A bid will NOT be accepted if the bidder or the designated purchaser by the bidder….
• owes delinquent taxes on other property in the county
• owes an unpaid fine or fee to the municipality and/or county where the property is located.
• owns other property in the municipality/county that is subject to existing penalties for codes enforcement.
• A bid may be denied if the amount of the bid is deemed an insufficient dollar amount.
• A bid may also be denied if the information submitted does not properly identify the bidder or purchaser.
The participating governmental entities reserve the right to reject or accept any and/or all bids for any reason.
HOW MUCH CAN I BID?
You can bid as little or as much as you would like. The current value is listed for your information, but that is NOT a “minimum” bid. You can bid an amount you feel the property is worth to you. Just be prepared to pay that figure should your bid be accepted!
Please satisfy yourself as to the validity of the legal description, the physical address, actual boundaries, and any easements or covenants tied to the property. The local appraisal district has maps and plats, in addition to legal descriptions and physical location information which is open to the public. The county clerk’s office has all deed information, and again, these records are open to the public. You may also want to seek legal counsel on your behalf, if you so choose.
The property you purchase is sold “as is, where is, and without warranty, express or implied, as to the condition of the property, title, or use to which the property may be put and restricted to the property described in the legal description obtained by the entities through foreclosure.”
Should you have any questions, or are ready to bid, please submit your by clicking on this button.
Enter your name, email, property number in the “subject” line, and your bid amount in the message. Thanks!