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Trustee’s terms of payment at Missouri Foreclosure sales: All sales will be to the highest bidder for cash. Payment of 10% of the successful bid is required to be paid immediately after the sale as earnest funds with the balance forwarded via wire transfer to the Trustee by the end of business (5:00 p.m.) same day of the sale. Failure to comply with these terms will result in the earnest funds being forfeited as liquid damages. The property will then be offered to the next highest bidder at their bid amount until the property is sold.
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