade center for Mojave and Virgin Ancestral Pueblo people along the routes between Coastal California and the American Southwest.