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Legal Notice "Bedford Heights Lots FOR SALE" ORC 721.28
Purchase information for lots and vacant land in Bedford Heights
Purchaser must build a single-family residential home on the land within one year of the purchase date of the property. (Extensions MAY be granted on a case by case basis).
- The property built must be single family
- Home must be a minimum of 1,600 sf.
- Blueprints and drawings must be presented to the City's "Architectural Board of Review"
- A Zoning Board review may be applicable
- Earnest money of not less than $1,000 is required (balance of the selling price to be paid at closing)
- Any written contract submitted to the City will be reviewed by the City's Attorney
- All required public sewer and public water tie-ins take place at the street
- This land is currently owned by the City of Bedford Heights
5525 Columbia Drive ($15,000) - PPN 791-28-133
24073 Rockside Road ($15,000) - PPN 791-23-080
24091 Rockside Road ($15,000) - PPN 791-23-081 & 082
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Foreclosure Prevention Information
A foreclosure occurs when a property owner cannot make principal and/or interest payments on his/her loan, typically leading to the property being seized and sold.
Ohio performs its foreclosures judicially. Specifically the County Court of Common Pleas have jurisdiction for the filing of a foreclosure complaint. There are eleven (11) separate steps to the foreclosure process in Ohio.
- Breach letter;
- Complaint to foreclose;
- Title Report
- Judgment Decree
- Praecipe ( order of sale)
- Appraisal by three disinterested freeholders
- Newspaper Publication
- Foreclosure Sale
- Motion to Confirm the Sale
- Confirmation Hearing
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