|GPS Coordinates||35.142, -110.3594|
|Google Map Link||https://goo.gl/maps/kadjWE6u8YYNhMd5A|
AZ, Navajo, 9.94 Acres, 011B
This Land is Out of stock
10-acre property off North Porter Road outside of Holbrook. Here you will be able to engage in activities ranging from hunting to hiking to horseback riding. Hunters and wildlife photographers will be thrilled with the number of elk, antelope, and mule deer in the area. Take action today and own a piece of property in Arizona.
The property is located 12 miles north if I-40. The property has legal access and is zoned Residential & Agricultural, so you have many options for development. NO HOA
Easily stock up on supplies roughly in the town of Holbrook, Arizona, which contains numerous stores, restaurants, hotels, schools, a post office and UPS, police and fire stations, and I-40 / Historic Route 66.
Make deposit now to secure the property. All property is on a first come first serve basis. Any additional funds for the down payment are due in 10 days
This Land is already Sold Out!
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|Cash Discount||30 %|
|Minimum Down Payment||$1700|
Navajo County is located in the northern part of the U.S. state of Arizona and is one of the ten largest counties in Arizona. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 9,960 square miles, of which 9,950 square miles is land and 9.3 square miles is water. As of 2017, Navajo County, AZ had a population of 108k people with a median age of 35.9. Almost 66 percent of Navajo County’s 9,949 square miles is Indian reservation land (the third most of any county in the United States). Individual and corporate ownership accounts for 18 percent; the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Land Management together control 9 percent; and the state of Arizona owns 5.9 percent. Navajo County offers not only the Monument Valley, but Keams Canyon, part of the Petrified Forest National Park, and one of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in North America. The county also features areas like the Painted Desert; a desert canyon that stretches 7,500 square miles and features thousands of fossilized dunes, scenic horizons, and challenging hiking trails. The economy of Navajo County, AZ employs 33,200 people. The largest industries in Navajo County, AZ are Health Care & Social Assistance (5,316 people), Retail Trade (4,470 people), and Educational Services (4,020 people). Navajo County’s principal industries are tourism, coal mining, manufacturing, timber production and ranching. Crops like wheat and hay are the main focus of farms located in Navajo County.
We believe in our Land so much that, when you buy, we are willing to offer a 30-day guarantee* with no questions asked. If you are not happy with your investment for any reason, simply give us a call and we will refund your money or move you into a different property of your choice. We would rather keep you as a friend and potential client than lose you over something you are not satisfied with. We offer 365-day property exchange guarantee*, in the first 365 days If you are not happy with your investment for any reason, simply give us a call and we will exchange monies paid* for another property of your choice.
All of our contracts also have a 10 day due diligence period where if for any reason you don’t want the property you will be refunded all monies paid for toward that property with no fees.
*What you paid for the property excluding any fees (e.g. closing costs, document fees, finance fees, taxes, etc.).
Questions and answers of the customers
Can an RV be a permanent structure on this property
Q Can an RV be a permanent structure on this property answer nowA Per Navajo County, you can apply for a Special Use Permit to live in your RV. You can call the county as well to verify for your exact needs.