2 Baths   1,122 Sq. Ft.   Single-Family

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N 400 E,
Richfield, UT 84701

Status: Inactive
Listing ID: 54720881

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Property Information

  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Living Area Size: 1,122
  • Lot Size: 0.21 acres
  • Year Built: 1948
  • Source ID: 308318855
  • Days On Site: 292
  • Subdivision: RICHFIELD CITY SURV
  • Parcel Number: 1-39-38
  • Property Type: Single Family Dwelling
  • Recording Date: 12-16-2019
  • Plaintiff: Bank Of New York Mellon Trust Company Na As Trustee
  • Document Book: 367
  • Document Page: 635
  • Trustee Address: 3269 S Main St
  • Trustee City: Salt Lake City
  • Trustee State: UT
  • Trustee Zip: 84115
  • Trustee Phone: (801) 263-3400
  • Deed Category: NOD
  • Document Number: 00412657

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  • Land Area Sqft: 9,148
  • APN: 1-39-38
  • Property Type: Single Family Residence
  • Subdivision: RICHFIELD CITY SURV


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    Property Classification

  • Classification Id: Notice of Default
  • Classification Desc: Considered the first phase of the foreclosure process, a homeowner will receive this notice if he or she misses one or more mortgage payments in states that follow non-judicial foreclosure actions. This represents a great opportunity to purchase a home at a significantly reduced price before it is repossessed by a lender.

    Loan Information

  • 1st Mortgage Date: 12-18-1998

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N 400 E
Richfield, UT 84701

2 Baths   1,122 sq. ft.   Single-Family


Status: Inactive Listing ID: 54720881

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