You will need to create an account and provide a $1000 pre-authorization on a major credit card in order to bid. This pre-authorization is not a charge, but rather a hold which serves as a deposit and will only be collected against if you fail to pay for property that you win.
Starting 30 days before the stated auction date, you can begin placing bids. These bids can be modified up to the stated start time for the auction.
Auctions will open at 10:00 a.m. on the scheduled date. Once the auction is open, bidders can see the current high bids for each lot. Bidders can place new bids or increase existing bids but cannot delete their bids once the auction opens. Bidding will close at 7:00 p.m. on the scheduled date and each lot will be awarded to the high bidder.
Winning bidders will receive an email shortly after bidding closes with additional information about payment and necessary paperwork.
Winning Bid Amount + 10% of Winning Bid Amount (Buyer’s Premium) + Current Taxes (this year's Summer Taxes) + Deed Recording Fee ($30.00) = Grand Total
Winning online bidders have 5 business days after the sale ends to submit payment and notarized paperwork to our office.
Payments can be made by wire transfer, certified (cashier's) check, or online via credit/debit card (with additional 2.75% processing fee).