I have two signed purchase Agreements, both for five acre properties at $100/acre.
After researching the properties I found that both have no road access. the closest road is about a mile from the properties across us government owned land. The terrain is flat Utah desert land so theoretically one could drive an off road vehicle to the properties.
the real kicker for me is, when I pulled up the APN numbers on the county web site i found recorded “Notice of Noncompliance” from the county on both properties. the notice says;
“…the parcel is a division and/or subdivision of a larger parcel and was not created in compliance with the requirements of the county land and use management and development Code for such divisions. therefore the county cannot verify that the property has services available, is accessible without trespass or issue a building permit for a structure on the property.”
the notice goes on to say that “any further division, subdivision, Sell, Exchange,or transfer of the parcel may be a violation of Utah state Code and County ordinances and punishable as a criminal offense.”
Has any body come across this before and is the property worth pursuing at all. my gut says Hell No, but I thought I would throw it out there and see what the seasoned members have to say about it. I did a little more digging and i t looks like most of the five acre properties in this county have the same recorded notice of non compliance.
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