Alaska Mental Health Trust fall statewide land sale features 64 parcels
(Anchorage, AK) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office is offering approximately 64 parcels throughout Alaska in its 2017 Fall Statewide Land Sale. Comprehensive information about the parcels, including photos and maps, is available at www.mhtrustland.org.
The Trust Land Office administers land sales on behalf of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Many Trust parcels are uniquely situated for residential and recreational uses and are made available for purchase through annual statewide land sales. Bids will be accepted until October 30, 2017.
The Trust Land Office can provide financing for successful bidders after down payment of 10 percent of the purchase price. You do not need to be an Alaskan resident to bid.
For more information about the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, go to http://www.mhtrust.org/.
CONTACT: Jusdi Doucet, 269-8422, email@example.com
ABOUT THE MENTAL HEALTH TRUST LAND OFFICE
The Trust Land Office is a unit within the Department of Natural Resources that is contracted exclusively by the Mental Health Trust Authority to manage its approximately one million acres of land and other non-cash assets to generate income. The TLO generates revenue through land leases and sales; real estate; timber sales; mineral and energy exploration and development; and material sales. The TLO manages Trust lands prudently, efficiently and with accountability to The Trust and its beneficiaries, protecting the inherent value of The Trust’s real property portfolio for today’s development opportunities and into perpetuity.