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Foreclosure sales of Riverside Village properties in North Augusta set for Monday

Foreclosure sale at Aiken County Courthouse

The sale of seven tracts of land in Riverside Village was postponed during a foreclosure court proceeding today. (Samantha Winn/ Staff). 

Seven pieces of property in North Augusta’s Riverside Village are back on the block for August foreclosure auction.

The land was supposed to be sold to the highest bidder during the July 6 sale at the Aiken County Courthouse. Attorneys representing the plaintiffs and defendants requested the sale be postponed. The judge allowed the motion.

According to the Aiken County Master in Equity, the property judgment amount is $3,062,608.63.

If a deal is made with First Community Bank and Greenstone, the defendants in this case, their original development plans with the properties in Riverside Village still stand, city administrator Jim Clifford said last month.

The foreclosure sale is scheduled to be held at the Aiken County Judicial Center at 109 Park Ave. at 11 a.m. on Monday. The seven tracts of land will be sold to the highest cash bidder and a deposit will be required.

Samantha Winn covers the city of North Augusta, with a focus on government and community oriented business. Follow her on Twitter: @samanthamwinn and on Facebook and Instagram: @swinnnews

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