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Property Tax Sales (Original Format)

Linebarger makes every effort to work with delinquent taxpayers to avoid litigation and foreclosure proceedings. Unfortunately, no matter the effort made, sometimes we are forced to pursue such a course in order to protect the interests of our clients and to assure that everyone who can pay their taxes does so. It is only fair to the vast majority of Americans who pay their taxes on time and as required by law. It sends an unmistakable message to the public at large that ignoring their financial obligations to our clients is not a viable option.

Each month, Linebarger posts its tax sale property listings here for the benefit of potential purchasers. For more information on buying a tax sale property, to search the current property listings or to review our answers to frequently asked questions regarding how it all works, click the links below.

Please note that on February 10, 2018, the links to the Property Tax Sales (Original) page will no longer be available. Click here to access the new Property Tax Sales page.

You may sign up as an interested buyer and receive notification emails on the new Property Tax Sales website. To learn more about our Interested Buyer Notification Program, please click here.

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The photograph(s) and addresses of properties scheduled for tax foreclosure sale are provided solely for the convenience of prospective bidders in deciding which property(s) the bidder may want to further research prior to actual purchase. Care has been taken to ensure that the addresses given and photographs displayed herein accurately identify and depict the actual property being sold. However, bidders are encouraged to perform their own due diligence prior to bidding on any property by verifying for themselves the actual condition of the property and that the photograph(s) shown and/or address(s) listed of property on which they intend to bid is, in fact, that property being sold at foreclosure sale. There is no warranty, guarantee, promise, or other representation made by the taxing units or by their officials and employees, or by the firm of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP, with respect to the condition of the property or the accuracy of the photographic depiction or address given of any property offered for sale. It is the legal description of the property appearing in the underlying foreclosure judgment and order of sale which controls the identification of what property is being sold.