Auctions for Tax-Foreclosed Properties Scheduled
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Auctions for Tax-Foreclosed Properties Scheduled

WASHINGTON – (RealEstateRama) — More than 270 tax-foreclosed properties in eight Michigan counties will be offered at public auctions between July 31 and Aug. 28, 2017, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

Branch, Clinton, Iosco, Keweenaw, Livingston, Luce, Mecosta and Shiawassee counties have chosen to use the state of Michigan as their foreclosing governmental unit. The residential and commercial properties being auctioned from these counties have been foreclosed due to delinquent property taxes.

Individuals will have the opportunity to bid for parcels online at www.tax-sale.info or in-person at designated sites on the following dates:

July 31, 2017 – Branch County
Aug. 12, 2017 – Mecosta County
Aug. 23, 2017 – Iosco County
Aug. 24, 2017 – Luce County
Aug. 26, 2017 – Keweenaw County
Aug. 28, 2017 – Clinton, Livingston and Shiawassee counties
Potential bidders assume the responsibility to thoroughly research property with the municipality in which the property is located. Auction details are available online at www.tax-sale.info or by calling 1-800-259-7470.

Bidders are encouraged to thoroughly review all of the Auction Rules and Frequently Asked Questions on www.tax-sale.info prior to participating in any state tax foreclosure auctions.

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More than 270 tax-foreclosed properties in eight Michigan counties will be offered at public auctions between July 31 and Aug. 28, 2017, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.

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