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Disney Area Hotel to be Sold at Auction by Tranzon Driggers

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Kissimmee, FL. March 15, 2017 - Tranzon Driggers announces their upcoming bankruptcy auction of a Disney Area Hotel in Osceola County, FL (Case # 8:16-bk-07190-MGW Tampa Div). Due to its prime location in an intensive tourist district, the property is rare to the market resting on 1.9± acres just four miles from Disney, seven miles from SeaWorld and twenty miles to Orlando International Airport. The hotel features 89 total rooms – 12 suites, 64 doubles and 13 kings.

The live auction is scheduled for Wednesday, March 29th at 3:30 pm and will be conducted at US Bankruptcy Court, 801 N Florida Ave., Tampa, FL 33602.

For details about the auction, visit www.tranzon.com/DG956 or call (877) 374-4437.

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Tranzon Driggers is a member company of Tranzon, LLC. Tranzon is one of the largest real estate auction companies in the country, with 30 offices coast-to-coast. Tranzon’s accomplished auction professionals are widely recognized as leaders in the auction industry. All Tranzon companies are independently owned and operated.

Contact:
Walter Driggers III, CAI, AARE
(877) 374-4437
wdriggers@tranzon.com

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