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|Bid period ended||Disclosed on Feb 14, 2019|
|Traffic access on report(japanese)||ＪＲ大湊線「下北」駅 北方 約１７．３ｋｍ（道路距離）|
|Registered category||Residential land||Actual category||-|
|Registered area||200.61m2||Actual area||-|
|Zoning||Residential Class II||Usage||-|
|Building to land ratio||60%||Floor area ratio||200%|
|Registered structure||WoodenZinc-coated steel sheetroofedOne-story||Actual||-|
|Registered floor area||131.04m2||Actual||-|
|Gross yield||96%以上||Base bid price||1,072,000yen|
|Lease demand||0 / 25pt||Minimum bid price||857,600yen|
|Ratio of years passed
to depreciable years
|118%||Earnest money deposit||214,400yen|
|Year/ month built||1992/10（26 years old）|
|Court||Aomori District Court (Main)||Start of viewing||Feb 14, 2019|
|Sale type||Special sale (2 times)||Special sale||Feb 14, 2019 ～ Feb 15, 2019|
Property price for assets not on court auctions does not include miscellaneous purchase expenses of about 7.5%.
Thus buying the asset at 1072000yen in court auction is the same as buying the asset out of court auction at 1000000yen（excluding misc. expenses）.
In foreclosed properties, expenses for purchasing differ from ordniary purchase. Generally, however, it takes about 30%, depending on location and asset, in intermediary margins. Court auction is the sole market in which general public can eliminiate this margin.
For the same money, one can acquire better quality in foreclosed properties: auction concierges of 981.jp provide useful assistance.
*Above figures are based on base bid prices. For actual total costs, see 「bid simulation」.