State Offers Additional 300 Parcels For Sale to General Public
(Anchorage, AK) – The State of Alaska last week released more than 300 parcels of land for sale to the general public. This is the final release of new, non-agricultural land offerings until the annual sealed-bid, subdivided land auction introduced each spring.
The diverse rural and remote lands are widely distributed across Alaska and include several unsold lots previously offered only to residents in prior sealed-bid auctions, including some created in the popular Remote Recreational Cabin Sites staking program. Residents and non-residents alike can now select from a total of nearly 1,000 parcels available over the counter on a first-come, first-served basis. The parcels range from 2 to 40 acres and include amenities such as oceanfront, lakefront, riverfront, roadside, and fly-in access. Prices are set at appraised values and start as low as $2,600.
If you have been thinking about purchasing a piece of Alaska’s “Last Frontier,” the Department of Natural Resources encourages you to review the properties described online by clicking on the “Buy Land” link at http://dnr.alaska.gov or visiting the Land Sales website directly at http://dnr.alaska.gov/mlw/landsale/. Free brochures are also available at the public counter for the DNR Land Section in Juneau and the DNR Public Information Centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks. For additional assistance, including information on DNR’s land sales, upcoming offerings (such as a second agricultural auction planned for fall 2012), competitive in-house financing, and Veterans’ programs, please call 907-269-8400 (TDD for the hearing impaired at 907-269-8411) or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more frequent updates, subscribe to the program's email list via the Land Sales website, like “Alaska State-Owned Land For Sale” on Facebook at http://facebook.com/AlaskaLand/ or follow the program on Twitter at http://twitter.com/AlaskaLand4Sale/.
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(Anchorage, AK) – The State of Alaska has released more than 300 additional parcels of land for sale to the general public. The inventory of unsold rural and remote lots now includes lots previously available only to residents in prior sealed-bid auctions, including some created in the popular Remote Recreational Cabin Sites staking program. Residents and non-residents alike can select from a total of nearly 1,000 parcels on a first-come, first-served basis. The 2- to 40-acre lots are priced at appraised values starting as low as $2,600.
For more information on the Department of Natural Resources’ land sales, additional planned offerings, competitive in-house financing, and Veterans’ programs, visit the “Buy Land” link online at dnr.alaska.gov, follow “Alaska State-Owned Land For Sale” at facebook.com/AlaskaLand, or call the Anchorage Public Information Center at 907-269-8400.