216 W 3rd Avenue City of Nome (Nome, Alaska, US - 99762) Built

Available 08/09/18

Nome Sweet Homes

Melissa Ford Melissa Ford (907) 443-7368 (Office) (907) 304-2871 (Cell) (866) 770-4984 (Fax) Request More Info

  • Price Reduced
  • Type: Residential
  • Style: 2 Storey
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1 " per FHA Appraiser"
  • Size: 1,675 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 4185 sq. ft.
  • Year Built: 1960 "possible LBP"
  • Taxes: $1,300.00 (2017)
  • MLS #: Y736488


FHA Case - 022-015554 - 216 W 3RD AVE - NOME AK 99762

This large 4br/2ba home is located on the outskirts of Anvil City Square on a quiet street. Centrally located, it is walking distance from shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Double pane windows. Home has stamp showing it was part of the AHFC Winterization by RuralCap in 2012.

Finance Terms: Cash, Conventional, FHA 203K

HUD Home. Sold “AS IS” by elec. bid only. Prop avail 08/09/2018

“Bids due on or before Daily (Prop available 08/09/18. Bids Due Daily by 11:59 PM Central Time until Sold)

FHA Case #022-015554. Uninsured. Eligible for FHA 203K. For Prop conditions, Forms, Discl & Avail please visit www.HUDHomestore.com. For additional forms, updates, step-by-step videos & free photo list, please visit www.BLBResources.com.BLB Resources makes no warranty as to condition of property. Buyer to verify all info. (429 characters)

Disclosures: Property is NOT located in a FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area but is located in close proximity to a Special Flood Hazard Area. Please refer to www.floodtools.com for
additional information regarding flood zones and insurance, Has a heating oil storage tank located above grade. Any required system repairs will be the buyer's expense, Repairs
exceed $10,000. Repairs may include but not limited to structure, electrical, roof, HVAC, and plumbing; Inspection recommended, Needed Repairs: Replace all interior flooring. Install
shower enclosure and sink handles. Repair damaged kitchen walls, cabinets, and range oven. Replace missing appliances. Repair damaged interior walls and ceilings. Repair damaged
light fixtures, switches and outlets. Replace damaged front door lock and frame. Replace damaged exterior deck boards. Replace rusted fuel tank. Roof repairs needed, inspection
recommended. Leveling of structure needed. , Section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. §7410, requires state and local air pollution control agencies to adopt federally approved
control strategies to minimize air pollution. The resulting body of regulations is known as a State Implementation Plan (SIP). SIPs generally establish limits or work practice standards to
minimize emissions of the criteria air pollutants or their precursors. The criteria air pollutants are those for which EPA has established national ambient air quality standards to protect
public health: sulfur dioxide, particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, lead (Pb), carbon monoxide, and ozone. Under the SIP, solid fuel (wood burning) appliances may be subject to state or
local regulations requiring removal or meeting current emission standards. Buyer to verify all info and ensure compliance as appropriate. Commission: Listing Broker 3% of purchase
price, Selling Broker up to 3% of purchase price, Misc.: UI-Eligible for 203K Financing.
Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.