Notice is hereby given that specified units will be made available for public sale through an online auction pursuant to A.R.S.§42-18303, et.seq. beginning Monday, September 11, 2023 and ending Friday, September 22, 2023 and can be viewed at www.publicsurplus.com. All sales will be consummated at the time of public auction. This is a sale of real estate within the county held by the state by tax deed.
All properties are sold on an “as-is” basis. To ensure that all potential bidders have access to the same information, submit all questions in the question section within the auction for the property you are interested in, through the Public Surplus website, https://www.publicsurplus.com/. Questions will not be answered on the phone or via email. Units falling to meet applicable zoning regulations may be ineligible for building permits. No warranties or representations are made as to property conditions, including, but not limited to, availability of water, utilities, irrigation, sewers, access, ingress, street or road maintenance, zoning, applicability of subdivision plat, suitability for building, flood plain status, or any other physical characteristic relating to the property. Bidders are responsible for making these determinations. Certain title companies may, at their discretion, refrain from offering title insurance for these units in connection with a re-sale. Potential buyers are advised to consult with their title companies or legal advisers regarding this issue. All Sales Are Final. No Refunds WiIl Be Issued.
Board staff is unable to provide advice or answer questions regarding specific parcels on the list.
A $25 Administrative Fee will be added to the final sale price of each auction for processing and recording deeds. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and/or withdraw any unit if it deems it in the best public interest.
Within 60 days after the sale is complete and all payments received, the Board of Supervisors will execute, record, and deliver to the purchaser a deed conveying the title of the state in and to the purchased property free of all liens (existing easements remain). Back taxes due on the units purchased at auction will be eliminated when the new deed is recorded. Note, however, that current year and future taxes on the unit are the responsibility of the purchaser. Deeds will be Issued only In the name(s) of the successful bidder as indicated on the Bidder/Deed Information Form.
A minimum bid amount has been set by the Board of Supervisors to each unit. Properties not sold at auction will be offered for sale through the Board of Supervisors Office, on an over-the-counter basis, until sold or removed from the listing.