Land Bank Authority

Alger County Land Bank Authority

At this time the ALGER COUNTY LAND BANK AUTHORITY has one (1) parcel for sale.                                                       

Parcel # 005-401-027-00 is located in Mathias Township.  It's physical address is 1091 First Avenue, Trenary, MI  49891, and the legal description is as follows:  SUPERVISORS ADD TO TOWN OF TRENARY LOT 27, BLK 1.

                 Buyer would also be responsible for 2019 Summer & Winter Tax bill

     *This parcel is vacant land and the dimensions are 50 feet X 150 feet.
     *Parcel is sold "AS IS".
     *Payment must be made within 7 days of acceptance notification to the Alger County Land Bank.
     *Property conveyed by Quit Claim Deed by the Alger County Land Bank.
     *No Tresspassing on this parcel.

Those who would like to submit an offer may do so in writing.  Regular mail, FAX, and email are all acceptable.

Alger County Land Bank
C/O Alger County Treasurer
101 Court St.
Munising, MI  49862
FAX (906) 387-7047

All offers will be discussed at the next Land Bank meeting which will be held on Wednesday August 14th, 2019 at 1:00 EST.  The Alger County Land Bank has the right to refuse any and all offers.
For questions,  or further information, please inquire at the ALGER COUNTY TREASURER’s office at  906-387-4535.

Mission Statement

1) The mission of the Alger County Land Bank Authority is to support the land use plans, priorities and development needs of its local units of government.

2) The mission of the Alger County Land Bank Authority is to utilize tax-reverted properties, acquired properties, and other resources for quality housing and diverse economic development opportunities through collaboration with local governmental units, developers, employers and community organizations.

3) The Alger County Land Bank Authority, in transparent collaboration with partners and localities, serves to create partnerships with local stakeholders to acquire, develop, and dispose of abandoned, vacant and environmentally contaminated property in an effort to eliminate blight, encourage development, and create employment opportunities.

4) The Alger County Land Bank Authority will redevelop tax-reverted and acquired properties through partnerships with local government in an open, respectful and equitable process, thereby increasing housing opportunities, stabilizing the tax base and enhancing economic activities that create viable, livable and marketable places.