Lost Lake Ranches
NM013 - Sunshine Valley Ranchettes, Luna County, New Mexico
Here is a great opportunity to own investment property in scenic southwestern New Mexico. In Luna County, this property represents an excellent short or long term investment in an area primed for future growth.
Property values in New Mexico have soared in recent years as retirees enticed by the hospitable climate and relaxed low-key lifestyle moved in. The potential for growth has already been demonstrated in nearby Las Cruces (100 km or 60 miles away) and El Paso (160 km or 100 miles away). As property values in these areas continue to increase, Luna County has excellent potential for future growth. Most of the land in Luna County is owned by federal or state governments with only a small percentage available for private ownership.
The quality of life in Lum=na County is characterized by a friendly small-town environment, a low crime rate, and a hospitable climate that provides over 340 days of sunshine per year. Summers are milder here than in Phoenix or El Paso because of its elevation and there are breath-taking views in all directions. The land is level and covered in native grasses.
Note that there is a $100.00 administration fee (to cover deed registration and transfer costs) added to the prices quoted above.
All prices quoted are in US dollars.
This asset is listed and sold on an "AS IS AND WHERE IS" condition as of the date of sale. All information is believed to be accurate; prospective buyers are required to conduct their own research and/or due diligence of this asset prior to making a bid. Prospective purchasers are urged to examine and research all properties prior to making an offer. We make no guarantee expressed or implied as to the location, condition, accessibility, terrain, build ability or information contained in this listing. We have not visited this property and the information contained herein was obtained from the former owners. We cannot vouch for its accuracy.
For more information or to purchase this property, send an email to docATyoursecrethideout.com with property number, price and your name, address and telephone number (as you want it to appear on your deed). Note that if you are married, you must include your spouse's name on the deed or send us a signed and notarized quit claim from your spouse. This is required in many states.
Once we have received your email, we will send you an invoice with instructions on how to pay. Once we receive payment, we will send you a copy of the warranty deed and send the original to the relevant county for registration. The county will send you the original registered deed as soon as they have recorded it.