Tax Deed Property Auctions – Montgomery County, Arkansas
Tax Deed Property Auction in Montgomery County, Arkansas.
What is a Tax Deed Property?
Every year, the State of Arkansas conducts “Tax Deed” auctions of properties that are delinquent on real estate taxes. When property owners fall behind in paying property taxes on their land in Arkansas, the land (and house, if applicable) will be forfeited to the state and eventually auctioned off, or otherwise sold, to the public.
When is the Auction?
The Commissioner of State Lands (COSL) is scheduled to hold an auction for tax delinquent properties in Montgomery County, Arkansas on August 31, 2016 at 2:00PM.
Where is the Auction?
This tax deed auction is scheduled to be held at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Courtroom, 105, HWY 270 East.
Please use the map below, to find directions to the Montgomery County Courthouse:
Please confirm the date, time, and location of all auctions with the Commissioner of State Lands.
To view the parcels available for sale at this auction, visit the Commissioner of State Lands (COSL) website, or click here.
To Confirm and Quiet Title
Establishing a clear title to properties purchased through tax sales is accomplished by filing a Complaint to Confirm and Quiet Title. Please consult an Arkansas Real Estate attorney who has experience in this area to assist you with confirming your title.
If you have purchased tax delinquent (tax deed) property in Arkansas and need legal assistance to confirm your title, please contact Deborah at The Hardin Law Firm, PLC.
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Last updated: August 29, 2016 at 18:17 pm