Tax Deed Sales FAQ

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Tax Deed Sales - (561) 355-2962

The Clerk & Comptroller cannot assist in researching properties, nor can we give legal advice. The Clerk sells property pursuant to Florida Statute 197 and cannot guarantee a clear title. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to research the property prior to the sale date.

Tax Deed Sales Are Now Conducted Online

Go to the Online Auction Site

Tax deed sales are conducted online on designated Wednesdays starting at 9:30 a.m. Bidding begins at 8:00 a.m. No sales are conducted on legal holidays. Check the online auction calendar for the exact dates of upcoming sales.

FAQs

  • Tax Deed Sales - 1. General Information

    • What are other useful links to find information about tax deeds?

    • What equipment or software do I need to participate in an online auction?

    • What is a tax deed sale?

    • When and where are tax deed sales conducted?

    • Where can I find general information about tax deed sales?

    • Where can I find out about properties scheduled for tax deed sale?

    • Where can I obtain more information about how to bid in the online auction?

  • Tax Deed Sales - 2. Deposits/Payments

    • What equipment or software do I need to participate in an online auction?

    • What is the required deposit at the time of the sale?

    • When is the full payment due?

  • Tax Deed Sales - 3. Redemptions

    • What form of payment is required for redemption?

    • What is a tax deed redemption?

    • Where do I go for redemption on the date of the tax deed sale?

    • Where do I go for redemption prior to the date of sale?

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