Land Bank Authority

Alger County Land Bank Authority
Parcels4Sale

The ALGER COUNTY LAND BANK AUTHORITY has the following three (3) parcels for sale in Alger County:

1) 005-401-027-00
Mathias Township
Supervisors Addition to Town of Trenary, Lot 27, Block 1
First Avenue, Trenary, MI
SEV: $14,000.00
50’ x 150’ parcel in Trenary with an older home in need of repairs.
PRICE: $14,500.00
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2) 048-127-012-10
Rock River Township
Village of Chatham
T46N R21W SEC27
5328 Rock River Rd., Chatham, MI 49818
SEV: 22,900.00
1.02 acres
PRICE: $18,376.21
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Parcels are sold "AS IS".
Property conveyed by Quit Claim Deed from Alger County Land Bank.
Title Insurance to be provided by Buyer if so desired.
NO TRESPASSING UPON THESE PARCELS.
For questions or for further information, please inquire at the ALGER COUNTY TREASURER’s office at 906-387-4535.


Mission Statement

1) The mission of the Alger County Land Bank Authority is to support the land use plans, priorities and development needs of its local units of government.

2) The mission of the Alger County Land Bank Authority is to utilize tax-reverted properties, acquired properties, and other resources for quality housing and diverse economic development opportunities through collaboration with local governmental units, developers, employers and community organizations.

3) The Alger County Land Bank Authority, in transparent collaboration with partners and localities, serves to create partnerships with local stakeholders to acquire, develop, and dispose of abandoned, vacant and environmentally contaminated property in an effort to eliminate blight, encourage development, and create employment opportunities.

4) The Alger County Land Bank Authority will redevelop tax-reverted and acquired properties through partnerships with local government in an open, respectful and equitable process, thereby increasing housing opportunities, stabilizing the tax base and enhancing economic activities that create viable, livable and marketable places.