Bidding is Per Acre. You may bid at any time on an individual lot or both combined. The "Request Bid" will tell you have much to bid in order to be in winning position when you select a single lot or both.
Johnson/Dean Farmland Auction - Cross County, AR
Bidding is now open on 226.67+/- acres in Cross County Arkansas. The farm has a total of 215.15 FSA Cropland acres and is located about five miles northeast of Fair Oaks and lies about ½ mile west of the L’Anguille River. County Road 156 and 1630 adjoin the property and are well maintained public gravel roads. The farm has a history of rice and soybeans and well suited to improve with land leveling. This farm has duck hunting history and can be hunted in the fields and the slough located on the northern part of the property.
Lot 1 is 106.67+/- acres and includes 102.72 FSA Cropland Acres. The northern tract includes part of the slough that has been duck hunted and could be used for surface water. Soils are primarily Henry and Calloway silt loam. This tract is irrigated with a submersible well that transfers with sale.
Lot 2 is 120+/- acres and includes 112.43 FSA Cropland Acres. Soils are primarily Henry and Calloway silt loam. This tract is irrigated with a submersible well that transfers with sale. This tract also includes great spot that could be used as a building or camp site.
The online auction will allow bidders to bid on one or both tracts combined. To bid you must first create an account and then register for the auction. Approval of registration will be based on the terms and conditions of the auction below. The closing of the bidding begins at 5:00PM on November 16th. The ending clock will be reset to two minutes each time a bid is made within the last two minutes.
Method of Sale: Glaub Farm Management, LLC (GFM) (Ted Glaub - Arkansas Real Estate License #PB00039905 & Arkansas Auctioneer License #1266) will offer this property for public auction online-only now and until Tuesday, November 16, 2021. At 5:00PM CST, the property will begin to close with a two minute ending time reset each to a bid is made within the last two minutes. The property will be offered as one total unit, in tracts, or in combinations. Each bid shall constitute an offer to purchase, and the final bid, if accepted by the Seller(s), shall constitute a binding contract between the Buyer(s) and the Seller(s). The auctioneer will settle any disputes as to bids and his decision will be final.
Acreage: The acreages listed in this brochure are estimates taken from the county assessor’s records, survey, and/or FSA records.
Survey: The Seller(s) reserve the right to determine the need for and type of survey provided. If an existing legal description is adequate for title insurance for a tract or tracts, no new survey will be completed. If the existing legal description is not sufficient to obtain title insurance, or if this property sells in multiple tracts requiring new legal descriptions, a survey will be completed, the cost of which will be shared 50/50 by the Seller(s) and the Buyer(s). The Seller(s) will choose the type of survey to be completed and warrants that it will be sufficient to provide an owner’s title insurance policy for the tract(s). The price per acre will be the auction bid price for the tract, multiplied by the tract acreage estimated in the auction brochure.
Approval of Bids: The Seller(s) reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids. All successful bidders must enter into a separate written purchase agreement the day of the auction, immediately following the conclusion of the bidding. Lot 1 has two separate owners. The successful bidder on Lot 1 will enter two contracts that will sum to the total winning bid amount.
Down Payment: 10% of the final purchase price is due by 4:00 PM CST on the following day of the auction with the balance due at closing. The down payment must be in the form of personal or company check accompanied with a bank letter guaranteeing minimum funds available to write a non-refundable bid deposit, cashier’s check, or wire. YOUR BIDDING IS NOT CONTINGENT UPON FINANCING. BE SURE YOU HAVE FINANCING ARRANGED, IF NECESSARY, AND ARE CAPABLE OF PAYING CASH AT CLOSING.
Deed: The Seller(s) will provide a General Warranty Deed or similar deed at closing.
Evidence of Title: The Seller(s) will provide an Owner’s Title Insurance Policy to the Buyer(s). The Buyer is responsible for a Lender’s Policy, if needed. If the title is not marketable, then the purchase agreement(s) are null and void prior to the closing, and the Broker will return the Buyer’s down payment.
Easements: The sale of this property is subject to any and all easements of record.
Closing: The closing shall be on or before Thursday, December 16, 2021. The Seller(s) have the choice to extend this date if necessary until the end of year.
Possession: Possession will be delivered at closing subject to a 2021 lease expiring January 30, 2021.
Mineral Rights: Any mineral rights owned by the Seller(s) will be conveyed to the Buyer(s).
Real Estate Taxes: The Seller(s) will pay the real estate and personal property taxes due and payable for calendar year 2021 at closing or by credit to Buyer. The Buyer(s) will also be responsible for real estate and personal property taxes in 2022 and thereafter.
Property Inspections: Each potential Bidder is responsible for conducting, at their own risk, their own independent inspections, investigation, inquiries and due diligence concerning the property. Further, Seller(s) disclaim any and all responsibility for bidder’s safety during any physical inspections of the property. No party shall be deemed to be invited to the property by GFM or the Seller(s) without GFM present.
Agency: Glaub Farm Management, LLC, Ted Glaub (Broker/Auctioneer) and their representatives, are exclusive agents of the Seller(s).
Online Bidder Registration: In order to bid online you must register for the auction online 24 hours prior to the auction at bid.glaubfm.com and be approved by GFM. Contact GFM if you have issues registering or questions regarding online bidding.
Technical Issues: In the event there are technical difficulties related to the server, software, internet or any other online auction-related technologies, Glaub Farm Management reserves the right to extend bidding, continue the bidding, or close the bidding. Neither the company providing the software, nor Glaub Farm Management shall be held responsible for a missed bid or the failure of the software to function properly for any reason.
Disclosure: Buyer has been informed that the Property, including without limitation garages, tool sheds, other outbuildings, fences, signs and mechanical equipment on the Property that were constructed prior to 1978, if any, may contain lead-based paint.
Disclaimer: All information contained in this brochure and all related materials are subject to the Terms and Conditions contained in the purchase agreement. No liability for the accuracy, errors or omissions of the information contained in this brochure and all related marketing materials is assumed by the Seller(s) or GFM. All sketches and dimensions in this brochure are approximate. ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE BY GFM, LEGAL COUNSEL, AND/OR THEIR AUCTIONEER AT THE AUCTION DURING THE TIME OF THE SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PREVIOUSLY PRINTED MATERIALS OR ANY OTHER ORAL STATEMENTS MADE. The property is being sold on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis, and no warranty or representation, either express or implied, concerning the property is made by the Seller(s) or GFM. Except for any express warranties set forth in the purchase agreement and sale documents, Buyer(s) accepts the property “AS IS,” and Buyer(s) assumes all risks thereof and acknowledges that in consideration of the other provisions contained in the sale documents, Seller(s) and GFM make no warranty or representation, express or implied or arising by operation of law, including any warranty for merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose of the property, or any part thereof, and in no event shall the Seller(s) or GFM be liable for any damages of any kind, including but not limited to nominal, compensatory, general, special or punitive damages. Conduction of the auction and increments of bidding are at the direction and discretion of GFM and/or the auctioneer. The Seller(s) and GFM reserve the right to preclude any person from bidding if there is any question as to the person’s credentials, fitness, etc. All decisions of GFM, and/or the auctioneer are final.