14251 School Street, Collins

Property Location: 
14251 School Street
Collins , NY
County: 
Erie
Auction Date: 
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Minimum Bid: 
$28,000
Front View of 14251 School Street, Collins, NY

 

14251 School Street in the Town of Collins is a 10,872-square-foot, two-story brick and frame building on a 3.03-acre lot. The property, built circa 1920, is a former school building with a gymnasium, classrooms, administrative offices, paved parking lot, and outdoor pavilion. The building is considered to be in fair condition with some roof leaks, structural issues with floor joists, and an inoperable boiler.  

Property Details
Property Location:
14251 School Street
Collins , NY
Region: Western New York
Property Ownership: The property is currently owned by the State of New York, by Deed dated 9/10/1986, LIBER 9619 PAGE 622.
Tax Map ID: Erie County 343.11-2-21
Lot Size: 3.03± Acres
Taxes:

State-owned property is exempt from taxes. Prospective buyers should contact the local assessor.

Assessor
Jeanne Ebersoll
P.O. Box 420
Collins, NY 14034
(716) 532-4874

Zoning: Residential
Historic Details: To be determined.
Utilities: Public water, electric, gas, telephone, private septic
Easements: Typical road and utility.
Environmental: To be determined.

Open Houses

  • Thursday, July 12, 2018 - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Friday, July 27, 2018 - 9:00 am to 11:00 am
  • Thursday, August 2, 2018 - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Auction Date & Time: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - 12:00 pm
Registration Begins: 11:30 am
Auction Location:
Collins Town Hall
14093 Mill Street
Collins , NY
Please note: The auction is NOT located at the property.
Minimum Bid: $28,000
Deposit Required at Registration: $2,800
Terms: A deposit of $2,800 in the form of a certified check or bank draft (made payable to yourself) must be presented to register. The successful bidder will be required to endorse the deposit check to the “Commissioner of General Services.” If applicable, an additional nonrefundable amount will be required, which, together with the initial deposit, shall equal 10 percent of the successful bid. Said amount is to be paid no later than ten business days after notification of acceptance of bid. The balance of the purchase price is due 90 days after notification of acceptance of bid.
Broker Commission: A five percent broker commission will be paid by the State of New York to a qualified real estate broker who represents the successful bidder at the time of closing. The Bidder-Purchaser Affidavit and Broker Affidavit must be submitted to OGS Legal Services by 4:00 p.m. Friday, August 10, 2018.
Special Requirements: Special Requirements: Anyone acting as a representative of another person or corporation must verify such capacity in writing. The Authorization to Bid must be submitted to OGS Legal Services by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 10, 2018.
OGS Land Management Contacts

The following persons from the OGS Bureau of Land Management may be contacted to help answer your questions and provide you with more information on this property. Email: land.management@ogs.ny.gov Phone: 518.474.2195

Laura Graham
Robert VanDeloo
Michele Cwiakala
Bethany Wieczorek
Bruce Davis
Daniel Quinlan
Ralph Hill

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the best place to find out about upcoming auctions?
A: 1. Visit www.nysstore.com 2. Sign-up for Email Notifications 3. Follow the Office of General Services on Facebook @NewYorkStateOGS and Twitter @NYS_OGS
Q: When is the successful bidder required to submit their deposit and balance?
A: The successful bidder must endorse the deposit check (10% of the minimum bid) to the "Commissioner of General Services." If applicable, an additional nonrefundable amount will be required which, together with the initial deposit, equals ten percent of the successful bid price. That amount is to be paid no later than 10 business days after notification of bid acceptance. The balance of the purchase price is due 90 days after notification of bid acceptance.
Q: What is required to participate in an auction?
A: All bidders are required to bring a deposit check for 10% of the minimum bid in certified check or bank draft only, drawn on a bank or other financial institution authorized to do business in the State of New York, and made payable to themselves. The high bidder will endorse the deposit check to the "Commissioner of General Services." If applicable, an additional nonrefundable amount will be required, which, together with the initial deposit, equals ten percent of the successful bid price. That amount is to be paid no later than 10 business days after notification of bid acceptance. The balance of the purchase price is due and payable 90 days after approval of the Contract of Sale by the Office of the State Comptroller.   
Q: Is the property available to tour before the auction?
A: Depending on the property, open house dates may be scheduled. If no dates are listed, the property may be available for self-inspection or a scheduled tour. All information regarding open houses, self-inspections or scheduled tours can be found in the “Open House” section.
Q: Does New York State provide financing for these properties?
A: No, New York State does not provide financing for buyers. If you are interested in bidding on a property, prospective bidders are encouraged to contact a financial institution prior to the auction to obtain pre-contract credit clearance and borrowing guidelines. The property is being sold "as is."
Q: What are the requirements and terms if a broker is used?
A: See the Notice of Sale, in the "Legal Documents" section for each auction, as special terms and broker commissions may apply.