DNR to sell land left over from auction
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - On Nov. 28, over-the-counter land sales will be opened up by the Alaska Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR).
Owning a piece of Alaska is something sought by many both in and out of state. One way this happens is through Alaska DNR land auctions. Also the state provides more opportunities after those auctions end.
In June, the DNR began land auction no. 495, comprised of over one thousand acres only available to residents. That auction concluded in October. The parcels that did not receive bids may be available for purchase at the end of the month.
There will be other parcels included in the land sale that weren’t part of the auction. All of the parcels that are part of the over-the-counter sale operate on a first come first serve basis. The land for sale is intended for residential and recreational use, but may be appropriate for some commercial uses.
The available parcels will be open for viewing and purchase at 10 a.m. on Nov. 28.
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