State of Michigan to auction Tax-foreclosed properties


WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 13, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — More than 600 properties, in five Lower Michigan counties, three Northern Michigan and four Upper Peninsula counties, will be auctioned off during State of Michigan Tax-Foreclosed, Real Property Auctions on August 12th and 13th. Registration for interested bidders will begin at 9:00 a.m., each day, with auctions scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m.

300 parcels, located in Dickinson, Iosco, Iron, Kalkaska, Keweenaw, Luce, and Mecosta Counties, will go to auction on Wednesday, August 12th, at the Ramada Inn Grayling, located at 2650 Business Loop South I-75, in Grayling.

More than 300 properties, located in Branch, Clinton, Eaton, Livingston, and Shiawassee Counties, will go to auction on Thursday, August 13th, at the Ramada Lansing Hotel & Conference Center, located at 7501 W. Saginaw Highway, in Lansing.

Properties being auctioned have been foreclosed due to delinquent property taxes. Parcels may be vacant residential or commercial lots, or may have occupied or abandoned structures on them. Potential bidders assume the responsibility to thoroughly research property with the municipality in which the property is located.

Recent statutory changes have resulted in significant revisions to the auction Rules and Regulations. Individuals should be certain to thoroughly review all of the auction information posted at, prior to participating in any state foreclosure auctions.

Contact: Terry Stanton, Subscribe to Treasury Press Releases 517-335-2167


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