Lot / Land For Sale in Snake River, Nome

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Short drive from Nome, road access

•  lot / land – $145,100. PATENTED Mining land!

– Road access — approx 10-12 miles out Nome-Teller Highway. PATENTED 74 Acres.

The property was owned by Thomas Sweeney, and his two brothers. The Sweeney brothers mined this land and in the 1930’s had offers from North American Mining to buy it. In the early 1980’s a surveyor with Alyeska Pipeline went to Nome to check on the land. He said there were minining shafts and a cabin on it. One of the Sweeney brothers, Patrick, was a Deputy Marshall in Nome. This land is not far from the new shooting range. United States Mineral Survey No 0883

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1 1/2 Story For Sale in City of Nome, Nome

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Great location!

•  864 sq. ft., 1 bath, 2 bdrm 1 1/2 story$183,000. Affordable!

– You will be able to get a good night’s sleep in this 1950’s style bungalow, thanks to a location that is just outside the rowdy center of the city; this home is still walking distance to all the places people go! 2 bedrooms, and a smaller room that could easily be used as a 3rd bedroom (egress ready!) and a generous portion of attic storage space will help you keep your life organized.

The real stone flooring (not laminate) is tough enough to survive anything life might throw at it, from pets to skis to muddy boots! High quality finishes like the beveled edge counter-tops and top of the line appliances and faucets bring this house to a whole new level. This is a must see charmer!

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Title company 101

The title company plays an important role in a real estate transaction.

Title insurance policy is issued by the title company; this is extremely important because it says that if any liens (claims) show up against the property after closing, the title company will address these claims using their own resources.

The title company also functions as a neutral party to ensure that funds are distributed to all the parties in a transaction (pay off existing liens, pay the seller, etc)

Document preparation and delivery to the State Recorder’s office, in order for the property ownership change to be recognized.