There is no set schedule for sales.
Sales are not always conducted at the same place due to stipulations of the law. Each Notice of Sale will clearly identify the location, date and time for that specific sale.
NO. Cancellations will be posted on the website as soon as possible, but you should call the Sheriff's Office Civil Department approximately ONE (1) HOUR prior to sale to make sure that the auction has not been cancelled. The Sheriff's Office does not send personnel to the sale location to notify potential bidders that a sale has been cancelled.
Most often it is because someone has paid the debt which incurred the property seizure and the property has been released to it's owner.
Yes. We do accept personal checks, but they are subject to funds verification prior to a certificate of sale being issued to the purchaser.
Registration with photo identification is required to make sure that we have accurate information on file in case there is some problem at the conclusion of a sale that needs to be resolved at later time.
Every effort is made to identify and notify any and all lien holders of property that is seized for sale. This information is given in the item description and announced prior to sale. The Sheriff will give possession but does not guarantee clear title nor continued possessory right to the purchaser. Purchaser will be subject to all liens, sales tax and any other encumbrances. The Sheriff, by certificate of sale will transfer the right, title and interest of the tax payer in and to the property at the time of levy.